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Vancouver Waterfront




Spot Details

Details for Vancouver Waterfront

Species in Vancouver Waterfront:

Chinook Salmon, Coho Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, Pink Salmon, Chum Salmon, Bull Head, Dog Fish, Dungenes Crab, English Sole, Flounder, Greenling, Ling Cod, Pacific Herring, Perch, Red Rock Crab, Rockfish, Sculpin, Shiner, Surf Smelt

Other Names
Proxy City Vancouver
Size (ha)
Perimeter (km)
Max Depth (m)
Road Access Paved
Hike (km) 0
Activities Swimming,Picnicking
Stocked Fish
F/W Region R-2
Water Type Saltwater
Altitude (m)
Mean Depth (m)
Water Access Boat, Shore
Boat Launch Vanier Pk./McDonald
Facilities Developed
Angler Usage Moderate
Special Notes: Feeder Chinook up into the 20 lb. range are available to anglers during the winter months. Large Fraser River Chinook start showing up in late spring and are best from June through mid-August. Blueback action starts in June. Mature Coho are around in good numbers from July through September. Large Northerns are best from mid-September through October.
By August, just as the Chinook run is showing signs of slowing down, millions of Pink and Sockeye salmon start appearing. Salmon fishing for both Sockeye and Pink will continue until early to mid-September. Chum salmon usually show up after the Sockeye and Pink run and can be fished well into November. (See BC Fish Species)
Map of Vancouver Waterfront


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Notes: 1. Always check the current BC Fishing regulations before you start fishing a new spot.
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