Guided Fishing Charters on the Fraser River and its Tributaries near Vancouver, BC.
Book with Confidence! We have been producing consistent results on the Fraser River and its tributaries targeting salmon and sturgeon for over a decade!
At Double Header Guided Sport Fishing we fish the Fraser River, Harrison River and their tributaries for White Sturgeon and Pacific Salmon. Radek Hanus, owner and operator of Double Header Sport Fishing is considered one of the premier and most productive Sturgeon and Salmon fishing guides on these rivers. We're based out of Mission, British Columbia, Canada, near Vancouver. Whether you're after a trophy Fraser River White Sturgeon, or wanting to catch one of the Pacific Salmon on gear or fly, Radek is your go to guy. We cater to fisher people of all ages and skill levels.
Your day on the water includes the following:
- Boat, fully licensed and insured fishing guide, all tackle and equipment, bait, breathable waders and boots, (if required) water and light snack.
Please, arrange to bring your own raincoat!
- Lunches and refreshments can be supplied by request at an additional cost of $15 per person.
We pride ourselves in keeping attention to all the little details that are specific to your group. Come on board with us, to experience the Double Header difference!
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Catch Fish Guarantee!
Double Header Sport Fishing guarantees you'll catch a Fraser River White Sturgeon, or your money back!
2018 should be a fantastic year for salmon and sturgeon fishing on the Fraser River and its tributaries. 2018 is the high return year for Sockeye Salmon. With high salmon returns there will be lots of bait in the river, which the Fraser River Sturgeon get excited over. Lots of feed means the fish move in early and Sturgeon fishing turns on. Once Sockeye dry up early to mid- September, soon after, they’ll be followed by Coho and Chum. We expect for the Sturgeon season to remain strong right till the water cools down, about mid to end November. Prime dates book early, so don’t leave it too long!
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