SPECIAL GUIDED TRIPS
My GOAL is a "Quality" fish guiding industry in British Columbia
BOOKING NOW for:
- 2018 for Zymoetz (Copper) & Skeena River
- 2018 Skeena River summer-run Steelhead and Salmon
- 2018 Kitimat River for Coho (Silver) Salmon
- 2018 Multi Rivers for spring Steelhead
- 2018 Multi Rivers for spring Chinook
- 2018 Kwinamass River for Steelhead (April &May) only
- 2018 Nass and Coastal Rivers
- 2018 Douglas Channel ocean fishing for Salmon and Bottom fish
- 2018 Prince Rupert ocean fishing for Salmon and Bottom fish
-Need info to book "any" guided fishing trip now and for 2018-19 contact me anytime
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Prince Rupert Ocean Fishing
Fish on this Grady White for ALL the bottom fish plus ALL the Salmon, Dungeness Crab and Alaskan King Crab...with a captain who has over 40 years experience. If you are interested to book a charter please contact me anytime for ALL the details.
Dustin and his team of pro fishing guides are the premier exclusive wild salmon and steelhead outdoor adventure destination and the only lodge in North Western BC that can offer a different adventure every day, each time you come to the lodge. They have access to over 50 rivers and lakes, saltwater fishing, fly and conventional fishing, all species of salmon and trout, including outdoor adventure. They can organize adventure sport like mountain biking, kayaking, hiking, camping, off road motor cycle tours, skiing and snowmobiling.
Their guests stay at a "first class" fishing lodge
The Skeena River system may be the last pervasive wild salmon and steelhead fishery in the world; itís well protected and will become a legacy for the clients of Dustin to enjoy for many years to come.
In 1983 Noel Gyger started a guiding service and magazine called BIG FISH COUNTRY. A very successful operation focused on catching the largest salmon using conventional fishing methods.
In 1987 Noel and friend, Cosmo Zavaglia started Northwest Fishing Guides and Lodge shortly there after. Noel and Cosmo established a reputation and grew the business over the next few years.
In 1997, Noel and his wife Gail purchased Cosmosís share of the lodge. Both of them continued to grow the business. With hard work, dedication and a good team of fishing guides, the company was a success.
In November 2001 Noel and Gail retired and sold the business to Dustin and his partners. Dustin and his team have amassed over 850 repeat clients from all over North America, Europe and Asia.
They have been featured on many sport fishing television shows with over 11 shows produced with Canadian Sport Fishing shown on The Outdoor Life Network and the Sports Network in Canada. In the USA we have been featured on ESPNís Fly fishing the World with John Barrett and Steve Abel Reels.
Head Guide Dustin, an avid BC fisherman since the age of 2 and a former guide for Noel Gyger. Dustin is dedicated to offering the highest quality fishing adventure in Northwestern BCís Skeena Region.
Trip Package includes:
Federal and Provincial
Trip Package does not include:
Transportation from your
place of residence to Terrace BC airport and return
I am pleased to offer numerous fishing packages for each of the main seasons on the world-renowned Skeena River and its tributaries in 2010:
Spring Steelhead & Spring Chinook March 14 to May 20, 2008
Classic northwest steelheading at its best. They guide on many wild and scenic rivers filled with large, wild Steelhead. Mid-way through the season, aggressive Spring Chinook begin to show and add an exciting dimension. They have limited space during this popular season.
This is a great time for both fly (spey and single hand) and spin rods for BIG Steelhead on the Kalum, Lower Copper, Kitimat and main Skeena. Here is a photo of the record 32-pound fish from the Kalum River. Space is limited. Secure your spot by contacting me today.
Chinook Fly Fishing April 26 to August 6, 2008
Looking for big game fly fishing in fresh water? Like the challenge of hooking and landing big, sea-run fish? If so, I have just the package for you. The Skeena region offers the fly fisher prime opportunities to target chrome-bright, aggressive Chinook (King) Salmon in three seasons.
Trophy Chinook July 13 to August 6, 2008
Trophy Chinook season in North-western British Columbia is when we do battle with the giants of the Skeena. The rivers are full of massive Chinook (King) Salmon, which average as astounding 20 to 50-pounds. Fish over 70-pounds are caught every year and there is even a chance at a Salmon over 100-pounds. These fish are fresh from the sea and in peak condition. They are chrome bright and extremely powerful. Expect sore arms and hot thumbs!
Skeena Camp Package July 13 to September 20, 2008
Simply put, North-western British Columbia's Skeena River is the Steelhead and Salmon superhighway. In summer and fall the lower main channel Skeena hosts vast numbers of migrating Steelhead, chinook, Coho, Sockeye, Chums and Pinks headed for numerous upriver tributaries. To take full advantage of this prolific fisher and offer a high-quality, high-value fishing adventure, Dustin and his team have developed an on-river Skeena Camp package. Renowned rivers such as the Babine, Kispiox, Sustut, Bulkley, Morice, Copper (Zymoetz) and Kalum enter the Skeena above their camp and all fish bound for these rivers must pass directly in front of them before reaching their spawning grounds. Only a day or two out of the ocean, at the peak of their size, strength and beauty, these are among the biggest and most aggressive Steelhead and Salmon on Earth. To hook one of these fish on a fly in the broad, lower Skeena is to touch the heart of the wilderness - an experience not to be forgotten!
