Our Team

The Crew of Professionals at Chromer Sport Fishing

Our team is made up of working fishing guides, dedicated to bringing you the best sport fishing in British Columbia. We have a network of over 30 destinations in BC that we work with year-round.  Here is a bit of info on the core members that make up Chromer Sport Fishing…


Yos Gladstone

Yos has guided extensively throughout British Columbia. At age 33 he has 15 years of guiding experience under his belt. He is a licensed steelhead guide fishing the coastal rivers of southern BC in the winter and spring months. During the summer season he spends his time at Langara Island as part of an elite team of saltwater salmon guides and in the fall the can be found hosting Chromer’s steelhead trips in northern BC.

Yos is a Simms Fishing Ambassador, a member of the Steelhead Society of British Columbia and spends time volunteering for several organizations. He also spent 9 years as a paid-on-call firefighter in Whistler, BC.

Through Chromer Sport Fishing, Yos has become the trusted authority on where and when to fish in British Columbia and he looks forward to welcoming you on your trip.

Email Yos

Justin Berry

Heading up the organization of our various BC steelhead fishing adventures is Justin Berry.  A full-time guide and latest addition to the Chromer squad, Justin brings a well-rounded knowledge of everything fly-fishing British Columbia.

Justin spends his summers guiding on the famed Dean River of BC’s central coast. With this connection we look forward to offering even more access to premier steelhead dates on the Dean. During the winter and spring months Justin guides our fly-fishing trips on BC’s southern coast.

An well-rounded traveller, fine fly-tyer, accomplished caster and all-round nice guy, Justin brings his enthusiasm to all of Chromer’s trips. His steelhead expertise ensures anglers like you experience the best possible fishing during the year’s most prime dates.

Email Justin

Tommy Thomson

Tommy started guiding on the west coast of Vancouver Island and has spent the last seven years guiding in Haida Gwaii. He has come by his nickname, “Tommy Tyee” honestly. A big fish magnet that has released several chinook salmon over 70 pounds! One of those guys who seems to know where they live and has a cutplug that rolls just a little better than everyone else’s.

During the during the winter and fall months Tommy hosts and guides many of our steelhead trips. In the summer he is salmon guiding with Yos at Langara Island.

Easily one the friendliest, most enthusiastic and fishiest guys one would want to fish with, we’re lucky to have him on staff. When he’s not grinding out big days on the water Tommy likes to travel, surf and shred the steep-n-deep champagne powder on BC’s mountains.

Email Tommy T

Join us for a Spey Improvement steelhead fishing week on the Skeena River, April 20-26, 2014. A fully-guided all-inclusive week of fishing for wild steelhead with two of the best Spey casting instructors in Canada. Only 3 spots left!  More info here.

Brian Niska

Brian has nearly thirty years of fly fishing experience and has worked as a guide for the past twenty years. Owner of Whistler Fly Fishing, a flyshop in the resort town of Whistler, Brian has contributed to rod & line design, guided extensively and is regarded as one of Canada’s top spey casting instuctors.  He is certified as a Master Casting Instructor and Two Handed Casting Instructor with the Federation of Fly Fishers.  He is also the host of several spey improvement trips in British Columbia and Alaska.

Scott Baker-McGarva

Scott is a life-long fishing addict with decades of both sport fishing retail and guiding experience in saltwater, tropical, and freshwater environments. An experienced fly tier, rafter, boat captain, casting instructor and conservationist. You’ll fish with Scott is on our Dean River trips where he is head guide as well as on the Bulkley & Morice rivers where he guides during the fall months. He also guides winter steelhead on the Squamish River system, not far from his home in Whistler, BC.