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Upper Kalum Lodge

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Key Information:
Specialty Category: Fishing lodges
Location: British Columbia
Region: Canada
Min Price: 300 US Dollar (USD) per day
Max Price: 450 US Dollar (USD) per day

Picture yourself after a great day on the river your arms sore from landing so many fish. We pack the rods away, trailer the boat and climb up our private drive to the Lodge where a hot shower, a hot home cooked meal awaits you. We have coversation and talk about the days events and the next days adventure. Yes, this is the Upper Kalum Lodge and we are the only ones on the home stretch of Steelhead water before a raging canyon.

The Kitimat River flows into the Douglas Channel which is another part of our Jetboat adventure. We drop the crab traps in the morning and venture out on freshwater tributaries as well as running up the Kitimat River for fresh run Salmon. We also have access to a natural hot springs located in the channel for our guests to enjoy.

Property amenities:
We feature the Kitimat River, the Douglas Channel and its freshwater tributaries, the Nass River, the lower Skeena River Systems as well our private drift on the upper and lower Kalum River. This professional guide service targets large size Steelhead and Chinook. Our home base is Kitimat, British Columbia, located on the mountainous north coast in Western Canada. We cater to fly fishermen and drift fishermen from around the world.

Our service offers licensed angling guides who are dedicated to safety. You will experience your fishing adventure by drift boat or jet boat. Outfitter services are located minutes from the Kitimat River. In addition, the local airport is on the outskirts of Terrace, British Columbia, located approximately sixty kilometers from Kitimat. There are two airlines servicing the Terrace Airport with at least three flights returning to Vancouver daily.

Nearby attractions and activities:
WALK ON THE WILD SIDE- The Kitimat River Estuary is the most biologically productive area in the Kitimat Valley. Over 114 species, some very rare, have been recorded here. Peak birding times begin with the arrival of the eulachon fish (late March) and continue through to mid May. Expect to see ample numbers and species of ducks, geese, shorebirds, as well as a few unexpected visitors heading north to their Arctic breeding grounds.

PADDLE ON THE WILD SIDE- Lakelse Lake offers a superb opportunity to enjoy a relaxing canoe trip and spot some exciting birds at the same time. Lakelse Lake is alive with waterfowl and passerines from late April through to mid June. Paddle through the marsh area, up small meltwater streams, and straddle beaver dams. Loons and grebes’ haunting calls signal our arrival on the water while overhead Western Tanagers and Townsend’s Warblers feast on the abundant spring insects. Long dead snags make a welcome fast food outlet for Red-breasted Sapsuckers or a home for Violet-green Swallows. In the evening, a beaver, muskrat, or moose might make a welcome appearance.

A WILD, WEST COAST INLET- A boat ride along Douglas Channel offers excellent scenery, fresh salt air, and an opportunity to view one of BC’s endangered species - Marbled Murrelets. The first breeding record in British Columbia of Marbled Murrelet came from Gilttoyees Inlet, a northerly extension of Douglas Channel. We will journey back along this steep walled inlet and watch dozens of adults at close range feed, preen and rest in the quiet headwaters. When darkness approaches, they leave their watery restaurant and fly inland to secret nest sites.

Location:
Canada 550 miles North West Vancouver region

Policy:
Due to the popularity of the lodge, it us important to make all reservations well in advance. A deposit of ten percent( 10%) of the total accommodation is required upon receipt of confirmation. Full payment is required one month before your arrival. Deposits not received will result in the loss of space reserved. Deposits are not refundable unless a replacement is found or an alternative is made within the current fishing season.

About This Supplier
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Location: Canada
Joined InfoHub: May 2005
Client Request Served: 6

Picture yourself after a great day on the river your arms sore from landing so many fish. We pack the rods away, trailer the boat and climb up our private drive to the Lodge where a hot shower, a hot home cooked meal awaits you. We have coversation and talk about the days events and the next days adventure. Yes, this...

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