The steelhead fishing at the Bulkley River Lodge is simply world class. Bulkley River fly anglers have the ability to target good numbers of wild pacific steelhead over a three-month period. This extended run allows guests a chance to hit prime time conditions, which may be the most important part of fly angling to steelhead.
The steelhead of the Bulkley River are renowned for their aggressive nature. They also show a very curious side, as well. These tendencies give anglers the chance to present a great number of flies to the fish from big intruder style patterns in large runs to more pleasurable and exciting surface skating action in defined riffles. No one forgets their first steelhead breaking the surface and attacking their fly.
All of this great fly angling fun takes place on the beautiful Bulkley River, which is a special place. The river shows itself in many different ways as it leaves the mountains and cuts through the boreal forest and Bulkley Valley, headed to the Skeena River and eventually the sea. Anglers at Bulkley River Lodge can expect this fish and wade some of the best swinging water anywhere in the world!