Deep Creek Lodge – Skeena River

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Deep Creek Lodge Skeena River Steelhead and Salmon fishing

World-class fishing at the world-famous Skeena River. Fully guided steelhead and salmon fishing packages on Skeena Region, Terrace, British Columbia, Canada. This area is considered by anglers some of the best wild steelhead fishery in the world. The Skeena River and tributaries have numerous runs of Steelhead, Chinook (King), Coho (Silver), Sockeye, and Pink (Humpy) salmon that pass through from May to October

Accommodation

Deep Creek Lodge lays in the center of the lower Skeena Valley; close to the Kitsumkalum River surrounded by pristine forests and the extraordinary Coastal Mountains of Northern British Columbia. It is located conveniently just 15 minutes outside the City of Terrace in a quiet and exclusive location fully immersed in nature.

Deep Creek Lodge features 4 fully equipped rooms. Each room has two twin-sized beds and a full private bathroom, not an ensuite (not in the room)

Inside the resort, you’ll find a dining room, lounge room with a bookshelf of card games, and a patio. There’s even a hot tub with a deck, the perfect place to relax after a day on the water or explore the region.

Rooms are cozy with comfortable beds and a private, not en suite bathroom.

A variety of room configurations are available for your convenience: King size bed; queen bed; twins bed. Our beds are set with feather pillows, soft sheets,s, and a down duvet.

Food and Beverages

The owner of the lodge is Italian so you will experience Italian gourmet cuisine. Home-made ravioli or tagliatelle, penne al ragù, and spaghetti amatriciana; tender organic BC beef, halibut, salmon, and other Pacific seafood and for your final satisfaction a homemade delicious dessert complete our menu. A vegetarian menu is also available.

Fishing

Skeena River Steelhead and Salmon fishing
Experience world-class fishing at The Deep Creek Lodge. The lodge provides fully guided steelhead and salmon fishing packages in the Skeena Region, Terrace, British Columbia, Canada. This area is considered by anglers some of the best wild steelhead and salmon fishery in the world. The Skeena River and tributaries have numerous runs of Steelhead, Chinook (King), Coho (Silver), Sockeye, and Pink (Humpy) salmon that pass through from May to October.

Saltwater trips for Pacific Halibut, Lingcod, and Rockfish are available for fantastic inshore and offshore fishing.

All Fishing Supplies Included
No more than 3 guests per boat (or a family of 4)
Guides are equipped with a high-quality jet boat or drift boat, Deep.

The Guides

Whether you’re going after Steelhead or Salmon, The expert guides at Deep Creek will take care of all your needs. Friendly, experienced guides will take you to the best fishing spots and share their extensive knowledge to make this a lifetime fishing experience.

The Steelhead

Spring Season
Snow white-capped mountains, crispy crystal air, cold ginger clear low waters flow placidly before the melting season arrives. This is the time for the addicted steelhead angler that is looking for a fight with the most aggressive and strongest Skeena steelhead of the year. From late April the first run of Chinooks enter the Skeena and at any time coastal cutthroats, Dolly Varden, and bull trout are around.

Season: from April to mid-May

Size: All sizes

Summer Season
Enjoy the Skeena summer weather while fishing for the steelhead’s biggest migration of the year. All these fish have three things in common: they are all fresh from the sea, never saw a fly and they are chromed and powerful. No matter to which river they are heading, all these steelheads are swimming in the Skeena and you will be there to catch them. The summer is the season of the steelhead trophy catch, at the same time there are available all five Pacific Salmon species in the system.

Size: Average 8 to 10 pounds 20 lb are not uncommon

Season: from mid-July to mid-September

Fall season
The legendary season for steelhead fishing in the Skeena region. Last of the fresh summer steelheads are rushing the Skeena river and his tributaries to join the other steelheads that holding their position in the pools of the Skeena tributaries. This is the time of the year where you can hunt steelhead on a dry fly. 

Size: 8 to 15 pounds 20+ pounder are not uncommon

Season: from mid-September to mid-November

How to get there

Air Travel To Terrace, BC:

From your location, you need to travel to Vancouver, British Columbia International Airport (YVR), and then with a domestic flight, you will reach Terrace airport (YXT). At the airport, you will be picked up and transferred to the lodge.

 

 

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Accessability

  • Easy – Very little hiking required, easy for every one.
  • Modrate – Some hiking required.
  • Hard – Strenuous hiking require, good physical conditions required.
  • Mixed – Some easy access areas and others that require hiking.