Fishing around Clearwater
With 50 well-stocked lakes within a one-hour’s drive of Clearwater, this part of beautiful British Columbia is a fisherman’s dream.
Hallamore Lake, on the grounds of Alpine Meadows Resort, has an abundance of rainbow trout. Catch your dinner right here in our waters! Fishing licenses and boat rentals are available.
Farther afield, the Clearwater River is an excellent place to try your hand at fly fishing, or choose to spend a quiet day casting your reel on Dutch or Dunn Lakes. The Mahood, Mad, Raft, and North Thompson Rivers each offer choice spots for anglers, as well. Inside Wells Gray Park, and around this region, remote and plentiful waters full of salmon and trout are often found at the end of a beautiful hike (a worthwhile reward!).
Sign up for a guided excursion, or wade in on your own –you’re sure to find the perfect honey hole.
Featured Fishing Excursions:
Little Fort Fly & Tackle – Little Fort boasts some of the best fly fishing in North America, with hundreds of quality lakes and several pristine rivers in the area. Little Fort Fly & Tackle provides guided trips. A full-day excursion includes transportation, a packed lunch, and tackle. Call 250.677.4366, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Silent Sport Guided Fly Fishing – Refine your fishing skills or visit the hottest spots for rainbow trout, salmon, or Dolly Varden char, on a guided fishing excursion with Silent Sport Guided Fly Fishing. Call 250.674.2557.
Other Fish Fun:
Clearwater Trout Hatchery – Fishing enthusiasts should be sure to visit the Clearwater Trout Hatchery. Open daily for visitors throughout the summer, the hatchery stocks over 330 lakes, and releases approximately 300 million fish per year. It’s a great place to visit for families and fish lovers, alike!
40 Old North Thompson Highway East, 250.674.2580.