Fly In Fishing Lodges - Rivers
Canada's fly-in river fishing lodges mainly focus on Pacific steelhead & salmon, arctic char and Atlantic salmon. British Columbia has many river fishing options located long the very remote northern BC coast. Steelhead and salmon are the focus, and the milder climate and multiple seasonal runs ensure the river fishing trip of a lifetime. Whether fly fishing or using gear, you have to experience fishing for Pacific steelhead or salmon on a gin clear BC river. Trout and dolly varden live in BC's rivers all year and provide great action also. Coastal lodges in British Columbia offer the angler access into BC's untouched wild river systems, in stunning locations with accommodations and meals that are beyond expectations. Most of these trips are fully guided by expert locals fishermen who help to put you onto the fish and offer tackle suggestions.
Arctic Char can be found in Canada's coastal arctic rivers inhabiting the clean, cold arctic waters of Nunavut and Northwest Territories and the Ungava region of northern Quebec. Arctic char are among the best fighting fish in the world. As an added bonus in Ungava, Atlantic salmon are also found here. While the season is short in Canada's north, it is well worth the trip. Packages are usually all-inclusive with regional air transfers, meals, comfortable accommodations and guide services.
The Northwest Territories
Starkly beautiful, powerful and immense, our northern world is still wild and pris-
tine. Nature rules here, in
a diversity of landscapes ranging from towering mountains to rolling tundra. MORE INFO
This Saskatchewan wilderness eco lodge package located in the heart
of the Boreal Forest in Northern Saskatchewan. The log buildings and the surrounding gardens have been lovingly
carved from the Precambrian rock over the last 3 decades. MORE INFO