Put out the “Gone Fishing” sign and cast your line in Tumbler Ridge Canada. There are few places anywhere that offer the endless miles of sparkling streams, rivers and lakes found in Northern British Columbia, and Tumbler Ridge is no exception. Whatever your style – fly fishing, lake, river or ice fishing – our clear, flat lakes and flowing rivers yield varieties of trout, pike, perch, mountain whitefish, Arctic grayling and more, keeping the experience interesting.
Anglers head here to fish on Gwillim, Moose and Bearhole Lakes as well as Flatbed Creek and the Murray and Wolverine Rivers. This is freshwater fishing at its best, offering challenging angling opportunities and beautiful, abundant stocks in glorious settings. Boat launches and camping are available at some sites.
Fresh-water fishing is a year-round activity in Tumbler Ridge, and there’s a bonus: while fishing here you may be treated to views of elk, moose, deer, bears, bald eagles and other wildlife.
Fishing or angling in British Columbia requires a licence.
For more information on fishing around Tumbler Ridge, contact the Visitor Centre.
Want to make the most of your fishing experience? Guided trips are provided by these companies:
Rocky Mountain Trench Adventures