Mariners, fishermen, stewardship groups and other government agencies all use maps and charts produced by DFO Pacific Region. Below are links to those maps and atlases available online as well as charts for sale through vendors across Canada.
Canadian Hydrographic Service - The Canadian Hydrographic Service is responsible for surveying Canadian navigable waterways and for producing a number of nautical publications, including nautical charts, sailing directions, bathymetric maps and tide and current tables. Here you will find information about charts available through CHS points of purchase.
Recreational Fishing Maps
Tidal Water Fishing - Openings and Closures by Area
Freshwater Salmon Fishing - Information by Region
Shellfish Closure Maps - Sanitary Contamination Closures
The GIS Unit provides GIS services to support the protection and conservation of fish and fish habitat in the Pacific Region.
Community Mapping Network
The primary goal of the Community Mapping Network (CMN) is to provide a service that collects and integrates natural resource information, maps and mapping information to promote sustainable resource management and to assist planning sustainable communities in British Columbia, Canada.
The Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO), in partnership with other marine organizations and GeoConnections, is leading the establishment of a marine geospatial data infrastructure (MGDI) for Canada. The DFO GeoPortal Project, initiated by the DFO Science sector, is providing key services forming the DFO open geospatial infrastructure, which is a key component of the evolving MDGI.
Use the FishWizard to find the most recent information about British Columbia lakes and streams and the fish in them, including salmon escapements, fish stocking records and depth maps for over 2,500 lakes.
Tides, Currents and Water Levels
Tide tables for all of Canada.