Fly Fishing Hot Spots In Canada

by admin on September 18, 2013

Fly fishing is an activity that is continuing to increase in popularity with fisherman of all ages. Canada is one of the prime destinations of fly fishing. While you’re in the country enjoying your fly fishing excursion, you can take in some of the beautiful sites and take advantage of the quality lodging Canada has to offer. Here are some of the Canadian hot spots that will make your fly fishing experience especially enjoyable.

Tweed Area (Ontario)

This fly fishing location is beside the Zen Forest and those who love to be out on the water can catch an abundance of muskies and trout. There are also plenty of places to enjoy swimming and you can stay on Stoco Lake during your fly fishing adventure. The Beachwood Hollow Resort on the lake features quaint cottages that are available for rent. Weekly reservations are available for the summer which allows you to enjoy leisurely days out on the lake and relaxing nights in the comfort of the cottages.

Hatchet Lake Lodge

This lodge is in Maple Creek Saskatchewan. Vacation packages include guided fishing, which definitely comes in handy if you’re new to fly fishing. Your stay at the lodge also includes breakfast and dinner. At the end of your trip, you’ll likely be very proud of your catch of trophy lake trout, arctic grayling and trophy Canadian walleye.

A scenic boat tour is the perfect way to go fly fishing, especially if you’re trying the sport for the first time.










Scott Lake Lodge

Scott Lake Lodge is situated between Saskatchewan and the Northwestern Territories of Canada. The team of guides at the lodge will assist you in fun and successful fly fishing, and after fishing you can check out the rest of the wildlife near the lodge.

The lake water is clear so you can see the fish you want to catch, and many of the fish are between 6 and 8 pounds. However, some lodge visitors have caught fish between 15 and 20 pounds. There are plenty of places for you to picnic on the property, and you can even enjoy a few relaxing sessions at the Stone Haven Spa.

When you spend the day fly fishing, you’re likely to return to the lodge with a great catch.














Black Fish Lodge

When you arrive at British Columbia’s Black Fish Lodge, you’ll take a short boat ride out to the lake. Pink salmon, rainbow trout and chinook salmon are among the fish that you’ll catch during your stay at the lodge. There are also catch and release areas to visit in case you simply want to test your fishing skills without harming the fish.

If you want to spend all day on the water, you’ll love the Wakeman River float trip. The water is beautifully clear during the spring season, and turns a jade green hue throughout the summer. The lodge features a fireplace and is made from quality yellow or red cedar that comes from the forest close by. After a fly fishing outing you may want to end the day by spending time at the lodge’s sauna.

Of course, these are just some of the fly fishing spots that you can patronize while you take in the natural beauty of Canada. Keep in mind that if you want to get the best price possible on your fly fishing vacation package it is best to make your reservations at least six months in advance.

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