Bamfield, BC

Fly Fishing Bamfield, BC

Click Map To Enlarge Click Here to View Bamfield on Google Maps GPS Coordinates Latitude; 48.833709 Longitude; -125.142744 How To Get There Bamfield is located on the West Coast of Vancouver Island. You can drive to this remote community via well maintained logging roads. You can access the roads to Bamfield from either Port Alberni, […]

Vancouver, BC

Fly Fishing Vancouver, BC

Vancouver, BC is the jewel of the Canadian West Coast. This international city is the finanancial and population capital of British Columbia and with the immediately surrounding communities is the third largest metropolitan area in Canada. Located at the mouth of the Fraser River, Vancouver, BC is the largest city in British Columbia and offers […]

Fly Fishing British Columbia

Fly Fishing British Columbia

If you are a fly fisherman and you live in BC, it is a simple matter of grabbing you gear and going just down the road and begin fishing. If you live anywhere in the province outside greater Vancouver, the fly fishing opportunities are many and close by. If you don’t own a boat there […]

Fly Fishing Quebec

Fly Fishing Quebec

Click Map To Enlarge Quebec is a large Province with endless fly fishing opportunities. The Province extends from the St Lawrence River on the South to Hudson’s Bay and the Hudson Strait on the North. In between there is an endless number of lakes and rivers full of fish. The Southern part of the Province […]

Fly Fishing Yukon Territory

Fly Fishing The Yukon Territory

Click Map To Enlarge The Yukon Territory is divided into 4 major areas defined by the drainage areas of major rivers. All of these large rivers eventually end up in the Arctic Ocean. The area has many lakes of various sizes and just about all of them are full of large fish. The Yukon Territory, […]

Fly Fishing Northwest Territitories

Fly Fishing the Northwest Territories

Click On Map To Enlarge The Northwest Territory is a very large area with thousands of small lakes and several large lakes, most of which are full of fish. There are very few roads in the Northwest Territory and even fewer communities with services for the fly fisherman. There are several lodges in the region […]

Fly Fishing Saskatchewan

Fly Fishing Saskatchewan

Click Map To Enlarge There are many places to go Fly Fishing in Saskatchewan to the surprise of many people. There are no Steelhead runs or Salmon runs but there are lakes full of stocked Trout, Pike, Walleye and Lake Trout. The Province is divided into 3 management zones each with its own characteristics. The […]

Fly Fishing Prince Edward Island

Fly Fishing Prince Edward Island

Click Map To Enlarge Prince Edward Island is Canada’s smallest Province and is the only Province that has no Land boundaries. Despite the size of this small Province, there are many opportunities to go fly fishing. The most important fish species in Prince Edward Island include Salmon, Brook Trout and Rainbow Trout. Share This Page […]

Fly Fishing Ontario

Fly Fishing Ontario

Click On Map To Enlarge From a fisheries management point of view, Ontario is divided into 20 zones. In each zone there are lots of bodies of water that have lots of fish in them and many different rules governing fishing and the keeping of fish in the Province. As with fishing anywhere in Canada, […]

Rocky Nova Scotia shoreline near Peggy's Cove.

Fly Fishing Nova Scotia

Click On Map To Enlarge Newfoundland and Labrador are divided into 6 fisheries management zones that are managed by the Federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans. Zone 1 covers the fishing on the Island of Newfoundland. Labrador is covered by the other 5 fishing management zones. Many of the fly fishing opportunities in Newfoundland and […]