Sep 13th, 2018
For anglers interested in fishing for wild steelhead in a truly remote wilderness setting, this program should be on your short list. Located north of the Skeena watershed, Nass River Steelhead Co. is an intimate four person camp tucked into an old growth forest on the banks of the mighty Nass not far from the confluence of the Damdochax. While the camp is very basic, the food is exceptional. The nearest road is 150 km away and moose and wolves abound. In addition to five great runs within a short distance of camp, the camp fishes more than eight miles of water accessing key runs by raft and jet boat. Nass steelhead average 10-15 pounds but fish in the 20 pound class are not uncommon. These fish tend to be aggressive and when conditions align, catch rates can be impressive.
September 28 – October 5: 4 rods
Rate: $7,500 plus tax per person for a 7 night / 6 day package
Included: Accommodations and meals in camp, guiding, loaner rods and reels, transfers to from Terrace airport, standard helicopter flights, flies.
Not Included: Airfare to Vancouver/Terrace, overnight accommodations in Vancouver, alcohol, fishing license and steelhead stamp, gratuities.
Contact Ken at 800.552.2729 for more information on this available week