Kathleen River. This is a crystal clear blue river offers world class fishing for arctic grayling, rainbow trout, kokanee and lake trout. A jet boat trip takes you to these clean, clear waters that drain from beautiful Kathleen Lake. This is a fly-fisherman's dream. Watch for black bears, moose and bald eagles along the way.
Frederick Lake. A few years ago we were given access to a trapper's hand-built log cabin on the Kluhini River/Frederick Lake. Situated in a protected land area, this cabin can only be reached by foot, horseback, plane or - in high water only - by jet boat. The Kluhini River features world-class arctic grayling fishing with fish up to 60 cm. You can also fish for pike and lake trout and spot for moose, bear, beaver, lynx and mountain sheep.
Mush and Bates Lakes. Using a 4 wheel drive, we travel up an old mining access road, cross two streams and after two hours of driving, arrive at beautiful Mush Lake. We have a motor boat stored on the shore. These waters are fished virtually exclusively by us. Both Mush and Bates Lakes are home of trophy sized fish. We release all fish over 26 inches. You can test your strength on these lakes. We haven't always won! The river has a good stock of large arctic grayling. And when you aren't fishing, take a look at the beautiful mountain scenery that surrounds these lakes. Your chances of spotting wildlife are excellent. A moose wandered right past our campfire at Mush Lake once!
Aishihik Lake. This is the best water for giant lakers. Last year we caught many fish over 30 pounds, some even over 40. We travel on the big lake with a well equipped 115 HP boat and we have a nice log cabin for overnight trips.
Tatshenshini River. This salmon river is only 30 minutes from the lodge. In July we travel by jet boat to the best pools for king salmon. Fly or bait-fishing, your catch is almost guaranteed. If you're tired of the crowds and hoopla of Alaska's salmon rivers, then the Tatshenshini is for you. A wild river, surrounded by even wilder scenery. Your fishing experience is miles away from "civilization". At peak times, our guest can catch over ten salmon per day and catches over 50 pounds are not exceptional. The nearby Takanne River's ice-clear waters are paradise for the fly fishermen. In fall, Sockeye and Coho salmon ascend the waters.
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