Fishing in the Fraser downstream of the CPR bridge requires a tidal license. A freshwater license is needed to fish upstream from the rail bridge.
Fishing in Metro Vancouver Parks is subject to regulations set out by the Provincial Government for fresh water and by the Federal Government for tidal waters.
The BC Ministry of the Environment
can provide information about freshwater fishing regulations and acquiring the correct licenses.
The Federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans
can provide information about fishing in tidal waters and acquiring the correct licenses.
Matsqui Trail Regional Park contains 14 kilometres of the Trans-Canada Trail, a nationwide effort that links communities and recreation corridors across Canada.
Matsqui Trail is open to pedestrians, equestrians and cyclists.
Dogs must be on-leash throughout the park. Check local signs for details. Please show courtesy to other park visitors by removing your dog’s droppings.
There is an accessible picnic table at the Mission Bridge Picnic Area. The pit toilet at Page Road trailhead is partially accessible, but may be difficult to reach for some users due to the steep slope and grass surface. The pit toilet at Mission Bridge Picnic Area is difficult to access due to the steep path. Fishing along the foreshore is also possible although limited, without easy access to the water.
Dyke Trail is 7.1 km long and has a semi-firm fine gravel surface with gentle grades from Mission Bridge to Page Road. The trail between Mission Bridge to Olund Trailhead also has a semi-firm surface. The trail continuing west past the treatment plant, through the First Nations reserve land to Douglas Taylor Park has steep sections with soft surfaces.
Mission Bridge Picnic Area Day Use Trail is 92 m long, 1.5 m wide and has a semi-firm surface with gentle slopes.
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