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Not only does British Columbia boast incredible fishing, we also have a beautiful background in which to cast our lines. Here is only a sample of what British Columbia has to offer.
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To say the White Sturgeon is a unique fish is an understatement. These fish are modern day dinosaurs, relics from the past having been around for at least 100 million years.
Steelhead are considered to be the most elusive of the species, challenging even the most experienced anglers abilities, knowledge and experience.
Sockeye Salmon will return each year to the river in the millions displaying their unpredictable movements, super-fast line-peeling runs and acrobatic displays.
The Rainbow Trout gets its name from the rainbow hue down its sides. These aggressive and feisty fish will guarantee an exciting days fishing as you walk the river dropping a fly in each pool.
Although the Pink salmon is famous for their ability to shake, roll and spit the hook, the sheer numbers will ensure you are into the next fish only as long as it takes you to get your line back into the water.
The Bull Trout / Dolly Varden are an excellent sport fish and are extremely aggressive. This is a definite favorite among anglers and consider this a have to on the “must do list.”
The Chum Salmon fishery has become very popular with fly anglers and if you hook into one of these fish gets ready for a fight unparalleled to any you have experienced.
Coho Salmon is a favorite for its aggressive behavior and intense fights. This acrobatic species on single hand rods seems to be the ultimate experience, keeping any angler coming back for more.
The Chinook Salmon is the king of them all, and they don’t call them kings for nothing. They’re big, they’re strong, and they’ll bust your tackle if you’re under-equipped.
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