Canada offers diverse fly fishing options for the travelling angler. Canadien fly fishing opportunitis include the world's best trophy steelhead fisheries on the West side and the largest brook trout on earth on the East side. Montana Angler works with Steelhead Valhala to offer remote trips on the remote Sustut river which is the crown jewel of the Skeena tributaries and home to the world's largest wild steelhead. The Sustut is over 100 miles from civilization and can be accessed only by air. In the province of Labrador we have teamed up with Three Rivers Lodge to explore the fisheries of the remote Wood River wilderness.
Steelhead Valhalla Lodge: Huge Wild Steelhead on the Remote Sustut River in British Columbia
Leave the crowds behind and target the world's largest steelhead in the vast wilderness of British Columbia's Sustut River. This is one of the most remote tributaries of the legendary Skeena River and over 100 miles from civilization.
Three Rivers Lodge: Trophy Labrador Brook Trout at a Wilderness Camp
Experience the wilds of Labrador while chasing trophy native Brook trout at the Three Rivers Lodge camp located 150 miles from the nearest town. Fly anglers staying at TRL have exclusive access to the remote, nutrient-rich streams, rapids, and lakes of the Woods River system. The main camp is located on Crossroads Lake which is accessed by float plane. A full amenity outpost camp is located down river at the 5th Rapids where guests can spend a night or two and fish the productive middle section of the river.