The season has come to a close for us at Kalum River Lodge. It has been a special year with the opening of our new lodge right on the banks of the Skeena River. Our long time guests and first time visitors gave us glowing reviews about the new lodge. We are already looking forward to the season and seeing everyone back again. Our first trips start in late March through to early May for spring Steelhead.
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Dark skies, dark coffee, and dark pavement slipping behind. You follow the river, searching for an opportunity to outflank a creature whose genetic knowledge of these waters eclipses your own. The coffee goes hot to warm, the skies go black to dull gray and you realize a song you can no longer stand has been blaring out of the speakers on repeat for ten minutes straight. The break appears; a barely discernable space between two cedars which drops into a forgotten access road. The road ends at a creek mouth which dumps into the mainstem out of sight from the state route. Outside, the moist cold and tree-farm fresh oxygen flush away any lethargy from the drive. Rigging, rigging, rigging.
BC Steelhead Fly Fishing at it's BEST
We have it all here in our backyard. With world renowned rivers such as the Bulkley, Babine, Kispiox, Morice, Skeena only a cast away, it is no wonder our region is considered by many a fishing paradise. Lake fishing can be enjoyed year round while most rivers in our vicinity are open from June 16 until December 31 always check fishing regulations before venturing out: BC Freshwater Fishing Regulations Synopsis. Above info is general.
Skeena Wilderness is an angling destination headquartered in Terrace, British Columbia. The raw power of these fish is extraordinary, but our head guide, Stan Doll, has beached Chinook of more than 80 lbs. Stan has also guided many other fishermen to fish this large, so come catch your next trophy. There are millions of sockeye during a year of good returns to the Skeena.