Planning a BC fishing trip isn’t always easy, there are a ton of options and it’s hard to narrow down what’s good and what’s not. Be sure to visit our BC Steelhead Information page, it has a ton of resources regarding steelhead fishing here in British Columbia. In the meantime here’s a few questions we get asked often…
Space at almost all the lodges and camps we have listed above sell out every year. There may be a small turnover, but those vacant spots are usually filled by eager waiting lists. If you're interested in a trip let us know, we have access to available dates most others don't ever see.
These steelhead experiences are well suited to moderate to experienced anglers. Having two-handed spey casting experience is certainly a bonus. These are involved trips that take planning and dedication to enjoy.
We don't advertise package prices because they change so much it's hard to keep up. Most week long all-inclusive packages range from $5000 - $7500 USD.
Guided fishing on classified rivers will run you around $1200-$1500 for two people. Guiding on non-classified rivers is much cheaper, with prices ranging from $600 - $900 for two people depending on the experience.
In BC we have classified rivers which means there is limited access to them. Guides must carry rod days to guide on a particular river and will have a certain amount of days they can guide each year. This protects the rivers from over fishing but also drives prices up.
Most of the iconic BC steelhead rivers are classified. Rivers like the Skeena and Dean are classified through steelhead seasons. A special classified waters license is required to fish on these rivers.
Contact the pro team at Chromer Sport Fishing, we have access to prime steelhead dates and the best guides in BC. You can also call us toll free 1-877-902-3393 or email us at email@example.com.