Fraser River Lodge
Fly Fishing in Canada
Fraser River Lodge offers luxury adventure travel, guided fishing excursions, various group activities, gourmet dining and more from its private location in the Fraser Valley. From a fishing perspective the Fraser River is home to the great white sturgeon, a prehistoric fish that can grow in excess of 14ft and to weights of over 1,200lb. Aside from sturgeon, the lodge’s team of experienced guides can target all the Pacific salmon species too.
Perfect location for a customised fishing holiday
Fraser River Lodge, nestled on the shore of the mighty Fraser River in British Columbia, is the perfect location to spend a relaxing week’s holiday surrounded by some of the world’s best scenery and wildlife. Using the comfortable lodge as a base you can customise your itinerary to include sturgeon, salmon, or wilderness fishing. There’s something for you whether you are a fly or conventional tackle fisherman, single or double-handed, enjoy float or drift fishing, jigging, or walk and wade.
The sturgeon and salmon fishing in British Columbia is the best in the world, and some years nowhere comes close to the sheer number of migrating salmon found in the Fraser River and its tributaries. Around the lodge, you will find the largest sturgeon population on the planet; with figures now exceeding 60,000. The primary fishing season is from July to October, and local salmon fishing from September to November.
A Variety of Accommodation
Fraser River Lodge offers Deluxe or Executive (honeymoon) rooms. All come with cable TV and free WiFi. The comfortable beds are furnished with Egyptian cotton sheets, down duvets and various pillows. Outside each room are comfortable reading chairs and infrared heaters for the chilly days. With the lodge only a hour by car from Vancouver, it’s an ideal spot for both novice and expert anglers who want to fish for salmon or sturgeon amid breathtaking surroundings.
Endless non-fishing options
The Fraser River lodge is not just for fishermen and can cater for families and non-fishers as well. There is a host of activities to enjoy, including snowmaggedon, axe throwing, clay pigeon shooting, archery, hiking and outdoor excursions.