Abundant Stillwaters by the Thompson River
Kamloops is tucked into the western slope of the Rocky Mountains on the mighty Thompson River. “The Loops” boasts a population of around 80,000 people. Small enough to feel at home, and big enough to ensure there are enough pubs to wet your whistle.
Its location on the Trans Canada highway about 3 hours north of Vancouver makes travel to Kamloops simple by car and there’s service by air and rail. The city has many hotels and B+B’s and we’d be happy to provide a recommendation for you. Kamloops is world renowned for its stillwater fisheries.
Fishing Various Lakes near Kamloops
Kamloops has well over 100 medium to small lakes within driving distance. You'll have the chance to catch 20+ fish / day, and the opportunity to hook into a 10+ pound rainbow. A long growing season, nutrient rich waters that promote epic insect life, and an extensive provincial management program provide near perfect fishing.
Wet line leeches, sight casting to cruising rainbow, chironomids with strike indicators are just a few of the styles you'll use and our guides will show you how. Whether you want quantity, size, or both, our guides know these waters and will put you on the right lake at the right time.
A trailered G3 17 foot flat bottom pram that's wide and stable accommodates two guests, and is set up to be comfortable for long days on the water. On request for some of our smaller lakes with bigger fish, we use a car top 12 foot aluminum pram accommodating only one guest.
Half Day & Full Day Package Includes
- Pick up from your hotel
- 4 -5 hours half day
- 8 -9 hours full day
- 7-8 hrs of fishing
- Lunch and non-alcoholic beverages.
- Rods upon request
What to Bring With You
- 9-10 foot rods, ranging from 4-6 weight.
- Floating, full sink, and intermediate sinking lines are recommended.