Walk n wade or Jet boat trips available for Bull Trout

March/April is Peak time for Squamish River Bulls! Late May to early July peak on the Upper Pitt River.

Our Bull Trout flyfishing guides in Vancouver BC provide an incredible outdoor experience combined with some of the finest success rates you can get! Our Bull Trout guides have a deeper understanding of fish behaviour, feeding patterns and river dynamics(we know where to find ’em!).

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Squamish River Bull Trout Fly Fishing trips

Available March/April and November/December  Includes pickup from downtown Vancouver hotels plus all tackle/waders

5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 15 March 2016

Had a successful day on the Squamish river hooking into and landing multiple Bull Trout. Brian put us right where we needed to be. I was impressed with his ability to read the river and know right where there would be fish.

Squamish River Bull Trout are numerous and average 2-3 lbs but fish in the 5 to 10 lb range are caught every season. The Squamish River is a 50 minute drive Northward from Vancouver, BC and is a 100% catch and release fishery that is easy for walk n wade trips. The river is set in a tight valley surrounded by 7,000 ft glacier capped mountains that provides excellent scenery and a abundance of wildlife such as Bears, Elk, Eagles and more. Squamish Bull Trout are actively feeding on Salmon fry, eggs or flesh depending on the time of year. All our flies are hand tied by our guides and are utterly irresistable for Bull’s. Stellar days  of fly fishing happen on the Squamish river and it’s rather easy to fish with it’s long sweeping runs and lots of back casting room. By catches of Steelhead, Cutthroat and Rainbow Trout also happen here. Check out our Squamish River Fishing packages for more details on multi day fishing trips. Learn more about BC Bull trout.

Walk n wade Rates

Single person $595  

2 people $795

*Includes 8 hrs fishing, hotel pickup from Vancouver, all equpment and organic lunch. 5% tax, licenses and gratuities not included. 1/2 day rates subtract $125

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Squamish River Bull Trout Fly Fishing Action from March 2016


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Bull Trout Fly Fishing on the upper Pitt River

Jet boat only and available Late May – mid July

Our Pitt river fly fishing trips depart from Grant Narrows regional Park 30 minutes east of Vancouver and then requires a 35 minute jet boat ride up scenic Pitt lake before entering the upper river where we travel another 5 – 15 minutes up river through some stunning scenery. The Upper Pitt river produces one of the highest numbers of Bull trout found in North America. Average size of Bull’s is 3 lbs but plenty of 5-10 lbers are available. Fly fishing is very good here when river conditions are ideal. Walking, wading and swinging flies is the way to fish here. Our clients have landed over 50 Bulls in one day with just 2 rods chucking flies! This is a great fishery due to the strict catch and release regulations here and it’s remote access.


Single $800

2 people  $1000

3 people  $1200

*Includes all equipment, organic lunch & snacks, photo/video taking.

Not included: License, 5% tax and transport to Pitt lake boat launch. Transport from downtown Vancouver hotels is available for additional fee of $100.

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Bull Trout Flyfishing on the Upper Pitt June 2016

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