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Region 1 - Vancouver Island

Courteney Fish and Game Club

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
Contact: courtfg@telus.net

Esquimalt Anglers Association

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.
Location: Victoria
Contact: eanglers@islandnet.com

Haig-Brown Flyfishing Association

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.
Location: Victoria
Contact: vipcare@hotmail.com

Island Waters Flyfishers

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.
Location: Nanaimo
Contact: iwff@shaw.ca

Mid-Island Castaways Flyfishing Club

We are located in the Nanoose to Bowser area of Vancouver Island. We meet eight times a year in Parksville and host many other events seminars, educational classes, fish-outs, BBQ’s, fly-tying, etc. The Mid-Island Castaways were established in 1996 and have 127 members that are primarily interested in lake, river, and beach fishing.
Location: Parksville
Write: P.O. Box 554, Parksville, BC V9P-2G6
Contact: info@midislandcastaways.com

Westcoast Flyfishers Association

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.
Location: Sooke
Contact: wcflyfishers@hotmail.com

Region 2 - Lower Mainland

Finnish Canadian Fish & Game Club

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.
Location: Vancouver
Contact: avsniperslayer@avgmail.com

Lions Gate Anglers Club

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.
Location: Vancouver
Contact: lga@telus.net

Osprey Flyfishers

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.
Location: Vancouver
Contact: sandy.mckinlay@gmail.com

Richmond Golden Rods and Reels Society

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 & education.
Location: Richmond
Contact: Les Marchant

Ridgedale Rod & Gun Club

The Ridgedale Rod & Gun Club was founded on March 9,1937, by a local group of dedicated fishers, hunters and shooters. Game dinners, shoots and fishing competitions were regular events.
Since then the Club has grown into a vibrant, family-friendly club that sponsors and supports the recreational and sporting use of firearms, archery and fishing equipment, and working cooperatively with all levels of government to develop sustainable management practices to conserve, fish and wildlife and the natural environment of British Columbia.
Throughout the years, the Club has hosted and supported numerous community initiatives and events, and continues to do so. 
Location: Abbotsford
Contact: membership@ridgedale.net

The Loons Flyfishing Club

The Loons Flyfishing Club was founded in 1987. We are a small club with 23 members as of this date.
Location: Vancouver
Contact: info@loonsflyfishingclub.ca

The Steelhead Society of BC

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.
Location: Vancouver
Contact: info@steelheadsociety.com

Region 3 - Thompson-Nicola
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Region 4 - Kooteney
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Region 5 - Cariboo
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Region 6 - Skeena
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Region 7A - Omineca

Polar Coachment Fly Fishers Club

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
Contact: franz@bcgroup.net

Region 7B - Peace
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Region 8 - Okanagan

Kalamalka FlyFishers Club

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.
Location: Vernon
Contact: Ruben Breitkreutz rubenrff@shaw.ca

Penticton Flyfishers

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.
Location: Penticton

Provincial Associations

Adams River Salmon Society

The Adams River Salmon Society is run by a volunteer board of directors who are elected by the membership at the Annual General Meeting. The primary focus of the Society is to help organize and run the Salute to the Sockeye held during the dominant run every four years. In addition, the Society helps to determine how best to utilize the proceeds from the Salutes, including the parking lot revenue, to fulfill its mandate to encourage and facilitate the education and conservation of the natural and cultural resources of Roderick Haig-Brown Park. For example, funding for the interpretive signage throughout the Park came from the Salute proceeds, known as the Legacy Fund. Another project for the Society has been the restoration of the former overflow parking lot, which began with the planting of over 1,000 tree seedlings in the spring of 2010.
Location: Scotch Creek, BC
Contact: info@salmonsociety.com

B.C.F.D.F - British Columbia Federation of Drift Fishers

The British Columbia Federation Of Drift Fishers was formed in March 1996 by a group of concerned anglers who felt that their chosen method of angling was in jeopardy.
The Federation has grown to be recognized as the voice of British Columbia's river anglers.
Protection of the resource is our primary concern. The Federation is committed to working with other similar minded organizations and government agencies, whose goals parallel our own.
Concerned anglers who wish to preserve anadromous fish stocks for future generations should consider joining the Federation: your voice can make a difference!
Location: New Westminster, BC
Contact:

