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Fish British Columbia With a Timeshare

Consider a Timeshare Rental on Your Next Trip to British Columbia
With hundreds of fishable, freshwater lakes, and mile upon mile of clear saltwater marinas, British Columbia is a fisherman's haven. Every year vacationers come from all over the world to fish the waters of this beautiful and highly regarded vacation destination. If you find yourself looking for convenient, and cost-effective accommodation, you may want to find a timeshare for rent near your favorite fishing destination in British Columbia.

Timeshares Are Generally Larger Than Other Lodging Options

Timeshares are generally larger and better equipped than are hotel rooms of similar quality, and their size comes in handy when accommodating outdoorsmen and women who often travel with their own gear, especially if they're planning on doing different kinds of fishing which require different types of equipment.

Fish One of BC's Hundreds of Freshwater Lakes

If you're planning on freshwater fishing, you may want to bring along an inflatable boat or float tube, along with the appropriate tackle for catching the area's famous freshwater trout. For your accommodation, you'll find that a timeshare rental, as opposed to a hotel or motel, will have significantly more space for said gear.

Here are a Couple of Prime Suggestions for Freshwater Accommodation:

One excellent vacation property located on the banks of the Columbia River is the Fairmont Vacation Villas at Riverside. Nestled amid the majesty of the Rocky Mountains, the five-star resort boasts a private 18-hole championship golf course, and is located just five minutes from world-class downhill skiing.

You may be interested in, Whistler's Club Intrawest, located in the heart of the 2010 Olympic site. This is a trout lovers paradise. You can fly fish the brooks and streams, or head out on one of the beautiful mountainside lakes. The resort prides itself on being the perfect blend of high-class amenities and natural beauty. Additionally, membership with Club Intrawest will give owners access to their eight exclusive resorts around the world, each crafted to mimic the architecture and culture of their surrounding region.

Or Challenge Yourself to Catch the Elusive Saltwater Coho

If you are also planning to try your hand at a little saltwater action, salmon is the fish of choice in British Columbia's saltwater fishing locales. However, a true fisherman will want to become an expert on the various and most highly coveted salmon out there. Coho, for example, are certainly not the largest salmon, but, because of their trout-like acrobatics (Coho often jump out of the water, glittering scales taunting fisherman for miles), are the most sought after and will probably glean the most bragging rights. Of course, you don't become an expert Coho fisherman overnight (you may have to settle for the fairly easy, and decidedly tastiest Sockeye), which is why many avid fishermen who travel British Columbia's coast have decided to buy timeshare in the area so that they may return again and again to fish the clear waters and learn the ways of the elusive Coho.

For Saltwater Accommodations, Here Are Some Suggestions:

For accommodations on the coast, you may want to try Worldmark The Canadian. This resort, a member of the exclusive Worldmark family of resorts, is located right on the coast of the delightfully multicultural Vancouver, and boasts an onsite pool, health club and spa and exercise equipment. Additionally, it's located only ten miles from beautiful fresh-water lakes, making it the perfect base from which to fish all types of waters.

If you are looking for a more remote salt-water fishing location, the Pacific Shores Resort and Spa, located in Nanoose Bay, is ideally situated on the east coast of Vancouver Island. With more than fifteen acres of beautifully landscaped grounds, its own secluded beach and a 6,000-gallon saltwater aquarium, this resort truly is the perfect Pacific Coast getaway. The resort even offers complimentary kayaks for guests; perfect for the avid fisherman!

Try Fishing Harrison Hot Springs

If you're really looking for a challenge, you may want to try fishing for Sturgeon, or Northern Marlin as they're commonly being referred to, in Harrison Hot Springs. Sometimes referred to as "fresh water dinosaurs," Northern Marlin can grow up to fourteen feet in length (some species even more) and live to be 200 years old. There are several timeshares for sale and for rent in Harrison, so if snagging one of these relics of the region becomes a long-term goal, you can rest assured you will always have budget-friendly accommodation.

Charters are always a great way to get out on the water. Whether as a couple, or a larger group, spend the day in world class fishing waters off the pristine coast. There some charters that can accommodate up to 20 people. Some host dinner parties, and whale watching expeditions that will delight the whole family. Many charters are available right next door to timeshare facilities. Some resorts even have marinas with charter bookings available.

Buy or Rent Timeshare Resale to Save Thousands

When you are ready to buy or rent timeshare in British Columbia, you can save thousands on your purchase when you search on the online timeshare resale market. When you buy or rent from the resort, prices are often inflated to cover expenses such as marketing fees or salesmen's commissions.

Buying or renting from a previous or current owner, on the other hand, will allow you to bypass the resort entirely, and most importantly will allow you to save hundreds on your rental, and thousands on your purchase. And because individuals selling timeshare know that the internet is the best way to reach the most potential buyers, the competitive market place helps drive the cost down even lower. Whatever your prefered BC destination, a timeshare just may be the perfect way to secure your British Columbia fishing expeditions every year.

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