Jul 18th, 2019
The Kispiox is a steelhead river of subtle moods, endless secrets, and staggering rewards. The family of head guide Jim Allen first homesteaded in the valley four generations ago in 1906. Since that time they have become as much a part of the Kispiox River as the river has become a part of them. When you are with Jim Allen and his crew of talented fly fishing guides, all of whom call the Kispiox River home, you are in very good hands.
Clients enjoy the lavish comforts of spacious, double occupancy rooms in Bear Claw Lodge. A massive timber frame structure with panoramic views of the upper Kispiox River, Bear Claw has set a new standard for elegance in the Skeena River watershed. Each day anglers float different sections of the Kispiox River in rafts and swing flies through a remarkable variety of water that is home to some of the largest steelhead in the world. In addition to the Kispiox River, anglers have the option of fishing the Skeena and lower Bulkley Rivers, depending on conditions. For all who appreciate skilled guides, fine accommodations and a shot at some of the world’s largest wild steelhead, this is the place.
Contact Ken at 800.552.2729 for more information on Bear Claw Lodge
Available 2019 Dates:
Aug 29 – Sep 5: 2 spots
Sep 5 -12: 2 spots
Sep 26 – Oct 3: 2 spots
Oct 17 – 24: 2 spots
Oct 24 – 31: 3 spots
$8,103 per person for a 7 night/6 day package
Included: Accommodations and meals at the lodge, morning round-trip transfers between Smithers and the lodge, guiding, house wine and alcohol, flies, BC taxes.
Not Included: Airfare, lodging and meals in Smithers, arrival and departure taxes, satellite phone charges, fishing licenses, laundry, staff and guide gratuities