B C   F L Y   F I S H E R

Fly Fishing for Salmon, Steelhead and Trout in the Vancouver area.

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Frequently Asked Questions

 
1. Do we need to bring anything with us?
2.
If I bring my own gear, what do you suggest?
3.
Where do we get a fishing license?
4.
Can you accommodate groups larger than 4 people?
5.
Do I need to bring a lunch?

 
6. How do I get to Grant Narrows from Vancouver?
7.
How do I get to Chilliwack from the Vancouver Airport?
8.
How do I get to Chilliwack from Vancouver?
9.
How do I get to Chilliwack from Tsawwassen?
10.
How do I find a map to get to your area?
 

1. Do we need to bring anything with us?
All rods, reels, lines and flies are provided! If you would like to bring you own gear, please feel free. Here are some of the things that you should bring for your trip: waders & boots, (No Studded boots Please) an extra pair of socks, sweatshirt, rain jacket, hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, gloves and camera.

2. If I bring my own gear, what do you suggest?
We suggest a 4 to 6 weight fly rod with floating and sink tip (type 3 or clear tip) lines for trout (if you are booking for the wilderness adventure also bring a 7 to 8 wt, as the trout are bigger!). For salmon and steelhead, we suggest 8-9 wt fly rod with Rio Versa tip ( type 8, type 6, type 3, clear and floating heads).

3. Where do we get a fishing license?
Fishing licenses can be purchased directly from BC Fly Fisher. Click here to see the
licensing rates.

4. Can you accommodate groups larger than 4 people?
Yes, we can accommodate any size group with advanced notice.

5. Do I need to bring a lunch?
Yes, you will need to bring a lunch, or we can provide one to you for $15.00 CDN per person.  If you have any food allergies please let us know in advance.

6. How do I get to Grant Narrows from Vancouver?
From Vancouver, head east on Broadway Street which will become the Lougheed Highway as you head toward the town of Maple Ridge. On your way, you will drive through the towns of Burnaby, Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam. After Port Coquitlam, you will drive over a double bridge, crossing the lower Pitt river. Once you cross the Pitt River bridge, at the second set of lights, turn left (North) on Harris road,  follow Harris road to Dewdney Trunk Road and turn right. Continue down Dewdney Trunk Road for a couple of minutes; then turn left (north) on to Neaves Road. Continue down Neaves Road to Grant Narrows. Remember the whole drive is 30-45 minutes from Vancouver.

7. How do I get to Chilliwack from the Vancouver Airport?
From Vancouver Airport take Highway 99 east to Highway 10. Follow Highway 10 east to 176th Street. Turn left (north) onto 176th St until you reach Highway #1. Go east down Highway #1 towards Hope. Continue down Hwy #1 to Chilliwack and take the 119B exit into Chilliwack.

8. How do I get to Chilliwack from Vancouver?
Take Hastings Street east and turn right onto Highway #1. Follow Highway # 1 east to Chilliwack. Take the 119B exit into Chilliwack.

9. How do I get to Chilliwack from Tsawwassen?
From Tsawwassen take Highway 17 North to Highway 99. Go East on Highway 99 to Highway 10, then go east on Highway 10. Follow Highway 10 east to 176th Street. Turn left (north) on to 176th Street and follow it until you reach Highway #1. Go east on Highway #1 towards Hope. Continue down Hwy #1 to Chilliwack and take the 119B exit into Chilliwack.

10. How do I find a map to get to your area?
If you go to the link at the end of this paragraph, you will find links to different maps with directions to Chilliwack.
http://www.bcflyfisher.com/maps.htm

Call us Toll Free: 1-877-796-3345

our local number is: 1-604-796-3345

or email us at info@bcsportfishinggroup.com

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