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River Fishing

River Fishing - We fish the Mighty Columbia River from March to November, and sometimes throughout the winter if the weather allows.  Plenty of good fishing to be had on this river with Wild Rainbows and Walleye being are key targets.  Flyfishing, float fishing, or spin casting, we can accommodate any fisherman. We also fish a couple of the Kootenay River and...

Lake Fishing

Lake Fishing - Our backyard is Kootenay Lake and we fish here all year round.  Even in the winter.  Our lake never freezes over and the fishing is actually better throughout the cooler months.  Our boats are fully enclosed and heated for all weather conditions.   Check out our Kootenay Charters page for more details.         Mitch’s Biggest Rainbow...

West Coast Salmon & Halibut

West Coast Salmon & Halibut - Ocean  (Salmon & Halibut) During the months of July, August, and September, we send one of our boats and guide to the west coast of Vancouver Island. The small fishing village of Ucluelet is our home for the summer.  The offshore banks attract millions of migrating salmon each year, and it is not uncommon to hook into more than...

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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Fishing Report - Our Monthly Analysis

November 18, 2017 |

The Fishing Report – Nov 2017

Here’s the latest fishing report from the pro’s at Reel Adventures. The current fishing report…………………  ( from my office ) The Fishing Report – Nov 2017 October was a fun month for fishing. The weather was a mixed bag, but that didn’t keep us away from the lake or the rivers. So, here’s the latest report: Kootenay Lake: Still catching the numbers in Kootenay Lake, which makes it fun for most groups.  We’ve had the pleasure of  entertaining guests from Texas, California, Colorado, Washington, Idaho, BC,  Alberta, and Saskatchewan this past month, and its been a blast. Lots of days with 10 – 15 Rainbows coming to the boat, and the Bull Trout have been chomping a...

October 6, 2017 |

The Fishing Report – Oct 2017

The current fishing report…………………  ( from my office ) It’s been a busy tourist month for us and we have been on the water a lot. Here’s the latest fishing report: Kootenay Lake: The first half of September was still fairly hot and smoky, and the fish were still a bit lethargic.  However, once the weather cooled and the skies became clear again, it was definitely the beginning of some pretty good fishing. Our groups during the second half of the month have been experiencing some great days on the water.  Lots of days with 6 – 10 fish, and lately we’ve had some 10 -15 fish days as things cooled off. A good...

September 12, 2017 |

The Fishing Report – Sept 2017

We’re Back from the West Coast !! We’re back from the West Coast !!!! What fun season on the coast this year.  The best part was the weather.  Lots of calm seas and nice weather days made for some very comfortable fishing. July started out a bit slow for Salmon, but the Halibut fishing made up for it.  It seemed like Halibut were more plentiful this year, and were easier to catch than the Salmon at the beginning.  Lots of runs out to the Big Bank this year because of the nice weather, and also because it was the only consistent place to catch fish during the early part of July. After mid July...

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