Summer Steelhead & Five Species of Pacific Salmon August 6 to September 6, 2008
If you're after the ultimate Trout - the meanest, hottest, sea-lice covered, Monster Steelhead - you'll want to be on the lower Skeena and tributaries during this season. These awesome fish average 8 to 15-pounds, 20-pounds is not uncommon, and a world record catch is not beyond imagination. It's typical for even average fish to go on unstoppable runs, leaping all the way. These ultra-chrome rockets have left many an angler with shaking hands and wanting more. There is also the added bonus of being able to catch all five species of Pacific Salmon during this time.
Fall Steelhead & Trophy Coho August 31 to October 25, 2008
This is the season that has made the Skeena justifiably famous. Fish wild rivers for huge, aggressive Steelhead. Their fall fish are surface-oriented and can readily be taken with waking and dry flies. Skeena Coho (Silver) average 10-pounds, commonly reach 20-pounds, and world record 30-plus fish are always present. They fish some of the most beautiful wilderness rivers in the world. Towering, snow-capped mountains rising over 3000 feet above meandering streams surrounded in the orange, red and green of British Columbia's coastal autumn make for an experience that you'll never forget. It doesn't get any better!
Early Winter Steelhead October 26 to November 23, 2008
This is indeed a special season, a season of legendary fish and legendary anglers. Non-steelheaders think it's insane to step out into a frost-covered morning and wade into a freezing , wild river. We know better though. Dustin and his team know pools full of large, Wild Steelhead awaiting any angler brave enough and prepared to face the elements. A few casts. A solid strike. A savage battle and it all comes together as you look down on the shimmering, broad shoulders of a large buck Steelhead in the shallow water at your feet. If this if what you live for, their Early Winter Steelhead season is for you.
Helicopter Fishing Options April 20 to November 23, 2008
They offer many unique helicopter fishing options for the adventure-minded angler. Helicopter allow the opportunity to fish untouched expanses of spectacular wilderness rivers that teem with Trophy Steelhead and Salmon. Approximate cost for Helicopter is $2000 to $4000, depending on which rivers are fished.
I am sure you will enjoy your experience in the exclusive Skeena Valley fishery.
"Where every cast is an adventure!"
"Thanks for an unforgettable experience! First Steelhead on a fly, what more can I say ... appreciate all the hard work!" - Peter McLeod, England
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Fish for world record Steelhead and Salmon on trophy waters. They feature the Kitimat River, its lower tidal section, the Douglas Channel and its freshwater micro-streams, the Nass River, the lower Skeena River System as well our class 1 fishery on the Kalum River. This professional guide service target large size Steelhead and Chinook and other Salmon. Their home base is Kitimat, British Columbia, located on the mountainous north coast in Western Canada. They cater to fly fishermen and drift fishermen from around the world.
Owner Tracey Hittel holding guest Chinook Gentlemen with fly caught Steelhead
Welcome to British Columbia's finest outdoor operators, established in 1999. Tracey's service offers licensed angling guides who are dedicated to safety. You will experience your fishing adventure by drift boat or jet boat. He also offers day charters on the ocean and helicopter fly-out to remote coastal rivers. Fishing, exploring, sightseeing, are things you can expect, as well the history that surrounds this fine, beautiful, pristine, coastal countryside.
Wilderness River Coho fishing Group get together to swap fish stories
Kitimat River Lodge Upper Kalum Lodge
Kitimat River Lodge is located on the cliffs carved by the Kitimat River. It boasts 18 suites, 12 junior suites with double bed, as well as 6 deluxe suites with two double beds. The Upper Kalum Lodge has facilities to accommodate a group of up to fifteen guided fishermen.
"We've been fishing with Tracey for 5 years and look forward to the next trip every year. Whether it be drifting for fat Chinooks on the Kitimat or targeting Steelhead off the Skeena. Tracey has always delivered an exciting trip. His equipment is top notch and he is constantly checking the little things to hook more fish. Tracey is professional and passionate about what he does. In the Pacific Northwest, this is the "go to" guy." - Brian & Brenda Kochan, Saskatchewan
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WELCOME: Owner Andrew (bottom left) has been fishing the Skeena region for over 36 years, with 21 years guiding and 2 years fisheries work. Andrew was an assistant guide for Noel Gyger at one time. He knows the spots and all the tactics for both spin and fly fishermen. You will enjoy the personalized service he offers.
Andrew's lodge is located by the Kalum River with a spectacular mountain view. The lodge provides accommodation for up to 8 guests. Two acres of lawns and gardens surrounded by old growth forests makes this a truly unique setting.
