If you like to think pounds versus inches, get to Bristol Bay in August or September and swing up a beast with a spey rod.
A quintessential Canadian fly-fishing experience
There’s something mesmerizing about the Pacific Northwest and its dense rainforests and brawling rivers. And there’s nothing quite like getting a tight-line grab from a fish that just moved in from the ocean. This is all about believing in your fly, believing in the fish, and holding on tight when a 15-pound sea-run rainbow carves up the river. Big water, big fish, big dreams.
Nothing rewarding in life comes easy, which is why catching a permit, bonefish and tarpon—in a single day—remains one of saltwater fly-fishing’s ultimate goals.