You can fish in Stanley Park off of the north side of the Seawall. Not many people do fish. There are usually a few people that fish right off of the Stanley Park Seawall on the north side of the park in Burrard Inlet. Theoretically, you could fish off of the seawall all around the park, the birds do!
Fishing in Stanley Park usually takes place on the north side of the park just off of the Stanley Park Seawall. During the summer you can fish for Coho and Chinook salmon from Stanley Park. Kilometre 6 of the Stanley Park seawall near Siwash Rock is a popular location to fish for salmon, especially when the pink salmon return to Burrard Inlet at the end of summer.
A saltwater fishing licence is required if you are going to fish in Stanley Park.
The Fisheries and Oceans Canada website says: 'When fishing for melt in Vancouver’s Stanley Park, please be considerate of others using the seawall. If you fish with dip nets or gillnets, be careful not to get in the way of pedestrians or cyclists. Clean up scales and other fish parts that may make the seawall slippery for others.'