Salmon river fishing in British Columbia is unique in the entire world. Nowhere can a larger number of migrating salmon be found than in the Fraser River and its tributaries. Experience some of BC's best salmon river fishing at this deluxe lodge on the Fraser River, only a 1 hour drive from Vancouver.
This all inclusive luxury fishing lodge lies tucked away on a quiet parcel of land outside the rural farming community of Agassiz, BC. Surrounded by nature and the relaxing sounds of the mighty Fraser River, guests can expect incredible fishing, superb dining and quality wine. Sitting on 18 private riverfront acres, the lodge is a beautiful, rustic, private loghome retreat. From the moment of your arrival, it captures you with its spectacular view of the Fraser River and the majestic Mt. Cheam.
This lodge on the Fraser River offers fishing for all 5 of the salmon species; Chinook, Coho, Chum, Pink and Sockeye.
CHINOOK SALMON fishing in British Columbia, Canada is spectacular. The Chinook Salmon, also called the King or Spring, is the largest of the 5 salmon species, and can weigh in at over 60lbs. You can fish for spring salmon from early June till late November. This lodge offers the opportunity to fish several remote rivers and lakes in the middle of nowhere - imagine fishing a river where the fish haven't seen a fisherman in weeks or even months - it's not just a dream. You can let your mind go and enjoy pristine and remote wilderness.
THE COHO, which migrates in the local rivers annually, can be caught with various angling methods. Famous for its clean, silver skin, it has earned the nickname "Silver Salmon" and is one of the most beautiful fish to catch. Coho Salmon can be caught as early as September till December, and in very productive years, even till January in the Tributaries of the Fraser River.
SOCKEYE SALMON fishing in British Columbia, Canada, on the Fraser River means the largest Sockeye run in the world. The Sockeye, well known by gourmets for its deep red meat, is equally as appealing and challenging for the angler. The Lodge record speaks for itself... two guests hooked into more than 300 sockeye salmon in one day in August. Most were released. You can fish for Sockeye Salmon from the end of July until the end of September.
THE CHUM, or Dog Salmon, is the most aggressive of all the salmon species. Simply, they attack everything. The lodge record is 350 chum salmon in one day with 8 anglers. Chum Salmon can be caught from September until the beginning of December.
PINK SALMON is probably the best fish, to get the novice hooked on sports fishing. Recently, our guides took out a father and his son. Pink salmon fishing offers the most versatile options in order to catch salmon. From fly fishing to bait fishing, spin- and spoon fishing or bottom fishing. If you want to hit "prime time" for pinks, visit from the 2nd week of September to the 4th week of September and experience one of those legendary salmon migrations of the world you normally only see on television. The Pink Salmon show up in huge runs of up to 14 million fish every odd year.