Nass River Fishing Trips



Come experience the remote Nass River and some of British Columbia’s prolific steelhead fishing. Spend a full-week in BC’s rugged north on a wild river, swinging flies through untouched water for stunning wild steelhead. Space is limited to a maximum of four anglers per week, giving you unmatched access to the Upper Nass River and a private setting like few other steelhead camps in British Columbia.

Rates & Availability

Experience on of British Columbia’s most remote steelhead fisheries on the stunning Nass River with Chromer’s all-inclusive Nass Rive steelhead packages. The Nass River trips we offer vary in price depending on selected dates. Higher priced trips are during prime steelhead weeks. For availability and detailed pricing please contact us.

  • Six Day / Seven Night Lodge Packages

Trips Include:  Six days of fully guided fishing on the upper Nass River. Seven nights river camp accommodation. Helicopter transportation from Terrace to the Nass River. All meals. Fishing licenses.
Not Included: GST Tax 5%.  Guide gratuities. Airfare from Vancouver to Terrace.


Nass River steelhead packages run from early September to mid October. Space is extremely limited, for available weeks please contact us.

Camp Info

From Terrace you’ll fly via helicopter directly to the remote river camp located at the confluence of the Nass and Damdochax rivers.  This is a comfortable camp with accommodations in new wall tents and a cook house where hearty meals are served.

There are only four anglers at the lodge per week, offering a relaxed and private atmosphere. You’ll spend six full-days of guided fishing on the Upper Nass River, void of people and thick with steelhead. Each pair of anglers has their own private guide and each day is spent drifting various sections of the Nass. On departure day you’ll be helicoptered back to Terrace in time for an afternoon flight back to Vancouver.

Fishing Info

Nestled in the Skeena Mountains of British Columbia, sits one of the true gems of this province, the Nass River. Spanning some 400 kilometres, this truly remote, wilderness fishery offers everything the adventure angler is looking for.

The Nass River is home to a very strong run of wild Steelhead, that begin moving from the ocean into the river at the end of August and the run continues to intensify until November. The peak steelhead fishing period on the Nass is from mid September to mid October.

The Nass valley is situated roughly 250 kms northeast of Terrace, BC, a stunning first growth forest, this area has a healthy population of grizzly bears and moose. While fishing the Nass River guests stay at a remote river camp at the confluence of the Damdochax and Nass rivers. This strategic location gives fishing access to a variety of prime water on the Nass through the week.

It’s every steelhead anglers dream, to fly into a remote untouched stretch of water and cast the first fly through in hopes of that one big pull. The remote Nass River offers the ideal location for helicopter access and adding days of heli-fishing to your package is available on this trip. Fly through jagged peaks and huge glaciers, over dense old growth rainforest and river valleys to find the perfect steelheading spots. Rafts positioned on a number of rivers allow for float trips and the helicopters will stay with you for the entire day of heli-fishing.


All the Bulkley River packages originate in Smithers, BC, located a 1.5 hour flight north of Vancouver. There are multiple flights daily, we’ll give you suggested flights upon booking.


What are the typical arrangements to access the Nass?  

Our week-long Nass package run from Friday to Friday. It is suggested you travel from Vancouver to Terrace on Thursday. Overnight accommodations are included in Terrace and you’ll then fly by helicopter into the Nass on Friday. There are multiple flights from Vancouver to Terrace daily, so travel plans are easily made.

How many anglers per week does the camp hold?  

There are only four anglers per week, making this one of BC’s most exclusive steelhead trips!

How are the helicopters used for fishing and access?  

Access to the sections of the Nass where you’ll be fishing is by helicopter only! You’ll travel by raft, fishing the remotest sections of the Nass River and at days end helicopters are called via VHF radio to pick you up. This is truly a unique fly-fishing experience in the heart of the BC Wilderness.

Is this trip offered to solo anglers or is it groups only?  

We certainly do, this is a great trip for a solo angler, we can almost always pair you up with a fellow steelheader.

I’ve done little steelhead fishing, is the Nass River a good trip for me?  

It’s a great trip, a wonderful introduction to steelhead fishing in northern British Columbia with a healthy population of wild steelhead and very favourable river and wading conditions to keep you comfortable.

Why should we book our trip through Chromer Sport Fishing?  

Trust your trip with us and be confident you’ll be fishing with the best guides in British Columbia. We don’t offer crummy fishing trips, we’re the real deal, getting our clients into prime dates at BC’s hottest fishing spots. If you appreciate honest local expertise, a fully licensed business with an A+ Better Business Bureau rating and fair pricing then you need look no further.
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