Canada consists of ten provinces and three territories. It extends from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west and northward into the Arctic Ocean. It is the world's second largest country by total area. Canada's common border with the United States to the south and northwest is the longest in the world.

In many respects, because of its size, Canada poses a serious problem to the destination angler who is looking to book a trip to the "Great White North". Given that most of Canada's provinces and territories are larger than most countries, where does one even begin when considering a fishing trip?

These distinct and diverse regions run the gamut of angling experiences; each possessing its own unique character, defining species and geography, as well as cultural touch points. From the Pacific Rim flavors and natural splendor of the Mountains in the west, to the productive Northern Pike fishery of the Prairies near the 60th Parallel,Canada definitely has a location that will meet and exceed your angling expectations.

In the Northern wilds of the Prairie province of Saskatchewan, we fish for trophy Northern Pike that can reach 50 plus inches as well as for 45 plus inch lake trout --all on the same lake!

Canada's western most province, British Columbia, has so many quality angling options that we have narrowed it down to what we feel is the very best. We have taken care of all the little details and arrangements for floatplanes, helicopters, jet boats and rafts so you don't need to worry about traveling throughout this expansive area. BC offers a variety of Salmon, Giant Halibut and Steelhead, in one of the most pristine, untouched environments found anywhere.