Harrison Lake, the largest lake in the southern Coast Mountains of Canada, is truly a sport fisher’s paradise. With gorgeous surroundings – endless rivers, streams, and wildlife around Harrison Lake – anglers come from far and wide to take advantage of the first-class fishing conditions. Sturgeon fishing is a popular pastime with fishermen, who come from all over the world to the BC Sport Fishing Group in search of the white sturgeon. The white sturgeon, the world’s oldest fish and a native to Fraser River, can grow to over 1,000 pounds and live nearly 200 years. Known for their impressive size, strength, and jumps, white sturgeon are considered one of the most spectacular freshwater sports fish. Fishing for BC sturgeon on the nearby Fraser River is an experience that can be enjoyed year-round and is sure to provide a thrilling sport fishing experience. The size and power of the white sturgeon is amazing and these monster fish will often jump several times out of the water before coming in for a quick tag, measurement photo, and release. Since 1999, a diligent conservation program has tagged more than 46,000 of the prehistoric species of white sturgeon – the BC Sport Fishing Group has tagged over 40% for the Fraser River Sturgeon Conservation Society, helping to preserve a successful – and ancient – fishery. Although they are catch-and-release, catching one of these dinosaurs rewards anglers with once-in-a-lifetime bragging rights. BC Sport Fishing Group is located near some of Vancouver’s top fishing spots. From beginners to professional anglers, all visitors can enjoy a memorable and one-of-a-kind fishing experience.