From Native Fish Society
Looking for a different type of Trout trip? Look no further…We have secured 5 days of BIG TROUT fishing on the Upper Columbia River in beautiful Trail, British Columbia for you and your favorite fishing buddy.
Details: 2 Anglers / 5 Days of Guided Trout Spey Fishing on the Upper Columbia River
Trip Dates: April 25 – 29, 2022
Only 100 tickets will be sold
Raffle tickets on sale: NOW – March 31, 2022
Drawing: April 1, 2022 @ 3pm
The Upper Columbia is an expansive and clear river – picture-perfect for trout spey opportunities for fish in the 4 to 10-pound range. If you are up for the challenge of big rainbows and aren’t afraid to do a little work with spey rods to catch them, then this fishing experience is for you. These aggressive, strong fish are very apt to take a swung fly!
Although the Upper Columbia is large, it looks nothing like what folks in Oregon or Washington would recognize. It has a nice gravel bottom and is completely gin clear, and the angling pressure is minimal. Your guides have set up a beautiful day camp with drying rooms, rod racks, outdoor kitchen and seating, and of course, an outdoor bar. There is a large fire pit for tall tales and outdoor grilling. Lunches and dinners are carefully crafted by an onsite chef using the finest local ingredients. You get to enjoy all of the best parts of camping while spending your nights resting in luxury at a beautiful, riverside hotel.
We’re raffling off 100 tickets, each for $100 – with no limit on the number of tickets per person. All ticket sales are first-come, first-served, and when we run out, we’ll pull the lucky winner!
All proceeds from this raffle will support the Native Fish Society’s work to restore abundant wild, native fish, free-flowing rivers, and thriving local communities across the Pacific Northwest.
Pick up and drop off from the Trail, British Columbia airport and all shuttles
Guided fishing in jet boats each day
Lunch, appetizers, and dinner each day at the Riverside Camp
Full bar, beer, and wine
Hotel accommodations at the Crown Columbia