Fly Fishing Camps in Canada

Fly Fishing Camps in Canada
Canada is a vast and wild country. Beyond the United States and Canadian border are millions of acres of boreal forest, mountains, tundra and fish-choked rivers. From the Atlantic Coast of Labrador to the Pacific shores of British Columbia, there are many opportunities for fly-fishing. Many of the rivers and creeks in the country are remote and require float planes or alternate means of transportation for access. Luckily, there are many fishing camps and lodges that offer fly-fishing trips, tours and packages.
 

Pitt River Lodge

Pitt River Lodge is a remote fishing lodge in British Columbia. There is a full-time staff of professional fishing guides at the lodge ready to assist you with choosing the proper flies and gear.

Steelhead, trout, salmon, arctic grayling and Dolly Varden are some of the popular sportfish in the region. Bring chest waders and and a belt because the waters around the area are by fed glaciers and extremely cold.

The lodge has rooms with double or queen beds and private bathrooms. There is boat service to the lodge as well as float plane access. Staff at the booking agency can assist with transportation arrangements to the lodge.

Pitt River Lodge
P.O. Box 31798
Meadowvale RPO
Pitt Meadows, BC, Canada V3Y 2H1
800-665-6206
pittriverlodge.com

 
 

Htahcett Lake Lodge

The Hatchett Lake Lodge is in the northern portion of Saskatchewan. Hatchett Lake Lodge is a fly-in fishing lodge and remote camp.

Hatchett Lake has Northern pike, arctic grayling, trout and walleye. Anglers must use barbless lures. All guests fishing must have a valid fishing license. Licenses can be purchased in Saskatoon, where trips depart.

Hatchett Lake Lodge has a zero-tolerance policy for their guides and staff regarding the use of alcohol, so you know you are in safe hands when in the remote backcountry. Bears, moose, eagles and wolves are frequently spotted during fishing trips.

The lodge has rooms with private bathrooms and a dining area for guest meals. There are private cabins available.

Hatchett Lake Lodge
Hangar #5
Saskatoon Airport
Saskatoon, SK, Canada - S7L 5X4
800-661-9183
hatchetlake.com

Kississing Lake Lodge

Kississing Lake Lodge is ranked as a five-star fly-in fishing camp and lodge. There are chances to fish for Northern pike, gar, arctic grayling, trout and walleye at Kississing Lake.

There is a staff of knowledgeable and professional fishing guides on the premises to assist you with tackle, flies and gear. The lodge has a dining room, guest-sitting area, private rooms with showers and toilets and a game room with billiards, darts and shuffleboard.

The lodge is a fly-in camp and arrangements for flights can be made out of Winnipeg. Moose, black bear, fox, beaver and eagles frequently are sighted during trips at the lake. Guests need a valid Manitoba fishing license, which can be purchased in Winnipeg.

Kississing Lake Lodge
Box 922
Flin Flon, MB, Canada R8A 1N7
204-468-2141
kississinglodge.com

 

Article Written By Eric Cedric

A former Alaskan of 20 years, Eric Cedric now resides in California. He's published in "Outside" and "Backpacker" and has written a book on life in small-town Alaska, "North by Southeast." Cedric was a professional mountain guide and backcountry expedition leader for 18 years. He worked in Russia, Iceland, Greece, Turkey and Belize. Cedric attended Syracuse University and is a private pilot.

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