Guided fishing trips in Whistler, Squamish and Pemberton, British Columbia Canada
Enjoy some of the Best Guided Fishing Trips in Whistler, Squamish and Pemberton, British Columbia, Canada. We are a professional fishing guide service fishing daily putting customers on thousands of fish each year. We offer several different trips and rates to suite your schedule and budget. Whether you are new to fishing or an experienced angler we can ensure you will have a great time with your friends, family and our fishing guides.
We welcome all forms of fishing, during the Summer or Winter and will have an avid guide in that form of fishing provided for you. We look forward to fishing with you!
Summer fishing trips in Whistler, Squamish and Pemberton, British Columbia Canada
What better way to fish some of the bigger lakes in the area. We are the only guided fishing service in the Whistler and Pemberton area to provide a chartered service. Our boats are all equipped with the necessary safety equipment and the latest of technology for fishing. Our boats fish up to 4 people, however we can arrange multiple boat trips if you have a larger party. Our motto is ‘ the bigger the lake, the bigger the fish!’ It is not uncommon to catch trout in the 10lb range on each and every tour.
Pemberton has some of the best stream fishing in the world. With large hatches that happen all day long, it makes taking fish off the surface almost seem like work. Match the hatch! Visit our Fly Fishing page for more information about Fly Fishing in Whistler, BC.
Spin fishing is an easy alternative to fly fishing. It requires less time to learn and to catch fish. Spin fishing is a great way to sharpen your skills of fishing. It helps to teach you how to read water and it also makes it fairly easy to work the waters without having to learn the tricky methods of the fly cast. Spin Fishing is great for the whole family, especially if you have children.
Some people love to sit over a bobber and wait for it to disappear, this can be an effective way of fishing some days. When all else fails, bait doesn’t.
Picture yourself in an National geographic documentary, you look to your left and there are Bald Eagles feeding on a dead salmon carcass. You now look forward into the river and the river is so full of salmon it appears that you could walk across them. This is what the Salmon runs are like in the Pemberton and surrounding areas. Now put a fishing rod in your hands and feel the burn of a 40lb chinook salmon as it screams line off of your reel. In the Pemberton area we get most of the salmon runs including: sockeye, chinook, coho, pink and chum salmon. The only salmon that we don’t have are Atlantic salmon. Salmon are in the streams from May through December. Tight lines!
This is the largest freshwater fish in the world. This enormous fish will surprise you with its ability to thrust itself out of the water. Sturgeon have been known to tail walk on the water and that is quite the sight – especially when they are 6 feet in length or larger! Sturgeon are known as the poor mans marlin! Visit our Sturgeon fishing page for more information.
Let’s jump into a helicopter and fly into a very remote lake, where fish rarely see hooks. These lakes are set in some of the most spectacular scenery and see next to zero fishing pressure. Expect to catch lots of fish. Check out our Heli Fishing page for more information.
Winter fishing trips in Whistler, Squamish and Pemberton, British Columbia Canada
Pemberton has some of the worlds greatest winter fishing.
Steelhead, Rainbow trout, Bull trout and Coastal Cutthroat are some of the species that Pemberton have to offer in winter. The lakes start to Freeze over late November and are usually safe to start ice fishing in mid December. At about this time the Steelhead are in full swing. The season for Steelhead start in November and runs through to about April. In April the Coastal Cutthroat fishing takes off. Coastal Cutthroat are a sea run trout and when they hit the rivers in Pemberton, they hit them in BIG numbers. It is not uncommon to catch 10-20 of these feisty fish in an afternoon of fishing.
Whistler and Pemberton have some of the best Ice Fishing in the world. With great lakes, Huge Rainbow trout and almost unbelievable scenery makes it is easy to Lose yourself in this Whistler Winter Wonderland. This is truly an adventure that most people do not get to experience. Imagine, after a tough day on the slopes of Whistler or Blackcomb Mountain spending a day on a frozen lake, reeling in 5lbs Rainbow trout. Now this is a great way to rejuvenate. The scenery of a high mountain lake will take your breath away and there is something to be said about looking in to your ice hole and watching a 5lb Rainbow Trout take your lure. Fish ON! Check out our Ice Fishing page.
These huts will keep you warm on those cold winter days and block out the light so you can see into your hole. Sit back with a friend and talk about whose fish is bigger or what bait and or lure is working best, while in comfort.
Pemberton has a great winter fishery for Steelhead, which are one of the preeminent fish of the World. These fish are very strong and are known for there long runs and aerial acrobatics. Methods of fishing for Steelhead include fly fishing, spin fishing and drift fishing. Steelhead have been caught in the Pemberton area up to 36lbs and with an average size of 15lbs. All of this combines to make for some great fishing.
Booking a trip is easy, either email or call us to make sure we have the available dates you are requesting. We recommend you book in advance as we get very busy at certain times of the year. If you would like to know the best time to book for certain species or methods of fishing, give us a call and we will arrange a tour that suits your needs. Visit our contact page.
Whistler, Squamish and Pemberton BC Fish Species
Types of fish you can expect to catch!
- Rainbow Trout
- Coastal Cutthroat Trout
- Bull Trout
- Dolly Varden
- Brook Trout
- Chinook Salmon
- Coho Salmon
- Pink Salmon
- Chum Salmon
- Sockeye Salmon
- White Sturgeon
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