Skeena Spey offers a variety of guided fly fishing packages that include lessons from our staff of instructors, accommodation in our cozy cabins and gourmet meals prepared by our onsite chef, Dave Hughes.
Our guided fly fishing packages range from our popular Quick Trip Package which is perfect for a weekend vacation and for those that want to take advantage of the cheap airfare from Vancouver, to week long packages or even a 10 day extended week.
If you are looking for the ultimate bucket list item, consider joining us for the whole season from July 1 – October 31. This is a great option for clients who are recently retired and looking to reward themselves with a truly immersing guided fly fishing experience. Call us today for more info.
Looking for a weekend getaway?In Vancouver on business? This is the guided fly fishing package for you.
Our packages range from our popular Quick Trip Package which is perfect for a quick getaway for the weekend and for those that want to add on to a business or other trip.
Interested in a traditional week-long guided fly fishing experience? This package is for you.
A full week of fishing. Enjoy everything that the lower Skeena has to offer. This is our most popular trip length. Arrive on a sunday and leave on saturday. Fish Sunday through Friday
Extend your stay with our 10 night Anadromous Commitment package.
The name says it all, why take a week when you can fish for 10 days straight. This is the perfect length trip to experience the transition from Chinook Salmon season to Steelhead season.
Experience 4 months in Skeena Country from July 1 – October 31. Stay and fish guided everyday with gourmet meals, luxury accommodation and unlimited casting and tying lessons .
Stay the whole season. Why not? spend July 1 – October 31 chasing the fish of your dreams with our guides. You will get to fish the entire season living in a cabin on the Skeena. Watch Chinook Salmon season transition into summer and fall Steelhead and Coho fishing. You won’t miss a thing, living life through the seasons of the Skeena.