The Harrison River Valley is surrounded by water, making it an angler’s paradise. The beautiful surroundings, endless rivers, streams, and lakes along with the prolific wildlife, friendly people, and great accommodation options attract anglers from around the globe. The mighty Fraser River is the main artery of millions of migrating salmon that pass through on the way to the spawning grounds. This river is home of the long-lived white sturgeon, the largest freshwater fish in North America. These monster fish grow to over one thousand pounds and can live up to 200 years. They are considered to be one of the most spectacular freshwater sports fish, having the reputation for their size, strength, and impressive jumps.
On the shores of Harrison Lake you have easy boat access to the pristine Harrison River, the first designated Salmon Stronghold in Canada. In addition to Harrison Lake and River we are close to some other great fishing rivers teeming with salmon, steelhead trout, and prehistoric white sturgeon.
With so many lakes and rivers, there are great fly fishing opportunities as well.
Angling in the Harrison River Valley
useful links and information on fishing our region.
To see what you can catch and when follow this link to DFO.
To learn where and how to fish check out the FishBC.com website
For some tips on Salmon fishing the Harrison River check out Fishing with Rod.
You can head out on your own or take advantage of the incredible experience of our local guides.