Whistler Fishing Spots and Fishing Guides
Whistler Fishing Spots and Fishing Guides
Whistler Fishing Spots and Fishing Guides. Whistler is best known for its breath-taking scenery and passionate community. If you ever get lost or have a general question, do not hesitate to ask a Whistler local because they will gladly take the time to point you in the right direction! The majority of people that live and visit Whistler are outdoor enthusiasts so we are all in the same boat. Whistler is situated in an ideal location that gives tourists access to a wide variety of different terrain within minutes. You can start your day exploring one of the many hiking/biking trails and be on the ocean by the early afternoon! Every stream and lake are glacial fed, making the water extremely cold. As the streams and rivers pound down through the mountains it takes on a very high oxygen level. Trout and Salmon love Cold and well oxygenated waters. Most of the smaller lakes surrounding Whistler have a healthy source of aquatic food that include; Dragonfly nymphs, damsel nymphs and freshwater shrimp to name a few. This accounts for the rapid growth of Trout in the Whistler area.
Whistler Fishing Spots
If you are thinking of visiting the Whistler area this Fall for fishing, plan on being here for at least a week. There are far too many fishing places to visit in just one day. Within an hours drive of Whistler there are over 50 lakes full of Trout and Ten Streams that hold multiple species of Pacific Salmon. Below is a list of streams and lakes to visit in the Whistler area. For more fishing information about fishing in Whistler visit Spud Valley Sporting Goods ltd. at 1380 Birch street in downtown Pemberton, BC. Spud is Whistler’s fishing store. They are well equipped with all your fishing needs, maps, waders, rods and local knowledge.
Lost Lake Fishing
Lost lake is located just behind Whistler village. There is a great trail that surrounds the lake with plenty of dock and shore access. Expect to catch Rainbow Trout between 10″ – 16″ and lots of them. This is a great lakes for families. A simple spinner tipped with a worm or worm and float will produce plenty of Rainbow Trout. While fly fishing try using dry flies in the evening. Dry flies that include; tom thumb, adams parachute, royal coachmen, black wulff and a mosquito.
Squamish River Fishing
Squamish River is located 30 minutes south of Whistler in the Town of Squamish, BC. This large River is home to some spectacular Salmon runs and great Trout fishing. This time of year the Pink Salmon fishing is just starting to wrap up. This is not a big deal because Coho Salmon are just starting to show up and in a Month the Chum Salmon fishing will be incredible. Salmon fishing in the Squamish River typically starts in July and runs through November. The Squamish River also gets a decent Steelhead run throughout the Winter months and into the early spring.
Anderson Lake Fishing
This lake is the better part of an hours drive North of Whistler. The Drive through the mountainous valley bottoms is very scenic. You follow along Streams and Rivers for most of the drive and wildlife is abundant. Expect to see Blacktail Deer, Mule Deer, Black Bears and Bald Eagles along your drive. Follow Highway 99 North of Whistler 35 KM to a small village called Pemberton. From Pemberton you will continue 6 KM North on highway 99 to Mt. Currie. In Mt. Currie the road changes from Highway 99 to portage road. From Mt. Currie you want to follow the signs that point you in the direction of D’arcy. D’arcy is a small settlement that is at the shoreline of Anderson Lake. If you follow portage rd. all the way to D’arcy it will dead end at Anderson lake. Not hard to find. Anderson Lake is best fished by boat. There are a few prime locations for shore fishing on Anderson lake. One place you should check out is the mouth of Gates creek.
Fishing Guides in Whistler BC
We understand that most people when visiting Whistler don’t think to bring there fishing gear. Most people visit Whistler for either Mountain Biking or Hiking in the Summer months and Skiing or Snowboarding in the Winter months. Once here, those that fish see the abundance of water and inquire about fishing. The One fishing guide in Whistler that most hotels and resorts recommend is the Pemberton Fish Finder. The reason for this is simple, We put our clients on fish, not just fish but BIG fish. The Pemberton Fish Finder operates year round because we understand that some people just have to get their fishing fix. It doesn’t matter what time you visit Whistler, there is Great fishing for you. In the Winter Months enjoy Ice fishing and fishing for Steelhead. In the Spring, enjoy fishing for Coastal Cutthroat and Chinook Salmon. In the Summer and Fall, enjoy some of the best fly fishing, spin fishing and trolling in Canada. Visit our best times for fishing in BC page for more in depth information about fishing in Whistler. Our fishing guides in Whistler enjoy fishing with Families, especially families with young children. The excitement of fishing with children can be very infectious. Our fishing guides are very patient and enjoy helping people master the art of Fly Fishing. Come out and enjoy some of the Best fishing in British Columbia, Canada with the Pemberton Fish Finder. Book your fishing trip today, call toll free 1(877)905-8121 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Whistler Fishing Spots and Fishing Guides
We look forward to fishing with you,
Below are a few pictures of fishing from the past week with our clients of the Pemberton Fish Finder. There are lots of fish species to choose from in the Whistler area and there are lots of BIG fish. There are lots of secret fishing spots in the Whistler area that only the Pemberton Fish Finder know about. Come out and lets get a picture of you holding a Big fish in the Whistler area.
Whistler Fishing Spots and Fishing Guides.