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 Backcountry skiing at Whistler Blackcomb's Flute Bowl

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Whistler

Fishing

Fishing at sunset (Picture BC photo)

Fishing at sunset (Picture BC photo)

Fish for trout in secluded alpine lakes with picture perfect views, then relax and enjoy the amenities of Whistler, North America's number one ranked, four-season resort.

There are several lakes surrounding Whistler that offer excellent fishing opportunities, including Alta Lake, Green Lake, Cheakamus Lake and Callaghan Lake. More adventurous anglers can opt for a helicopter, floatplane or 4X4 trip to explore the remote lakes and rivers high in the Coast Mountains.

Rainbow trout, cutthroat trout, salmon and char are some of the types of fish found near Whistler. Whistler is also an ideal base for winter steelhead fishing. Close to Whistler lies the Squamish River system, which has strong winter steelhead runs. Combine a ski holiday with a day on the river fishing for these prized sport fish.

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Pemberton Fish Finder - Pemberton

1380 Birch Street
Pemberton, British Columbia
V0N 2L0
Toll-free
Phone1-877-905-8121

The Pemberton Fish Finder provides a safe, fun, educational and rewarding fishing adventure for all ages and abilities. We are a small family owned and operated business. Our guides combined have over 100 years fishing knowledge of the local lakes and streams in the Whistler and Pemberton area. We specialize in fly-fishing, spin fishing, sturgeon fishing, helicopter fishing, salmon fishing, trolling and ice fishing. With over 35 bodies of water to choose from and 1 lake with exclusive guiding rights, you can be assured we will put you, your friends and families on fish.

We offer full and half day tours and shape them to your needs. Looking for that special package ask us and we would be glad to cater to your needs!

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