September Fishing in Whistler
Due to its mountain laden terrain that houses multiple lakes and rivers Whistler is a fantastic place to plan your next fishing trip. Whistler is also just 30 minutes away from Squamish a sea side town that marks the entrance for many of the rivers that flow through Whistler.
Because of its proximity to the ocean side town of Squamish, many of Whistler's rivers contain world class salmon fishing. Every summer Salmon make their way up through the Squamish rivers passing through Whistler and Pemberton's Birkenhead and Lillooet River. Although the salmon fishing season has closed for the summer the Salmon attract large numbers of trout and dolly's who follow the Salmon down the river to feed off their eggs.
September is known for its great trout and dolly fishing found throughout Whistler's rivers and lakes. Almost all of Whistler's rivers and lakes including Green Lake, Alta Lake, Showh Lake, Lillooet River, Squamish River and Birkenhead River are located within a 10 to 15 minute drive of Whistler Village. If you're looking to do some fishing this weekend pack up your rod's and head to Whistler for September trout fishing.
If you're looking for a guide or more information on Whistler fishing visit theWhistler Fly Fishing or Pemberton Fish Finder website. These local guides are the most knowledgeable angler's out there so don't hesitate to contact them about fishing tours or fishing related questions. Their websites are also an excellent place to find local tips and lure suggestions if you want to go it on your own.
Take advantage of the extended summer the west coast has been getting and organize a fishing trip to Whistler for the weekend.
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