Head north on Hwy. #11 towards Mission. River runs parallel to Hwy. #7 and fishing activity in area of Mission Bridge.
Steelhead and Chinook salmon (July - October).
Near town centre - Mill Lake Road off Bourquin Cr. East.
Some large and lots of small Rainbows stocked annually. Fishing best in spring and fall. Beautiful boardwalk. No power boats allowed.
Can be fished by car, 12 km northeast of Harrison Mills on Morris Valley Rd. Follow the road turning off to the east just past Weaver Creek Spawning Channel.
Cutthroat and Rainbow fishing best in spring and fall. Coho Salmon in the fall. Occasionally, Steelhead catch in the winter.
Head west on Hwy. #7 to Hayward, north on Hayward to Dewdney Trunk. East on Dewdney Trunk, left on Bell Street & north to Rolley Lake. Approx. 13 km northwest of Mission.
Has Cutthroat, Dolly Vardon, and brown Bullhead, and is frequently stocked with rainbow. Fishing is best in spring and fall. No power boats allowed.
Reach south end of the lake by car at Stave Falls, north of Ruskin.
Cutthroat to 1 kg, Rainbow, Kokanee and Dolly Varden. This lake is hazardous due to submerged snags, floating logs, cold water and high winds.
Accessible by car at Stave Falls via Lougheed Hwy. #7 at Ruskin.
Cutthroat, Dolly Varden, Coho (best in the fall), Whitefish (best in spring), Steelhead (winter), Spring Salmon are caught at the mouth during spring and summer. 5 km fishable - flows from Ruskin Dam to Fraser River.
East on Hwy #1, left at Sumas Mt. Road. Immediate right on North Parallel Road, proceed approx. 3 km east. Boat launching site/parking at Sumas Pumping Station, 1.5 km from junction of Vedder Canal.
Coho (mid September - December), Dolly Varden, Coho, Cutthroat, Steelhead and Sturgeon (spring and fall).
Head east on Hwy. #1, exit at Sardis, proceed to Vedder Crossing to bridge, turn left at river.
Coho (mid September - December), Steel head (December - March), limited Whitefish (April - September).
Head east on Hwy. #7 from Mission, approx. 10 km northeast of Harrison Bay.
Steelhead (December - March). The Weaver Creek salmon spawning area is a popular attraction, with viewing from October into early November. The fish enter the artificial channels, constructed in a series of hairpin bends, through entry gates from the creek. Fish spawn and die in the Weaver Creek channels as part of their life cycle.
SILVERBROOK U-CATCH TROUT
1364 Bradner Road, Abbotsford, British Columbia V4X 1H8, Canada
We are a fun adventure for the entire family. Our ponds are stocked with fresh, healthy trout, and you only pay for what you catch. There is no charge for bait, poles or admission, and you do not need a fishing license.
AQUAVENTURES GUIDED FISHING EXPERIENCES
6260 Edson Drive Chilliwack, BC
Guided fishing adventures for Sturgeon, Salmon, Steelhead on the Fraser River and surrounding area,also offering sea-kayaking, white-water rafting, scenic river tours and eagle watching. All inclusive packages available from 2 to 14 days. Check us out, you won't be disappointed.
BENT RODS GUIDING AND FISHING CO
Fantastic fishing adventures in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia. We provide guided fishing trips for Salmon, Sturgeon, Steelhead and Trout. Bent Rods uses state of the art equipment and vessels, and our guides have intimate knowledge and experience on all local waters.
GREAT CATCH FISHING ADVENTURES
5962 Carter Rd Chilliwack, BC
Professional and fully insured Fishing guide, Fraser River and Harrison fishing for Salmon Sturgeon and trout offering day trips or weekly.
BC SPORT FISHING GROUP
Harrison Hot Springs, BC - 604-796-3345
Sturgeon Fishing in British Columbia with BC Sport fishing group, offering the best guided Sturgeon Fishing, Salmon fishing, and Steelhead Trout fish charters.
Snow Report: 604-419-SNOW
Take the Trans-Canada (Highway 1) westbound towards Horseshoe Bay. Get off at Exit 8, and follow the 3 lane, paved mountain road with spectacular views of the city on your way to the Cypress Mountain parking lot.
Whether it's during the day or at night, you can enjoy Cypress Mountain's alpine thrills. Divided between two mountains, 23 pistes provide a challenge during the day, while all of the major runs stay open under the lights until 11 p.m. Along with skiing and boarding, there is snowshoeing, Nordic skiing at one of the most popular cross country areas in Canada, tubing and tobogganing.
Snow Report: 604-986-6262
Follow Hwy. I west into Vancouver, cross the Second Narrows Bridge, follow Hwy #1 to posted signs directing you to Grouse.
Vancouver's winter wonderland, just 15 minutes from downtown. Drive up and catch the aerial Skyride to the 1110m summit for a panoramic view of land, sea and sparkling city lights. Night skiing, rentals/repairs, ski school, restaurants, gift shop, Theater in the Sky, horse-drawn sleigh rides, helicopter adventure tours, Terrain Park.
Snow Report: 800-665-7080
Head north on Hwy. #11 from Abbotsford to Mission, then east on Hwy #7, then north on Morris Valley Road (approx. 40 km to Hemlock).
Cross country and downhill skiing, tobogganing. Ski lessons and equipment rentals, night skiing, wee care. Day lodge, cafeteria, bistro, fireplace lounge with superb view of mountains, overnight accommodations, ski shop, snowboard - half pipe, disabled skiers program.
MANNING PARK RESORT
Snow Report: 1-800-330-3321
From Abbotsford, take Hwy 1 to Hope and turn right on Hwy 3 turn pike. Follow Hwy 3 and you will reach Manning Park Resort.
Cross country and downhill skiing, tobogganing/tubing. Ski lessons and equipment rentals. Day lodge, cafeteria, restaurant, overnight accommodations, ski shop, snowboard park.
Snow Report: 604-857-1515
From Abbotsford, head south on Hwy #11 to U.S. border, proceed through Sumas to 3-way stop, turn left, proceed to Mount Baker Highway.
Excellent downhill and cross country skiing. Rentals, ski and snowboard lessons, kids program, day lodge, cafeteria, ski shop.
Snow Report: 604-718-7771
Take Hwy #1 west into Vancouver, cross the Second Narrows Bridge, take Deep Cove exit from Upper Levels Hwy, follow signs to park. Chains may be required at times of extreme snowfalls.
Mount Seymour Provincial Park is located on the North Shore, 14.5 km from downtown Vancouver. With an elevation of 1,455 m, Mt. Seymour is for those who love skiing, and those learning to love skiing. Ski school, rentals, day lodge with cafeteria, snowboard and snowshoe adventures.