The Skeena river system offers a variety of water for different levels of anglers. He also guides the Nass River and many of its tributaries and other wilderness coastal rivers. He guides both classified and non classified waters. His season starts in early spring and goes until late fall. He employees highly qualified Assistant Angling Guides (AAG) who have years of fishing and guiding experience. The guiding "team" has a wealth of local knowledge on the techniques and tactics to give you the best fishing experience possible.
Clients will fish as many as five different rivers depending on time of year and length of stay.
"Home of the Records"
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Nimmo Bay Resort - Helicopter Fishing Adventure
Premier South to mid Coast
Secure, Secluded, Serene
Join them for the most incredible fishing experience of a lifetime. Depart the resort each morning in A-Star helicopters and travel from sea level to 7,000 feet and down again into the Great Bear Rainforest where some of the most private and desirable fresh water fishing in the world await. Fly fish or spin fish all day for Rainbow & Cutthroat trout, Steelhead, Char and all 5 species of Pacific Salmon: Chinook, Coho, Chum, Sockeye and Pink. Be guided on the following classified rivers: Wakeman River, Nekite River, Kingcome River, Kakweiken River, Ahnuahti River, Seymour River as well as over 40 unclassified rivers and lakes throughout northern Vancouver Island and the central coast from Knight Inlet to Bella Coola.
In 2007, out of 10 Heli fishing and tour resorts and lodges from around the world, Nimmo Bay Resort was voted number one by the prestigious, New York based Forbes Traveler magazine. Cast here to read more.
June 6, 2008 Announcing BOOK RELEASE from Nimmo Bay Resort
William Shatner and Craig Murray during the filming of Boston Legal
Most of their guests have been asking for years for this epic production, and now, AT LAST, after 30 years of operation, their book, The Nimmo Bay Odyssey, is now in progress and will be coming off the press sometime around the end of 2008. Cast here to read more and pre order a copy.
Nimmo Bay Cuisine - Dining in their Temporal Nexus
The culinary experience at Nimmo Bay has been described by some as "Almost Biblical" and by others as "Bombastic". Their breakfasts are worth waking up for and their evening meals are highlighted with fresh, local seafood. Their bread, pastries and ice creams are made in their own bakery. They can not guarantee that 100% of the calories have be removed, however they can guarantee you will be completely satisfied.
Trip Package Includes:
BOOKING NOW - Spring Steelhead Heli-Fishing
"Wild" Spring Steelhead Heli-Fishing Trip April/May
One of the many reasons Harper's Hideaway Report named Nimmo Bay Resort "Fishing Resort of the Year" for 1997 and 2004 is that Nimmo Bay provides a most spectacular and unique fishing experience. They create memories and exceed expectations. They have definitely put the "FLY" into fishing. Let them take you beyond tradition and transcend the angling norm of fishing only one body of water.
Nimmo Bay's Steelhead fishery is stellar! They have at their fingertips, six major classified waters of the BC central coast, plus many remote rivers of northern Vancouver Island. Here, they angle for Steelhead which weigh in at 10 to 30-pounds. Your helicopter accompanies you all day, throughout this Angling Odyssey.
2008 will see more spaces at Nimmo Bay for anglers seeking the elusive and magnificent Steelhead. From April 17 to the 3rd of June, every Thursday evening, guests will arrive full of anticipation of the prospect of days spent hooking and releasing one of nature's truly great sport fish. Each helicopter will have four anglers with two guides, leaving camp every morning to fly over 30,000 square miles fishing of prime Vancouver Island and Mainland fishing rivers for Steelhead, Dolly Varden Char, Rainbow and Cutthroat trout.
"Even those returning to Nimmo Bay for second or third time are... overwhelmed by the sheer magnificence of the location and hospitality." John Howarth (Ret), Bombardier Aerospace
BOOKING NOW - Fall Chinook and Coho Heli-Fishing
Special trip for group of four. They will have their own helicopter with 2 guides, 1 for every two anglers.
Boldly go where no man has gone before, to explore undiscovered territory and fish for Wild Coho, Wild Chinook, Wild Steelhead, Rainbow trout, Cutthroat Trout and Dolly Varden Char. Wet and dry flies can be used and this will play out as an adventure not to be duplicated. Your "Angling Odyssey" is of course a Heli-Fishing adventure at Nimmo Bay Resort. Four very fortunate anglers will spend four days casting to their favorite fish and discovering new fishing holes.
You will have your own private helicopter, your own guide with a friend, and unlimited access to some of BC's fabulous wilderness rivers, both classified and un-classified. A professional guide will accompany 2 anglers, as the rivers are fished from top to bottom. Your pilot considers mountains as mere hurdles, as you move from on paradise to another in a blink of an eye. And at the end of the day you will return to a hot tub, a massage, a coastal feast and sleep that is best described as "the best ever".
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A 50% deposit is required to confirm your reservation. Contact Noel Gyger firstname.lastname@example.org to begin your Angling Odyssey.
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