Expedition Outfitters has teamed up with a leading Canadian Outfitter to offer the premier
Bull Trout Fly Fishing Experience in the Northern Rockies of British Columbia. We fish the uppermost glacial-fed tributaries
of the second largest river in North America...The McKenzie-Peace River System.
Our camp is situated at Ft. Grahame on Williston Lake Reservoir on the western slope of the
scenic Canadian Rocky Mountains. We have a beautiful three bedroom log cabin guest house that sits waterfront with a
spectacular view of the mountains. In addition to river fishing for Trophy Bull Trout we also target native Rainbow
Trout and Grayling in the high mountain streams and lakes. The fish are wild and fight like crazy. We access the
fisheries by pick up truck, raft, pack horses, jet boat or helicopter (extra fees for helicopter trips). We have a 5,000
foot runway that allows easy access to this remote wilderness camp via chartered bush plane.
The glacial and spring fed rivers we fish are the Ospika, Chowica, Akie, Finlay, and Ingenika. Bull Trout migrate
up these streams from Williston Lake in search of rainbow trout, kokanee, grayling and mountain whitefish which they readily
devour. Bull Trout are members of the Char family and they are apex predators with voracious appetites. They lay
in wait in the deeper pools and ambush their unwitting prey like freshwater sharks. We throw heavy, sparkly streamers
at these aggressive fish with 8, 9 and 10 weight fly rods. The strikes are brutal and the battles are tough in the moving
streams even so.
Our packages are "all inclusive" (except for
airfare) with guiding, lodging and meals included (we can handle special dietary needs). We specialize in fly fishing
but we can accommodate conventional anglers as well. We can provide equipment but you're encouraged to bring your own
as well. We'll provide you with a list of equipment and personal items you'll need. Our camp at Ft. Grahame is
located in the Rocky Mountain Trench and our altitude at camp is an amazing 2,300 ft. mean sea level. Even though our
camp is farther north than Ketchikan Alaska the weather is mild for a sub-arctic environment. The summers are delightful
with warm daytime temps and cool nights.
Travel information: Please allow two days
of travel to reach our comfortable but remote camp. The first day you'll fly the big aircraft to Prince George, BC.
Prince George is the largest city in Northern BC and has a modern airport with a restaurant and rental car counters.
The next day we'll arrange for a chartered bush plane to take you to our camp. We recommend at least three days of guided
fishing but most people elect for five. The cost is $700 per day per person (we don't charge for arrival and departure
days). Our season runs from July 20 to early October and spaces are limited. Please call or email us to book this