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Westcoast Salmon & Halibut 2016

Westcoast Salmon & Halibut 2016 - And we’re off !!! It’s that time of year again.  We are headed to the Westcoast for our annual Salmon/Halibut season.  The season is already shaping up to be a good one. Reports of lots of Chinooks between 20 – 25 Lbs so far and the halibut are bigger than last year. We are fully booked until September, but...

Video –  Columbia River quality…..

Video – Columbia River quality….. - Here’s a quick video of a nice Columbia River Rainbow that we caught on the fly.  Great...

Kootenay Lake or Columbia River

Kootenay Lake or Columbia River - Our guides are having a good season so far on the lake and on the river.  Rainbows between 2 – 4 Lbs and Bull Trout up to 8 Lbs are coming in from the lake daily.  And the river is producing lots of 2 – 4 Lb Rainbows on light gear. Ask us about our half day or full...

Your Kootenay Lake specialists with over 20 years of experience

Reel Adventures offers premiere fishing packages for some of the best fishing in the World.  Our backyard is World famous Kootenay Lake.  It is known for the Giant Gerrard Rainbow Trout, which is the worlds largest wild Rainbow Trout.  And they are native to our lake. Kootenay Lake does not freeze over in the winter, so it is known for our year round fishery.  And winter is our prime.

In addittion to Kootenay Lake and Columbia River, we also offer Salmon and Halibut fishing on the west coast during peak season.  During the months of July and August, salmon are migrating to their home waters.  And we are fishing ‘the highway’ which they travel.


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June 21, 2016 |

The Fishing Report – June 2016

The Fishing Report June 20, 2016 Kootenay Lake: Although the fishing tourism is way down, the main lake has still been producing lots of the usual 2 – 4 Lb Rainbows, with a few Bull Trout also from 2 – 6 Lbs. Some of our best days see up to 20 fish being caught.  But, an average day would produce between 8 – 12 fish.  Lots of action to keep our guests busy. We have been mixing it up a bit lately as far as fishing location on the lake as well.  We have fished the extreme north, the extreme south, and the central portions of the lake and have found the better fishing...

April 18, 2016 |

The Fishing Report – April 2016

March was a pretty good month for fishing.  The weather started out a bit miserable, but it seemed to turn around during the second half.  We had another enjoyable month on the Rivers, as well as a lot of action on the lake. So, here’s the latest report: Kootenay Lake: It’s been a numbers game on Kootenay Lake.  Lots of days with 10 – 20 fish coming to the boat made for an exciting month.  Mostly Rainbows between 2 – 4 Lbs, but a few Bull Trout up to 12 Lbs have been caught lately as well.  As the water warms up, the fish will become even more active and we should also see...

March 12, 2016 |

The Fishing Report – March 2016

Spring fishing has been fun.  Although, after enjoying a nice month of February weather, we are now paying for it in March. During the warm spells, we have been spending  a lot of time on the rivers already.  Some great days catching Rainbows on the Columbia, and some fantastic days catching giant Bull Trout on the Kootenay River.  Hoping for some consistent weather in the next couple of weeks to allow us to continue our efforts on the rivers. Although, the weather doesn’t really bother us on the big lake.  The heated cabin of our lake boats allows for us to fish in all weather.  So, we haven’t slowed down.  Plenty of tourist traffic...

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