Squamish, BC, has a long history of exceptional year-round angling opportunities, and can provide the focused angler with a good range of lodging, food, and outdoor activities, all within close proximity to an incredible fishery. Let one of our experienced guides lead you on an exploration of our beautiful Coastal Mountain lakes and rivers.


The Sea to Sky area enjoys an excellent winter and spring fishery between November and May. With plenty of species to fish for, each month brings a different adventure. October brings the chum and Coho salmon to local waters, with amazing rainbow trout, bull trout, Dolly Varden, and steelhead to follow through the winter and spring months.

You can explore paved access or head off-road. There are endless destinations, stunning landscapes, and native wildlife to enjoy while you explore this wild fishery. Come join us on a unique adventure and explore coastal watershed.

We do live in a rainforest, so don’t forget to bring your rain gear! Some of the best fishing in the area happens in the rain, and if you come prepared with the right gear, you can enjoy a very comfortable day on the water. There are a wide variety of streams, rivers, and lakes to fish in the area, so there are always options if the rivers start raging. As summer turns into fall, the chum, Coho, and trout fishing picks up and fishes steady through some of our wettest months. So don’t shy away from the rain, as you never know what you might hook into!


We are excited to be the only operators located in the “Sea to Sky” corridor to offer year-round access, from Vancouver and Whistler, to a variety of the best fishing opportunities in the area.

Our guides will provide transportation to and from your accommodation, instruction, and quality fishing equipment to ensure that you have a great time on the water. From Squamish river fishing to crystal clear lakes, there is a wide range of experiences to enjoy that are perfect for all skill levels.


Contact us to book your fly fishing guide today!

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