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Bites-On Salmon Charters

Starting our 21st year of guided salmon fishing adventures from downtown Vancouver. From the single angler to large groups of 100 or more, we can provide an unforgettable ocean adventure. You really haven't seen Vancouver until you've seen it from the water. Located on the west docks at the Westin …more >

Great River Fishing Adventures

Founded in 1988, we are one of the largest fully guided sport-fishing operators on the Fraser River and it's tributaries. Every year, thousands of tourists from all over the world visit us to experience the world-renowned fishing and natural wonder of the Fraser River in beautiful British Columbia. …more >

Pacific Angler

Pacific Angler Fishing Charters offers fully guided Vancouver salmon fishing charters for the discerning angler. Our passion is providing our customers with world class salmon fishing in a unique urban environment. Outstanding service, quality gear, expert guides, and great fishing are words we fish …more >

STS Guiding Services

Vancouver Harbour and surrounding islands sustain a healthy 365 day fishery for salmon, bottom fish, prawns and crab. In fact it is probably the most underrated fishery along our coast. Healthy populations of bait fish in the Vancouver Harbour keep salmon around all year long and our close …more >

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There's no better place for boating and fishing enthusiast than Vancouver with its stunning coastline and endless waterways. Charter a boat from any number of charter boat companies and head out for the open water. The largest concentrations of these charter companies are located at Granville Island, Horseshoe Bay and Coal Harbour. They can also advise you where the fish are biting.

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For saltwater fishing information, contact the Federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans (604.666.2828) and for freshwater fishing information, the British Columbia Ministry of Environment, Lands, and Parks (604.582.5200) will be more than helpful.

Licenses are required for both types of fishing and can be obtained from tackle shops, Army & Navy department stores, and marinas throughout the Lower Mainland.