Tuesday, September 7, 2010
We are proud to announce BC’s Columbia River as a new addition to our list of offered fisheries.
Adrienne Comeau photo.
The Columbia River in B.C.’s interior is home to one of the finest, unexploited trout fisheries in the world!
Huge, wild rainbow trout inhabit these waters lurking behind boulders and shadows, laying in wait for your fly to challenge them to a battle (one that will likely take place somewhere in your backing).
The section of the Columbia that flows from Castlegar, BC to the US border is one of the last free-flowing stretches of river that blesses this large and beautiful system. This is a vast river that is best navigated by jet boat and a knowledgeable guide.
We can comfortably accommodate three anglers fishing from shore or two anglers fishing from the boat. We are more than happy to supply all necessary gear and Spey-casting instruction as our head guide, Bruce Kruk, is an unbelievable caster and instructor.
Meet guide and Spey instructor Bruce Kruk.
If you like to fish on tranquil and quiet rivers for large, wild, hard-pulling trout, then the Columbia River is a fly fishing adventure that you must experience! The scenery itself is enough to have you looking at your calendar to rebook.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info or to book a trip.
Posted by April Vokey on September 7, 2010