Fishing Adventures in Pemberton
It's too easy to be taken in by the lure (no pun intended) of the snow in Pemberton and Whistler. With all the advertising and media and iPhone apps geared around getting people to the snow, it can be hard to see anything else. But just beyond the ski hill chaos, there lies the ever present, peaceful and classic pastime of fishing. Right here in Pemberton and Whistler, there's some awesome year-round fishing adventures to be had.
Adventures In Pemberton & Whistler
Whistler and Pemberton actually have some of Canada's best lake and stream fishing. We have a giant selection of high mountain lakes all the way down to low lying streams of various sizes. These allow for a vast array of fish species... to be fished for at any time of the year.
Fishing in Whistler is still a pioneering experience. It's likely you'll have the whole lake or stream to yourself out here. Not to mention the scenery... don't forget to bring your camera.
Ice Fishing In Whistler
Ice fishing season is well under way this year. Just the novelty of drilling a hole in the ice and dropping a line is priceless. This is a unique experience not to be missed. With the opportunity to catch rainbow trout, bull trout, kokanne, cutthroat trout and pike minnows.
Pemberton Fish Finder
Pemberton Fish Finder are a great local company that will design a fishing adventure that will meet and exceed your expectations. These guys specialize in ice, stream and fly fishing, and guarantee an amazing fishing adventure in Whistler or Pemberton.
Their guides have a combined knowledge of over 100 years fishing the local lakes and streams. Check out their website for more details.
Stay In Pemberton For Your Fishing Adventure
Only 25 minutes down up the road from Whistler, you've got a quaint little mountain town, peaceful and serene. With more competitive rates and less crowds than Whistler. With a relaxing heated Pool & Hot Tub it's the perfect place to relax and unwind after a successful day's catch.
Call our friendly staff with any questions you may have and to make a reservation.
Posted: Sunday, January 29, 2012