Canada Fly Fishing Trip BC 2009
Canada Steelhead Trip 2009, fly fishing steelhead with dry flies and nymphs on the mainland and on Vancouver Island. A trip to fly fish Western Canada with campers or with Van and Motel. Both variations have their own advantages and disadvantages. Which is chosen depends on the rent of the RV and the price of gasoline. Consumption of a RV lieth at 30 liters...
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In 2009 I was only with my friend Fritz on my way in British Columbia for steelhead fly fishing. The water conditions in the Skeena area were good. We met three women from Washington State, all fly fishers. We fished tohether the Bulkley River and the Copper River. At the Copper we all had success and caught steelhead.
After a week with of sickness Fritz and I deceided to drive down to Vancouver Island. In october is the temperature on Vancouver Island 10 degrese higher than up north. Mostly we spent the last week of the steelhead trip on Vancouver Island, to warm up a bit. There are a lot of options on the Island for fly fishing. The Cowichan River for exsample offer a really nice brown trout fishery, with dry flies and with nymph.
Also fishing at the beach in the seawater for cohos could be a nice experience with a fly rod.