Sunday, October 25, 2009

Special Offer: 2010 B.C. Steelhead Trips

This is the last week to take advantage of the early booking promo by Nicholas Dean Lodge. If you book a 2010 trip before the end of this month (Oct. 31st deadline), you will secure your booking at the 2009 rate of $3,695 CAD. Below are a sampling of prime weeks that are available at Nicholas Dean Lodge in 2010. Please give us a call to book your B.C. Steelhead and Salmon adventure!

Classic Spring Run SteelheadAF Logo - bold
Dates: April 11 - 17, 2010
Group Size: 8 Anglers
Host: Jason Hartwick of Steelhead on the Spey
Who should book this week:
This is prime-time for opportunities to fish for dime-bright spring Steelhead and summer/fall Steelhead that held over during the winter; this week is a fit for anglers who are strong casters while fishing heavy sinktips and large swung flies; anglers may fish the Kalum, Copper, and/or other remote coastal rivers; many two-hand / spey / switch rod anglers prefer fishing this time of the season.

Pacific Salmon "Super Slam" and Summer SteelheadSummer NDL
Dates: August 15 - 21, 2010
Group Size: 10 anglers
Who should book this week: Anglers desiring to "hookup" on the good numbers of anadromous fish; August is when the Lower Skeena experiences the absolute greatest density of migrating fish, from 5 species of Pacific Salmon to summer Steelhead; mostly single-hand rod fishing with sink-tips and medium sized flies; GREAT WEEK for kids and family trips!

Prime Coho Salmon and Fall SteelheadFall NDL
Dates: September 19 - 25, 2010
Group Size: 8 anglers
Who should book this week: Anglers who desire the potential to do a variety of fishing - sight fishing to Coho, skating dries for Steelhead on the Copper, sink-tip fishing on the Skeena and Kalum; combination of single-hand rods and spey can be utilized this time of the season; dry-line to sink-tips and small flies to big flies.

Prime Fall Steelhead
Dates: October 10 - 16, 2010
Group Size: 8 anglersAF Logo - bold
Who should book this week: This is fall prime-time for Steelhead and late-season Coho Salmon; this week suits anglers focused on fishing Steelhead in the classic manner - swung flies on dry line and sink-tips; famed tributaries such as the Copper and Kalum are usually in prime shape offering strong casters and spey rodders to "air-out" their lines with long casts to cover the water; summer Steelhead have arrived and fall fish are arriving each day; skating flies is still a possibility.