Whistler Fly Fishing Trips

Our experienced fly fishing guides are your experts for fly fishing all the local lakes and rivers near Whistler, B.C. We offer year-round, guided day trips where we will fish for various trout and salmon species, depending on the season. If you're traveling to Whistler, you won't want to miss this opportunity to see the best the area has to offer!
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Guided Fly Fishing Trips in Whistler, B.C.

Whistler Fishing Trips

Full Day Trips

Full Day Trips are 8+ Hours

1 Angler: $795 CAD or $695 USD
2+ Anglers: $595 CAD per person or $465 USD
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Whistler, B.C. Fly Fishing Trips

Half Day Trips

Half Day Trips are 4+ Hours

1 Angler: $595 CAD or $545 USD
2+ Anglers: $495 CAD per person or $390 USD
Book A Half Day Trip

All trips Include the Following:

  • One Professional Angling Guide  for every 2-3 guests
  • Premium Fly Fishing Gear including SAGE Rods and Reels and SIMMS Waders and Boots required for the trip and flies and instruction!
  • Transportation to and from your  accommodation or designated meeting location
  • A fabulous lunch with beverages is provided on all full day trips
  • Trips usually start between 6am - 8am and end between 4pm-6pm, however, departure and finish times are discussed to meet your needs

Prices do not include 5% GST Tax or gratuities. Clients will also be required to purchase a BC Freshwater Fishing License and applicable tags. Group trips of 4 or more will have a 20% gratuity added to the trip.

Call or email now to begin planning your next fishing memories. You can book online using this reservation form or call us toll free at 1-877-858-7688 or click here to send us an email with your request.

2019 Season


For the Summer of 2019 we offer fly fishing for wild rainbow trout, bull trout, cutthroat trout, and pink salmon. Mid to late September the coho salmon will begin to return to our system followed by the chum in late October and November.

We will also be offering our popular heli-fishing trips for sea-run bull trout in Late June through August.

Reservation Policy

All persons on a guided trip will be required to sign a liability waiver. A deposit within 2 days of booking will confirm your reservation.

Cancellation Policy

A deposit within 2 days of booking will confirm your reservation. The balance is due 30 days prior to your trip. We are a small operation and cancellations significantly affect us. Once you have booked a trip with us our lives are on hold for you. Therefore, we uphold a strict cancellation policy. We will happily refund your deposit, less a 15% cancellation fee if you cancel at least 90 days prior to arrival. Post this time we regret that no refund is possible.

What To Bring

June to September
  • Favorite fishing hat
  • Sunglasses (polarized preferred)
  • Pants / jeans (shorts not recommended)
  • Waterproof jacket
  • Dress in layers (no cotton)
    • T-shirt
    • Long sleeved shirt
    • Wool or thermal socks (no cotton)
  • Camelback suggested for river trips

Whistler River Fly Fishing

There are several rivers in the Whistler area that offer fly fishing opportunities at various times of the year. Dry fly fishing is available in summer months in Whistler and just north of Whistler in the Pemberton area.

Upper Cheakamus River

Throughout the months of August through to October enjoy fly fishing for wild rainbow trout to 12 inches on the upper Cheakamus river. As this is a high mountain stream without access to the ocean, the trout tend to be small but plentiful. Trout will take dry flies, wet flies, and nymphs. If you are looking for bigger fish you’ll need to travel to Squamish or by helicopter on one of our heli-fishing trips!

Upper Cheakamus River Fly Fishing

Birkenhead River

The Birkenhead is one of our most scenic streams. The “Birk” offers some great dry fly fishing opportunities and is the final spawning destination for several species of Pacific salmon. A genetically unique species of chinook salmon begin to arrive in the Birkenhead river in the month of May along with Sockeye in the months of August & September. Although chinook and sockeye are not species that are targeted in the Birkenhead as there is no legal salmon fishery in that stream, the salmon return definitely spurs on some fantastic fly fishing for resident fish. Anglers can enjoy fly fishing for rainbow trout, cutthroat trout, bull trout, and mountain whitefish in the months of July through October.

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Whistler Lake Fly Fishing

Lake fly fishing in Whistler is mostly for stocked rainbow trout, wild bull trout, and stocked cutthroat trout. These trips can be out of a boat or float tubes depending on the size of the lakes and all fishing is catch and release. We offer loch-style fly fishing from our jon boats for those interested in a more authentic fly fishing experience. Learn to fly fish from boats using the same methods our guides use in competitive fly fishing world wide.

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Season: April 1-Oct 31
Optimal Fly Fishing Times: May/June Sept/Oct

Alta Lake is Whistler’s second largest lake and is located centrally in the Resort Municipality of Whistler. Historically, Alta Lake was a premier fly fishing destination in the late 1800 through 1930’s. Rainbow Lodge was located on Alta Lake, where clients would travel by rail for hours to get to the remote Wilderness Lodge owned by Alex and Myrtle Phillips.

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  • Alta Lake
  • Alpha Lake
  • Nita Lake
  • Lost Lake
  • Green Lake

Looking for a remote fly fishing experience check out our fly-in fishing options or heli-fishing opportunities!

"Great Day of Fishing!"

"While on vacation in Whistler the guys spent a day fishing with Clint and crew. They had a fantastic time. They learned a lot about fly fishing, enjoyed their time on the river and every one of them caught fish! My husband said "That guy Clint is the real deal!"The equipment is top notch and it was an excellent experience. We would highly recommend!! Thanks!"


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