EXPLORE CANADA

FLY FISHING IN CANADA

Searching for the fly fishing vacation of a lifetime? Experience the untouched natural beauty of Canada. The unspoiled rivers, lakes, and streams of this massive country account for over 20% of the world’s freshwater, presenting endless opportunities for the fly fisherman. Whether you’re chasing legendary Steelhead and Salmon as they migrate up Canada’s coastal rivers, or smashing world record arctic char, grayling, and lake trout in the Far north, the Canadian fishing experience is like none other. Breathtaking locations like The Canadian Rockies provide anglers with a chance to step back in time and experience top notch fisheries, where trout still outnumber anglers ten thousand to one! 

Canadian Rockies

Fly fishing the Canadian Rockies is reminiscent of Montana’s glory days; a time before the crowds, fly shops, and army of trout bums. Whether it’s the sheer beauty of the mountains, the vast untouched rivers teeming with monster fish, or the prolific hatches, there’s a good reason why so many Montana fishing guides head north on their off days.

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Coastal BC

Coastal British Columbia (B.C.) is known for its breathtaking natural beauty and sprawling river systems full of wild salmon, steelhead, and trout. Rugged landscapes, rushing rivers, and the largest temperate rainforest in the world, all make the coastal B.C. region a special place to visit. Each year, anglers from across the globe travel to B.C. in hopes of catching the fish of a lifetime.

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Eastern Canada

Since the early 1900s, anglers have journeyed to the historic rivers of Canada’s east coast in search of the legendary Atlantic salmon. Fly fishing in Canada originated in the maritime provinces, and today, anglers still make the pilgrimage to historic rivers like the Miramichi and the Cascapedia. However, in more recent years new fishing areas have opened up in Eastern Canada, bringing fresh fishing grounds to the modern fly angler.

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Far North

The last true frontier, Northern Canada is known for its rivers and lakes, blessed with an abundance of large fish. Though the fish in these frigid waters tend to grow slower; they are able to live significantly longer, and ultimately grow much larger than fish living further south.

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the interior

In the serene wilderness of Canada’s interior lies an abundance of freshwater, home to fantastic fisheries that are largely unknown to outsiders. The northern fisheries of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba host some of the best northern pike and lake trout water around. These waters offer a longer fishing season than the subarctic lakes of the far north. This translates into longer spring fattening periods where large pike and lake trout congregate in shallow water to feed after a cold winter under the ice.

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