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British Columbia Fishing Lodge

The Fly Fishing Lodge British Columbia is a full service wilderness lodge catering to a maximum of twelve guests in a secluded, pristine setting. Larry and Marlene Loney will welcome you with genuine old-fashioned hospitality, spoil you with fine dining and share with you the precious peace and quiet.

You will be met at the lakeside parking area by Larry and enjoy a scenic ten minute boat ride across Caverhill Lake. The world and your worries will be left behind. As you round a bend in the lake, the log lodge and lake shore cabins will come into view. Marlene will drop her chef coat and take the time to catch the boat and welcome you ashore. Once you have settled into your cozy cabin, you will be offered fresh cookies and strong coffee. At this point you will know that this will be a fly fishing vacation that exceeds your expectations.

Experience a BC Fly Fishing Vacation of a Life Time!

The cookie jar is sitting on top of an aerial view of fifteen lakes that are yours to fish. Slide the jar to the left as you snag another cookie and talk about the unique fishing experience. Wild Kamloops Rainbow trout are readily available. Each lake offers a challenging puzzle for the fisherman and the reward of the fight and acrobatics of a wild rainbow trout. The lakes are accessed by boat and a network of well marked trails lined with wild flowers and moss gardens. On arrival at your chosen lake for the day you will find one or two boats. The possibility of being the only boat out on a lake is a balm for the soul.

With over fifteen lakes and only twelve guests there is never a crowd. Pause, reflect, enjoy life and share the moment with a friend.

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It’s great just hiking up to a lake with only tackle and lunch in hand to find rowboats waiting in the water, easily launched from small docks.
Skip and Ann Morris
After five trips in just three years, I have run out of superlatives. Thanks for everything!
Mercer Island, Washington
It’s great just hiking up to a lake with only tackle and lunch in hand to find rowboats waiting in the water, easily launched from small docks.
Mike Koenigsberger