With a Northern location surrounded by oceans and an abundance of inland bays, lakes and rivers, it’s no wonder that the Canadian fishing scene is one of the biggest in the world. It’s also no wonder that this landscape, along with Canadian hospitality and service standards, attracts thousand to the country’s many wilderness resorts and lodges every year. For anglers looking for an experience slightly more intense and less populated than the typical off-shore and on water fishing of popular lakes, here are 5 incredible fly-in fishing lodges worth checking out:
5. Stewart’s Lodge and Camps, BC
Based on Nimpo Lake, 850 km North of Vancouver, Stewart’s Lodge and Camps has some of the best fishing British Columbia has to offer, with 6 fly-in outposts to choose from on 4 different lakes, as well as a myriad of daily fly-out locations for some of the country’s largest wild rainbow trout. Outpost packages range from 3-7 days, priced $1000-1600 and include floatplane transfer, private log cabin with food, bedding, propane and ice, boat with fuel, and fish smoking and vacuum packaging.