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Sea Leggs Fishing Adventures – 24'
Sea Leggs Fishing Adventures – 24'

Sooke • 24 ft • 5 persons

Sea Leggs Fishing Adventures offers an amazing Salmon fishery in the waters of Sooke, British Columbia.
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trips fromUS $218
Phantom Sportfishing – Oakville
Phantom Sportfishing – Oakville

Oakville • 34 ft • 8 persons

Make an adventure out of your next trip to Oakville and go fishing with Phantom Sportfishing.

"Our group of 4 was looking for a nice morning out in the water." —⁠ Rhema,
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trips fromUS $473
Phantom Sportfishing – Great Lakes
Phantom Sportfishing – Great Lakes

Hamilton • 34 ft • 8 persons

Phantom Sportfishing offers top service for fishing trips on Lake Ontario and Lake Erie.
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trips fromUS $510
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.

"Had the pleasure of going out with Roy out of Vancouver. I had booked the trip for my self and my two sons 8&11." —⁠ Scott,
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trips fromUS $546
Full Melt Charters
Full Melt Charters

Sooke • 23 ft • 5 persons

Captain Wayne is ready to show you the beauty of Vancouver Island and its world-renowned fisheries on Full Melt Charters.

"TLDR: worth every penny, super knowledgeable and friendly, took care of everything." —⁠ Jenny,
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trips fromUS $244
Reel Knockoffs Guide Service
Reel Knockoffs Guide Service

Hamilton • 23 ft • 3 persons

Reel Knockoffs Guide Service provides and teaches fishing techniques for anglers of all skill levels.

"We had a wonderful experience with Captain Matt and his Dad on an evening trip on Lake Ontario." —⁠ Greg, OR
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trips fromUS $328
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 $601
Nautibouy Sportfishing
Nautibouy Sportfishing

Hamilton • 18 ft • 2 persons

I'm Captain Steve Morris with Nautibouy Sportfishing in Hamilton, Canada.

"I can’t say enough good things about this fishing trip! Even before we got on the boat, Captain Morris was messaging me about weather and making sure we were informed about the conditions on the water." —⁠ Kristina, DC
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trips fromUS $255
Rising Tide Coastal Adventures
Rising Tide Coastal Adventures

Sooke • 22 ft • 6 persons

Excited to cast a line in Sooke? Rising Tide Coastal Adventures is here to make it happen!

"Don was an awesome, friendly, and knowledgeable guide. The boat and gear are in great shape and well maintained." —⁠ Gwen,
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trips fromUS $400
Myles Ahead Sportfishing
Myles Ahead Sportfishing

Oakville • 31 ft • 8 persons

Explore Lake Ontario and the Bronte Creek aboard "Myles Ahead Sportfishing”!
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trips fromUS $582
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The Great White North’s fishing potential is legendary. From the Great Lakes to Prince Edward and Vancouver Islands in the east and west, respectively, there’s no shortage of where to cast a line. But there’s plenty you should consider before you visit. Thankfully, Canada fishing guides are ready to show you what’s what.
 
The first thing you’ll want to know is what fish are on offer. Freshwater fisheries offer up a range of Trout depending on where you go. Cutthroat, Brook, and Rainbow Trout inhabit numerous rivers, while bigger Lake and Brown Trout are available in – you guessed it – the lakes. With Walleye, Musky, Pike, Perch, Bass, and even Sturgeon available, you’re in for a treat wherever you go. 
 
In the saltwater realm, things don’t let up either. Flatfish, such as Flounder, inhabit the shallow waters, with their monstrous cousins, “barndoor” Halibut offering up a real test of your strength. Cod, Rockfish, and Lingcod are all popular catches, too, with Tuna showing up in the deeper waters of both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
 
But the real highlight of the Canadian fishing scene is Salmon. Six species of these world-famous fish call this country home, with five species available in British Columbia – Chinook, Coho, Chum, Pink, and Sockeye. The first two are also found in the Great Lakes, along with Atlantic Salmon, which are also available in the west. 
 
Trips take the form of anything you could imagine, pretty much. From short, half-day getaways to the inshore waters or onto the lakes, up to overnight and multiday tours in search of Tuna. Full day trips and above are recommended for experienced anglers, with lodging and fly-in options available, too.
 
Each Canadian Great Lake is a great place for any freshwater fishing expedition, along with the Fraser, Niagara, and St. Lawrence Rivers. British Columbia and Vancouver Island, in particular, is the place to be for oversized Halibut, with Prince Edward Island offering the best action in the east. 
 

Regeln & Vorschriften

Before casting a line in Canada, you’ll need to purchase a fishing license. These differ depending on which state or province you’re fishing in, so check with the relevant authority to get yours. Regulations on bag and size limits, as well as special permits for certain species also vary. That’s why we suggest heading out with a Canada fishing guide, who’ll keep you on the right side of the law. 
 

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January

The start of the year is a great time for fishing in Canada! In Victoria, small Chinook Salmon are abundant, while ice fishing in Ontario promises Lake Trout and more.

February

If you’ve had your fill of ice fishing, set a few Crab traps in the bays of British Columbia, or try your luck fly fishing countless streams for Steelhead and Cutthroat Trout.

March

The ice has yet to thaw on many of Canada’s lakes, so get your last shot at ice fishing. Elsewhere, various creeks and streams hold Trout, Walleye, and more.  

April

Anglers can now head to big lakes in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ontario, and northern Quebec to enjoy some easy sight fishing for Pike, as the ice finally thaws.

May

Salmon fishing is heating up all over the country, from Quebec to the Great Lakes, to the far reaches British Columbia. Atlantic and Chinook are the ones to catch! 

June

The weather is growing fairer by the day, drawing many charter boats to the sea. In BC, anglers can go after Salmon, Halibut, Lingcod, and Rockfish.

July

Midsummer is prime time for Sturgeon fishing on the Fraser River. If light tackle action is more your speed, try fishing back east for Pike, Walleye, or Char.

August

Salmon fanatics are living it up on Vancouver Island, where all five Pacific species are biting vigorously. Meanwhile, freshwater anglers can have a blast in lakes and rivers all over the country.

September

Anglers in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island head offshore in search of their next record breaking Bluefin Tuna, as Salmon season is winding down, elsewhere.

October

Bluefin Tuna fishing continues up north, while Steelhead fishing in rivers all over Canada gets underway. Crabbing in British Columbia is excellent at this time of year.

November

Winter is drawing near, and many anglers head to remote rivers for Steelhead fishing. In Ontario, some may still be trolling for Salmon on Lake Superior before the ice sets in.

December

With many lakes frozen over, most anglers find themselves ice fishing or casting lines in small streams. Many charter boats on the coasts are closed for winter.

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