Spring has sprung in British Columbia in March and fishing action around the province starts ramping up. March is a good time for steelhead fishing in a variety of locations around BC, including the Skeena region and rivers around Vancouver. Trout fishing can also be good in coastal rivers in March as conditions improve after the cold winter season. Here’s some options for a March fishing trip…
Winter in Whistler isn’t all about skiing, there’s some really good fishing to be had as well. The most popular is a trout trip to the Squamish River, about 45 minutes south of Whistler where temperatures are significantly warmer and fishing is good.
There’s often some good chinook salmon fishing to be had right from Vancouver. Wintering fish feed on stacked bait and it’s also a great time to drop crab and prawn traps!
For serious steelhead anglers there are options in Haida Gwaii and Vancouver Island for winter-run steelhead. Vancouver Island is a popular destination in January, with early season fish rolling in to local rivers. Keep in mind timing these trips can be finicky, but if you hit it right fishing can be lights out!
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