The Fraser River is the home of one of the world’s largest White Sturgeon populations. Anglers travel from near and afar to do battle with these magnificent ancient fish. Not only does the Fraser River boast incredible sturgeon fishing, it is also known for its massive salmon runs, averaging 20-50 million per year.
How much is a fishing Licence in BC?
Annual Angling Licence (valid April 1st to March 31st): Resident: $36. Non-Resident: $55. Non-Resident Alien: $80. Annual Licence for Residents with Disabilities: $1.
Where can I catch salmon in BC?
They are also found in an estimated 1,300 to 1,500 rivers and streams in BC and Yukon; notably the Skeena River and Nass River in northern BC, and the Fraser River in the south and its tributaries that account for about 75% of the total number of salmon.
What kind of fish can I catch now?
What Types of Fish Can You Catch?
- Koi Fish.
Is the Fraser River closed for fishing?
Night-time Restriction – When open by Regulation, fishing for all fin fish including salmon in the tidal waters of the Fraser River is permitted during daylight hours only. Daylight hours are defined as one hour before sunrise to one hour after sunset.