Southwestern BC Fishing - 4th Edition
Backroad Mapbooks

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Released: 2015

UPC: 6-22098-00049-8

ISBN #: 978-1-897225-00-4

Pages: 224

Dimensions: 21.5 cm x 28 cm (8.5" x 11")

Map Scale: 186 Lake Charts @ various scales, 18 River Maps @ various scales

Includes: Boston Bar, Cache Creek, Chilliwack, Clearwater, Gold Bridge, Hope, Kamloops, Little Fort, Powell River, Pemberton, Salmon Arm, Vancouver, Whistler, & more

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Southwestern BC Fishing: Lake & River Charts

Backroad Mapbooks loves a good BC fishing lake – so much so that we’ve compiled nearly 200 fishing lakes and rivers in southwestern British Columbia into one comprehensive fishing guide, aka the Southwestern BC Fishing Mapbook. Spanning Region 2 (Lower Mainland) and Region 3 (Thompson Nicola), this southwestern BC fishing map book details the rich lake and river system that sprawls throughout southwestern BC. With some of the most scenic landscapes in British Columbia, the backcountry around Vancouver, Kamloops and beyond, boasts deep, dark lakes filled with fishing treasures. Anglers will find not only trout, bass, and other sportfish, but a world-class salmon fishery, with Chinook, chum, coho, Kokanee, pink and sockeye salmon throughout these BC waters.

The southwestern BC fishing map book details the fish species of the regions around well-known cities like Vancouver and Kamloops, taking you deep into the backcountry with the expertise of a seasoned, local angler. With detailed bathymetric (depth) lake charts for each fishing lake in the region, plus river maps, directions and access points to each location, your southwestern BC fishing map book gets you to those fishing hot spots with confidence. From Pemberton to Manning Park, to Wells Gray Provincial Park and beyond, Backroad Mapbooks puts southwestern BC fishing on the map.



Fish Species

The waters of southwestern BC are a salmon haven. Backroad Mapbooks’ Southwestern BC Fishing Mapbook breaks down the various salmon species that you will find, including Chinook, chum, coho, Kokanee, pink and sockeye, plus numerous other fish species popular with anglers in this region of BC. With detailed descriptions, photographs, and fishing tips, you can set out for that fishing trip armed with knowledge.

Lakes & Bathymetric Charts

Whether heading out for a fishing day trip outside of Vancouver, or traveling deep into BC’s interior for that secluded fly-fishing adventure, your southwestern BC fishing map book helps you get there. We detail 188 fishing lakes and rivers in southwestern BC, with full page descriptions including directions and access points, bathymetric (depth) lake charts, and river maps.

Fishing Tips & Techniques

Backroad Mapbooks knows that fishing is a skill to be mastered over a lifetime – but a little inside scoop always helps. We’ve filled our southwestern BC fishing map book with detailed tips on fishing methods like fly fishing, ice fishing, spincasting and more; the rundown on fishing flies and southwestern BC hatches; plus a host of techniques to get you fishing with confidence.


A handy index makes the southwestern BC fishing map book a leading BC fishing guide in terms of functionality as well as quality. You’ll find page numbers for each fishing lake and river, plus a list of important numbers for easy referencing.


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