Pat Ahern Nanoose Bay

pat_ahern@telus.net

Shane Bradley (Island Chair) Duncan Vcr Island Shanekbradley@gmail.com
Cal Aronetz Coquitlam driftfisher@home.com
Cam Aronetz White Rock camaronetz@hotmail.com
Arlene Badjura (secretary) New Westminster ph.604-521-8786 / fax: 604-521-8701
Eric Carlisle West Vancouver ph. 604-922-6224
Allistair Ball Langley goforagencies@shaw.ca
Rod Clapton, President Langley rodney.a.clapton@clarica.com
Hary Colivas Abbotsford ph.604-859-4289 / fax: 604-795-6648
Shaune Flannigan Campbell River, Vancouver Island shaun@telus.net
Tony Pare Coquitlam avpare@shaw.ca
Tom Esperson Smithers ctesperson@bulkley.net
Wayne Goeson Coquitlam ggoeson@telus.net
Gerry Dewar Chilliwack gerrydewar@shaw.ca
Dave Haddad Terrace dhaddad@telus.net
Deryk Krefting Nanoose Bay krefting@telus.net
Pete Kahausen Burnaby infofishing2000@yahoo.com
Claude Leclerc Coquitlam cl1124@shaw.ca
Leigh McCracken Langley mccracken2644@telus.net
Ken Myers Pt. Alberni fishmyster@shaw.ca
Marilyn Murphy Port Alberni mmurphy@island.net
Bob Otway (Membership Chair) Penticton baitfishr@telus.net
Tom Prothero Terrace tom.prother@gems9.gov.bc.ca
Rob Nichols Ladner rnichols@redlsports.com
Mike Bob Nanaimo, Vancouver Island bigchrome@shaw.ca
Dave Willey Coquitlam willey617@home.com
Robert Vanpelt Nanoose Bay, Vancouver Island robert@rvp.ca
Larry Proteau Terrace lproteau@telus.net
Tony Smith Coquitlam pfer@shaw.ca
Paul Stafford Coquitlam paul-stafford@shaw.ca
Grant Roadknight   grbr@telus.net
Roger Payer Langley rogerpayer@shaw.ca
Don Pipke Port Coquitlam
Greg Burrows North Vancouver burrowsg57@gmail.com
Graham Estey Duncan Vcr Island gestey@uvic.ca

 

B.C. Wildlife Federation

The BCWF is a province-wide voluntary conservation organization representing all British Columbians whose aims are to protect, enhance and promote the wise use of the environment for the benifit of present and future generations.
Location: Vancouver
Contact: membership@bcwf.bc.ca

Fraser Valley Salmon Society

The Fraser Valley Salmon Society represents you with its strength being its members. Although our chinook salmon sports angling crisis is under control, it will never go away. There are many issues facing us on the Fraser River that need representation, best supplied by the common cause base our society provides.
Location: Chilliwack
Contact: info@fraservalleysalmonsociety.ca

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Pacific Salmon Foundation

The Pacific Salmon Foundation was established in 1987 as an independent, non-governmental, charitable organization to protect, conserve and rebuild wild Pacific salmon populations in British Columbia and the Yukon Territory.

The Foundation:
*Raises money and makes grants to volunteer organizations that work on behalf of salmon across the province – $9 million invested in volunteer-driven salmon projects that have engaged more than 35,000 volunteers.
* Manages multi-million dollar initiatives in the Skeena and Fraser River watersheds in partnership with industry, provincial and federal governments and other foundations.
* Advances scientific and evidence-based solutions to challenges facing wild Pacific salmon.
* Serves as a voice for conservation and restoration of wild Pacific salmon and the ecosystems that depend on them.
Location: Vancouver
Contact: salmon@psf.ca

The Steelhead Society Of British Columbia

Formed in 1970 by a group of dedicated Steelhead anglers concerned about the state of wild steelhead stocks and the wild rivers of British Columbia, the Steelhead Society is a charitable non-profit river conservation organization. The Society has evolved to advocate for the health of all wild salmonids and wild rivers in British Columbia.
Location: Coquitlam
Contact: info@steelheadsociety.org

 

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