insist there's nowhere and nothing like it. Fishing in the Yukon
is truly spectacular where feisty northern species like Arctic grayling,
northern pike and lake trout abound in our pristine lakes. Lesser known
but highly prized fish like the inconnu and Arctic char navigate wild
rivers flowing down through one of the world's most remote and extraordinary
Your fishing in the Yukon guide
Yukon: once a forgotten wilderness, the Klondike Gold Rush in 1896 changed
this far western area of Canada forever. Today, the same spirit beckons
visitors to explore the vast wilderness of the Yukon where you
can rough it or be pampered in the lap of luxury.
Yukon offers great fishing trips to a
wilderness lodge, with an outfitter, or at a flyin resort that will
make your fishing vacation memorable.
A selection of great Yukon fishing info
is available for your trip preparation.
the huge lake trout lurking in the deep, cold lakes, to battling arctic
char cruising the pools and estuaries of arctic rivers Canada's Yukon
is home to some of the world's best fishing. Yukon
Salmon average 15-20 pounds, but fish of 65 pounds have been taken in
the Yukon River or its tributaries. Great Northern Pike lurk in the
waters and aggressively take to any intrusion.
Yukon is a great place for a family fishing vacation. Canada's parks,
camps and resort settings are seldom far from great fishing. Tourist
outfitters and resort operators are happy to tailor their packages for
families who love to fish. Round out your family holiday with horseback
riding, climbing and nature tours and everyone will have an array of
The Yukon has adopted progressive conservation strategies
to ensure that our fish stocks remain healthy and productive. Please
adhere to our "Catch and Release" and "Catch and Eat"
policies to ensure great fishing opportunities and enjoyment for our