Fly Fishing British Columbia, Canada

Fly Fishing British Columbia, Canada, for salmon on the Fraser River and tributaries is excellent from late July to mid November. Trout fly fishing is good from March to November. June to late August and October are best times for trout. We offer some of the worlds best fly fishing - period.

Salmon Fly Fishing on the Fraser River and tributaries starts in mid/late July with the arrival of the King and Sockeye Salmon (Reds) which stay in our system until the beginning of October. The King Salmon, also called Chinook is next on the arrival list in August and will be available on the fly until late October. By mid August the first of over 20 Million of pink salmon (2017, 2019…) hit our water system which is FULL with salmon during the 2nd to 4th September week. By mid September the first Chum Salmon arrive which are available until mid/late November followed by the migration of the elusive Coho Salmon (Silver) in October to November.

Our area offers good trout fishing opportunities from March to November. The Coastal Cutthroat-, Rainbow- and Bull Trout and Dolly Varden Char are the dominant species. Mid May to mid June can be challenging.

We are supplying all gear during your fly fishing holiday with us. That includes fly fishing rods, reels, flies and waders. If you would like to tie your own flies, please visit our FLY PATTERNS  for a large variety of local flies.


We pride ourselves that most of our flies are hand tied. I personally love to tie flies - it is my "therapy". The flies we are using are as diversified as our beautiful province of British Columbia. Some of the flies are Wooly Bugger, Minnows, Doc Spratley, Stone Flies, egg patterns and many other flies you`ll will find in our fly pattern section.


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Click here for an article about fly fishing on one of our wilderness rivers.