The Cariboo, or Region 5, is notorious for its excellent lake fishing, even during the hot summer months. The prolific fly hatches, nutrient rich environment and clear, crisp water make this area a fantastic lake fishing destination. The Skeena Region, or Region 6, is an area dominated by rivers - expect to find your best success river fishing for steelhead and Chinook – these fish are large and plentiful. As you get further north and east, the Omineca and Peace regions (7A and 7B) offer some unique species for exclusive fishing opportunities.
With so many options in the Cariboo and Northern BC area, it’s easy to get overwhelmed when choosing a spot to drop a line. Luckily, the Cariboo and Northern BC Fishing Mapbook has an extensive list of fishing hotspots in the area, including road access, lake charts, river maps, local species and stocking information and more. The Cariboo and Northern BC Fishing Mapbook is the perfect resource for finding the right fishing hole to spend an afternoon, or longer.
Dimensions: 8-1/2" x 11" (21-1/2 cm x 28 cm)
Map Scale: 195 Lake Charts @ various scales, 25 River Maps @ various scales
Regional Cities/Parks: 100 Mile House, Atlin, Bella Coola, Dawson Creek, Fort Nelson, Prince George, Prince Rupert, Quesnel, Smithers, Terrace, Williams Lake