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Fishing in Canada British Columbia Moose Lake Lodge

Moose Lake Lodge



British Columbia

Anahim Lake, BC V0L 1C0


Latitude: 53.076295

Longitude: -125.403400


(250) 742-3535

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World class fly fishing wilderness adventures await you! With our two full service Orvis Endorsed Fly Fishing Lodge locations we provide experienced guides and both guided and unguided fly fishing adventures for steelhead, salmon, rainbow trout, and cutthroat trout.

Our lodge at Moose Lake, located near the headwaters of the Blackwater River, Dean River, and Entiako River, is the ideal choice to fly fish for rainbow trout. From here we fly out to many rivers for rainbow trout, cutthroat trout, steelhead and salmon. Moose Lake has been a fly fishing destination for years, with excellent populations of scrappy rainbow trout for exciting angling for those days you choose not to fly out. We float and wade the Blackwater River for dry fly fishing that is great for all ages and skill levels. We fly out to wade and float rivers in Tweedsmuir Park, Kitlope Park, Fiordland Park, and in the Spirit Bear Rain Forest. You may experience trips to a different river each day of your adventure here.

Blackwell’s Dean River Lodge has been known for many years as a great spot to catch Summer Run Steelhead and Chinook Salmon in the Spring and Summer, and Coho Salmon in the Fall. With the lodge located at the mouth of the river flowing into the Dean Channel, the fish are as fresh and bright as chrome, with many still bearing sea lice. The lodge is on the shore of the Dean Channel, and with our float plane moored there we can fly out daily to other great waters in the nearby parks if desired.


The Chilcotin wilderness is well known for its dense population of Canada moose. Our main lodge at Moose Lake is in the heart of prime BC moose country.

Black Bear Hunts:
Hunt dates are May 20-26 and May 27-June 2 and June3-9, when the bears are fresh from hibernation and hides are excellent.
This area has a very high population of LARGE color phase black bears, because of excellent habitat and the fact that it is not over hunted. We mainly hunt them only two weeks in the Spring season when they are fresh out of hibernation and concentrated on feeding areas where they are relatively easy to find and stalk. The hides are excellent at that time, much better than coastal bears because of our colder temperatures. Success rates are very high during this time, averaging 170% for many years, because many hunters will shoot two bears. The hides range in size from 6 feet to 8 feet squared.

Our bear hunting camp is located on a nice lake shore near the North East portion of our hunting territory. The camp is right in great bear hunting, with good feed close by. From our bear camp we drive old logging roads that lead through old logged areas that produce excellent feed for the bears. We are able to spot and stalk the bears without long hikes. Often we can glass them from a distance and judge their size. We pick up the hides at the camp soon after the kill and fly them to the freezer at the lodge, insuring no spoilage occurs. Rainbow trout are plentiful at the bear camp, also at the main lodge at Moose Lake, where you may stay and fish after you have shot your bears.

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