Not far from the crowds of Vancouver, the forests of three parks surround and create this remote location accessible by boat or float plane. The Pacific Coastal Mountain Range isolates and protects this glacier fed river. Designated as a catch and release only river and it is only the Pitt River is by far the most productive Salmon, Steelhead and Trout River in the Lower Mainland.
Fly Fishing on the Pitt River
From Vancouver, remote wilderness fly fishing is only minutes away.
The Pitt River and our lodge is a 30-minute floatplane flight from Vancouver harbour or a 45-minute boat ride from Pitt Meadows, an hour outside of downtown Vancouver. This fishery is open 12 months a year.
Our Fly Fishing Lodge
Far from the crowds of Vancouver, our wilderness fishing lodge is nestled at the north end of British Columbia’s spectacular Pitt Lake. It’s the largest freshwater tidal lake in North America, sheltered by the Pacific Coastal Mountain Range which protects the glacier fed Pitt river.