What do fish from B.C.’s world-renowned Bulkley, Babine and Morice rivers have in common? They have to swim up the Skeena River and past Terrace, B.C. to get there.
Deep Creek Lodge in Terrace gives you a shot at those steelhead and salmon when they are fresh from saltwater and full of piss and vinegar. While it’s common for lodges upstream to charge $8K to $10K a week to fish those famous rivers, you can go for a fraction of that price and catch the same fish.
Deep Creek Lodge offers fishing for steelhead, five species of salmon (Chinook, coho, sockeye, chum and humpback) on the Skeena, Copper, Kalum and the Kitimat rivers, as well as trout fishing for cutthroat and Dolly Varden char.
With that much opportunity, Deep Creek Lodge offers a long season for anglers.