July 6, 2015
The hot dry weather we are experiencing right now looks to be with us for a while longer yet. This means that we are going higher in elevation to local lakes that have colder water and more active fish. We are also able to get out to our rivers and fish for trout.
The river fishing is a bit limited now with medium/high water, but as the week progresses they should drop and access will open up.As of today there are still no salmon showing up in the rivers in Squamish. This should change shortly, in the next two weeks we should see the first fish showing up with sea lice on them.
Our premier summer excursion is a float plane fly-in day trip to Spruce Lake. Spruce Lake is a situated in a sub-alpine wilderness a short flight north east of Whistler. Typically, the fishing is non-stop with hard fighting rainbows. Bonuses include a spectacular flight over glaciated mountains and the chance to see mountain goats and grizzly bears. Call us for pricing.
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