The Fraser River Lodge
British Columbia Fishing and Wilderness Adventure ResortOur stunning lodge lies tucked away, directly on the shore of the mighty Fraser River in beautiful British Columbia, Canada, just an hour outside Vancouver. Visit our world class lodge located just outside the town of Harrison Hot Springs & the picturesque farming community of Agassiz, BC.
We offer world class fishing holidays, gourmet dining, spa packages, dream weddings, couples getaways, corporate retreats, hunting adventures or simply "escape" and run away for a while - you have found the right place.
British Columbia's best Salmon and Sturgeon Fishing
Salmon and sturgeon fishing in British Columbia is unique in the entire world. No where can a larger number of migrating salmon - more than 80 Million (2014 projection) - be found than in the Fraser River and tributaries. We also host the largest sturgeon population on the planet with over 60,000 sturgeon around our lodge.
We offer a large selection of quality helicopter, salmon, wilderness and sturgeon fishing packages. Contact us.
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Getting hookedWorld class fishing for salmon, sturgeon and trout ► More...
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Relax... in styleOur guests can expect incredible fishing, superb dining with quality wine in a relaxed atmosphere as featured on BBC and The Wall Street Journal.
Sitting on 18 private acres with 2,000 feet of private riverfront, our lodge is a "rustic", yet classy, log home retreat. It captures you with its spectacular views of the Fraser River and the majestic 7,000 foot high Mt.Cheam.
Dances with wolves
We raise wild bison in order to raise awareness of what we have almost lost due to man kind. The herd is roaming along the river for your enjoyment. Every May-July is calving time and we invite you to join us to celebrate this special event. These are, by all means not pets or tame bison. They are unpredictable. You are able to throw apples and grapes over the fence and watch them close up, but DO NOT APPROACH THE FENCED AREA – our breeding bull “Tatonka”does not like any competition!