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Spot Salmon in Surrey

Chinook salmon in Serpentine River

With over 1400 kilometres of streams and creeks in the City, Surrey contains much habitat important for aquatic species including salmon and trout. The map indicates all the streams where salmon and trout live (shown in red) as well as all the other streams that flow into the salmon-bearing streams that provide the vital food and nutrients (shown in blue).

There are certain places in the City where it is easy to view salmon if you visit at the right time of the year. At the top of this list are the two hatcheries in the City where you can learn all about the entire salmon life cycle and view the young salmon fry as well as returning spawning salmon. In addition there are great community locations near to each neighbourhood centre where you may be able to view the returning spawning salmon in the fall. To view the City wide map highlighting all the location click on the map link below (PDF; File size 1.92 MB) and zoom in to your area of interest.  

Hatcheries in Surrey

(click on maps below to get printable PDF map tiles)

Little Campbell Hatchery

Tynehead Hatchery

 

Other Salmon Spotting Locations

Robson Creek

Guildford Brook

 

Chantrell Creek

McLellan Creek

Elgin Creek

Little Campbell Estuary