British Columbia Fishing Holidays: set in beautiful untouched wilderness, is home to some of the most exciting steelhead and salmon fishing in North America.

Every year the number of salmon that enter British Columbia’s rivers number in the tens of millions. All five species of Pacific salmon can be caught throughout the province. However, for many anglers, the real prize that British Columbia has to offer is the phenomenal runs of large wild steelhead (sea run rainbows). These fish are probably the hardest fighting and most acrobatic of all game fish and British Columbia has some of the most incredible and exciting steelhead fishing in the world.

Steelhead and salmon fishing in British Columbia: The Nicholas Dean Lodge

SALMON AND STEELHEAD FISHING: THE NICHOLAS DEAN LODGE New WhereWiseMenFish destination

Nicholas Dean Lodge has access to over 50 of the best rivers and lakes in the Lower Skeena region and the near shore Pacific Ocean. Although guests will only be able to fish a fraction of the available water during a typical holiday, you will have unparalleled opportunities to fish in the style that you prefer, for the species that you wish to catch in the best available rivers to suit the local conditions.

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Steelhead fishing in British Columbia: The BC West Lodge

STEELHEAD FISHING: THE BC WEST LODGE New WhereWiseMenFish destination

The Dean River is considered by many to be the premier Steelhead River in British Columbia. A medium sized river it is dwarfed by the towering backdrop of mountainous snow covered peaks from every perspective. To fish in these surroundings is simply awe-inspiring and the scale of the surroundings has to be experienced to be believed.

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Steelhead Fishing: The Suskeena Lodge British Columbia

STEELHEAD FISHING: THE SUSKEENA LODGE

The Suskeena Lodge is located on the Sustut River, a tributary of the famous Skeena River, located in Northern British Columbia. The Sustut is regarded as one of the finest steelhead rivers in British Columbia. The lodge building is a charming custom built log building with ample room to relax after your day of steelhead fishing.

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Steelhead Fishing: The Valhalla lodge British Columbia

STEELHEAD FISHING: THE VALHALLA LODGE

The Steelhead Valhalla Lodge is nestled in the trees along the banks of the Sustut River five miles upstream from the Sustut’s confluence with the Skeena River. The Skeena River System has been labeled the largest producing river for trophy steelhead in the world and the Sustut is the least fished of all the famous Skeena tributaries.

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British Columbia Fishing Reports & News

Fighting Steel on the Dean River fishing report

FIGHTING STEEL ON THE DEAN

The Dean river is revered amongst anglers as being one of the most prestigious and exclusive Steelhead rivers inn British Columbia. Quite amazing scenery surrounds this powerful river which is reputed as having some of the strongest King Salmon and Steelhead on account of its topography. BC West lodge plays host to a WhereWiseMenFish exploratory trip to see if the river and find out whether its fish live up to the reputation.

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Good Lessons From British Columbia At Nicholas Dean Lodge fishing report

"NEVER GIVE YOUR ROD TO THE GUIDE"

When it comes to size and power there are no migratory fish that can compete on either score than the Chinook or King Salmon. Full fishing report from Nicholas Dean lodge in Terrace, British Columbia, fishing the Kitimat river in July 2013. Pictures and video of the trip including a huge King Salmon approaching 50lbs.

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Nicholas Dean Lodge-BC -Salmon & Steelhead fishing report

NICHOLAS DEAN LODGE-BC - Salmon & Steelhead

Nicholas Dean was named '2012 Lodge of the Year' by Fly-Fusion magazine. It is easy to see why. The lodge sits in the epicentre of one of the greatest Salmon and Steelhead waterways anywhere. It is no surprise that it has been the centre of countless reports, articles and TV shows over the years.

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