Fraser River Fishing Charters

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Top Fishing Charters in Fraser River

Fraser River: 19 fishing charters available

Mongoose Striker Fishing Charters
Mongoose Striker Fishing Charters

West Vancouver • 30 ft • 6 persons

Mongoose Striker Fishing Charters invites you to accompany Captain Scott Sutherland to some of the best saltwater fishing grounds in the waters around Vancouver.

"Captain Scott Sutherland is simply the best. So knowledgeable and managed to incorporate a great day of fishing with wonderful education about our surroundings." —⁠ Jennifer,
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trips fromUS $605
Roy's Fishing Charters
Roy's Fishing Charters

Vancouver • 21 ft • 3 persons

Roy’s Fishing Charters operate in the beautiful waters of the Salish Sea and Howe Sound, around the spectacular city of Vancouver, BC.

"Roy was an AMAZING teacher and exceptionally patient while our group was learning the ins and outs of salmon fishing." —⁠ Rebekah,
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trips fromUS $550
Built For Speed Fishing Charters
Built For Speed Fishing Charters

West Vancouver • 24 ft • 4 persons

Built For Speed Salmon Fishing Charters offers year-round saltwater angling adventures in West Vancouver, Canada.

"The secret to a successful fishing trip in local Vancouver waters is undoubtedly Captain Chris Speed." —⁠ Stephen, British Columbia
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trips fromUS $554
Johnny's Sport Fishing
Johnny's Sport Fishing

Chilliwack • 22 ft • 5 persons

If you’ve never fished Fraser River, then you’re missing out on a spectacular experience, but don’t worry, Johnny’s Sport Fishing can help make it right!

"so when on vacation in Canada - then why not fishing? My son and I went half a day fishing with Captain John - amazing fun." —⁠ Tobias,
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trips fromUS $539
Fraser Legends Fishing
Fraser Legends Fishing

North Vancouver • 19 ft • 4 persons

North Vancouver's Fraser Legends Fishing has its very own motto: "Create your own legend."

"I am an expert fisherman with over 70 trips on tons of water." —⁠ Michael,
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trips fromUS $623
Champ Sport Fishing Charters
Champ Sport Fishing Charters

Harrison Hot Springs • 22 ft • 4 persons

Fish the Fraser River and Harrison with some of the Fraser Valley’s most knowledgeable guides and target monster Sturgeon – fish with Champ Sport Fishing Charters!
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trips fromUS $660
River Wrangler Sportfishing
River Wrangler Sportfishing

Chilliwack • 25 ft • 4 persons

The Fraser River holds many amazing fishing spots and River Wrangler Sportfishing knows about all of them!
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trips fromUS $733
Big Valley Sportfishing Adventures
Big Valley Sportfishing Adventures

Chilliwack • 24 ft • 5 persons

If fishing in Chilliwack is on your bucket list, look no further than Big Valley Sportfishing Adventures.

"Capt mark was great and put us on some 8 footers. Its a blast." —⁠ Steven,
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trips fromUS $605
FishOnAdventures
FishOnAdventures

Port Moody • 24 ft • 4 persons

With the easing of COVID-19 restrictions, FishOnAdventures is pleased to confirm the resumption of charter services.

"Fishonadventures is worth every penny. Captain Mark and his first mate Mark, really know what they’re doing." —⁠ Chip, BC
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trips fromUS $843
Rod Tuggerz Fishing Adventures
Rod Tuggerz Fishing Adventures

Maple Ridge • 22 ft • 12 persons

If you don’t feel like just sitting in a boat and waiting for something to bite the line, give Rod Tuggerz Fishing Adventures a try.

"This was such an amazing experience for me, I’ve been thinking about coming to Canada to fish sturgeon for a couple of years now and I was lucky enough to also find Frank who is probably one of the best fishing guides I’ve seen, he had a lot of experience with this species and some how has figured out all the great spots to get them." —⁠ Chirag, British Columbia
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trips fromUS $531
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Frequently Asked Questions about Fishing Charters in Fraser River

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Fishing in Fraser River

Fraser River fishing guides are here to show you one of the best places in the world to catch fish. Stretching over 850 miles, the Fraser River is the longest in BC. It has a legendary reputation for impressive Salmon runs and huge Sturgeon, which attracts anglers from around the world. But this doesn’t mean you have to be a hardcore angler to drop a line here. With a good local guide, you’ll get the hang of it fast.
 
For some anglers, Sturgeon fishing is reason enough to visit the Fraser River. You can go after this massive, dinosaur fish year round but it’s best to be here from April–November so you can catch a wider variety of species. Millions of Salmon migrate upstream and you’ll have a chance to catch Chinook, Pink, Coho, Sockeye, and Chum Salmon. In early spring, Steelhead is present in high numbers. 
 
Even half day trips are enough to have a successful day on the water, but if you’re after feisty fish like Sturgeon, it’s better to take a full day trip. The best spots on the Fraser River are in the lower part, so search for local guides in Chilliwack, Harrison Mills, and Mission all the way to Vancouver. 
 

Rules & Regulations

Every angler over 16 years old needs to have a freshwater fishing licence. Sturgeon are a protected species, so they have to be released. A stock recovery program for Chinook Salmon was established in 2019, which has led to lower bag limits during summer. If you’re targeting Steelhead, be sure to buy a Steelhead Conservation Licence.
 

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Fraser River Fishing Seasons

January
The coldest month of the year doesn’t promise much rod-bending action. You can still go after Steelhead or small Chinook Salmon.
 
February
Steelhead are dominant in February, as their peak season approaches. Salmon are very rare at this time of year and any specimens you do find will be small.
 
March
Peak Steelhead season starts in March, so grab your rod and go after a tasty catch. There’s slightly more Sturgeon in the river but the peak season hasn’t quite started yet.
 
April
Sturgeon numbers skyrocket in April and the game is on! Catch one of the oldest species in the world and cross it off your bucket list.
 
May
Sturgeon fishing is at its finest, so be sure to book your spot in time. Steelhead and Chinook Salmon will also provide great action. 
 
June
Catch the largest Salmon! The Chinook run has begun and some of them weigh up to 50 pounds. It gets even better in June.
 
July
Right after Chinook, Sockeye Salmon start their peak season. They’re not as big, but rumor has it they taste the best!
 
August
Every odd year, August marks the beginning of Pink Salmon’s peak season. They’re an easy target, so make your trip more exciting by adding Chinook Salmon or Sturgeon to your target list. 
 
September
In September, Coho enter the scene and almost all the local Salmon species are present and at their peak. Don’t forget that Sturgeon fishing is still amazing!
 
October
Chum Salmon are the last to arrive, but this is a fish worth waiting for. They put up a great fight and you’ll enjoy your trip every step of the way. 
 
November
There’s still lots of Chum and Chinook in the river but other Salmon species are mostly gone by now. This is your last chance of the year to enjoy great Sturgeon fishing.
 
December
The Salmon runs are over but you can still catch some Chum. Sturgeon and Steelhead are other possible targets. 
 

Fraser River Fishing Calendar

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What anglers said about fishing in Fraser River

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Top Types of Fishing in Fraser River

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Top Fishing Techniques in Fraser River

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Top Targeted Species in Fraser River

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