BC Fishing Clubs
Below is a list of recreational fishing clubs and associations in British Columbia. To have your club added or update your club information, please contact us.
Located in the beautiful Comox Valley, British Columbia. Since 1937,
the Courtenay and District Fish & Game Protective Association
has dedicated itself to wildlife conservation and management.
Location: Comox Valley
We are an organization involved in Salt water sports fishing, salmon
enhancement, and supporting community activities. We operate and
maintain the Flemming Beach boat ramp and clubhouse.
The purpose of the club is to promote and participate in all sorts
of outdoor activities, such as, hunting, fishing, fish and wildlife
conservation, as well as practicing and teaching good sportsmanship,
outdoor safety and ethics.
The purpose of this club is to promote the sport of fly fishing
and the conservation of fish through a membership which abides by
Provincial and Federal Laws and Regulations and all fair and ethical
rules of fishing.
The purpose of our club are to practice, further and promote the
art of fly fishing, to practice and promote fish conservation and
enhancement, to encourage fellowship and sportsmanship amongst anglers.
Contact: iwff @shaw.ca
Club meets every Monday, except Holidays, at 7:30pm to tie Flies,
build Rods and generally swap stories and information. Come on down,
Coffee is still $0.50.
Contact: Ruben Breitkreutz firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a club dedicated to the sport of fishing in south-western
British Columbia, and to the camaraderie of its members since 1978
on Vancouver's North Shore.
The North Shore Fish & Game Club (NSFGC) is a fishing, hunting and conservation organization, which has been active on the North Shore since 1964. The purpose of the club is to foster fellowship and information exchange among sportsmen and women, to provide a collective voice within the community and to contribute to conservation of fish and wildlife in British Columbia. The NSFGC is associated of the British Columbia Wildlife Federation and currently has a membership of 111. Contact: email@example.com
The Osprey Flyfishers of B.C. is the second oldest fly fishing
club in the province. Our club was formed in 1969 and operates in
the Lower Mainland of British Columbia.
The Penticton Flyfishers Club formed on March 31, 1980. We
presently have 52 paid members with junior, ordinary and lifetime
members giving us a well-rounded base of fly fishing knowledge.
Our goals are to promote the enjoyment of
flyfishing for all ages and to encourage the preservation and enhancement
of our fishery. Memberships are $35 per year (family membership).
Location: Prince George
The club was founded in 1981, has approximately
50 members and is accepting new members. It meets monthly at the
Steveston Community Centre. The cost is $30 per year, which includes
a Community Centre membership. The purpose of the club is to provide
a nonprofit recreational program for the age 55 plus Society Membership,
including fishing, picnics, dinners, community activities, travel
Contact: Les Marchant
The Loons Flyfishing Club was founded in 1987. We are a small club
with 23 members as of this date.
The Steelhead Society of British Columbia was formed in 1970. It
is a registered, non-profit, watershed conservation organization
fighting for wild fish in our wild rivers.
Westcoast Flyfishers Association was started in April of 2002. We
are currently, 36 members & 7 junior members strong and are
very active in promoting fly fishing & tying with youth.
The West Coast Bass Anglers was formed in 1999 to promote the sport of bass fishing and catch & release throughout the province. Our association promotes family fishing and offers members club trips, events and tournaments throughout the year.