Perched on the shore of Twin Lakes and steeped in…
Starting at $150 per room per night
Baker Island, Simoom Sound, Area A (Seymour Inlet/Knight Inlet), Regional District of Mount Waddington, British Columbia, Canada
Starting at $1,300 per person per night
Are you looking for a British Columbia fishing lodge that offers a remote wilderness location and a variety of terrific fishing opportunities? Want the personal service you expect from a small lodge? Relax, you’ve found it, Blackfish Lodge. The fly fishing, conventional freshwater fishing, salmon fishing and bottom fishing are the stuff of legends. You’ll fish for salmon, trout, and halibut in some of the most beautiful locations you can imagine.
Unique Features: The waters of Blackfish Sound, Queen Charlotte Strait, Johnstone Strait, Knight Inlet, and Kingcome Inlet are home to a large and famous concentration of orca whales. Other marine mammals that frequent the area are harbor porpoises, Dall’s porpoises, Pacific white-sided dolphins, seals, and Minke whales.
Accommodations: The genuine, custom-built, BC floating lodge is your comfortable and cozy home base for delightful days of fun and relaxation. You’ll see stunning Canada wilderness scenery, abundant wildlife, and, of course, have great fishing. Each guest room has a queen bed and a single bed. The lodge’s maximum capacity is 6 adult guests.
As Suite As It Gets: When money is no object, go for the lodge rooms. Each room is equally as nice.
Dining: Their legendary hearty meals are welcome sustenance after a day on the water. They believe that providing ample, high quality, and delicious food adds to the overall pleasure of your visit. Meals are served and cooked family-style. If you’re going to be out on an all-day salmon or fly fishing trip, they’ll make sure that there is a generous supply of food and hot and cold drinks on the boat. You can certainly request any preferred foods in advance of your visit. They will also be able to accommodate most dietary restrictions.
Activities: No Canada fishing lodge vacation, salmon fishing trip, or fly fishing trip is complete without many opportunities for various kinds of animal watching experiences. The waters of Blackfish Sound, Queen Charlotte Strait, Johnstone Strait, Knight Inlet, and Kingcome Inlet are home to a large and famous concentration of orca whales. Other marine mammals that frequent the area are harbor porpoises, Dall’s porpoises, Pacific white-sided dolphins, harbor seals, Minke whales, humpback whales, and grey whales.
Spa & Fitness: There is no spa or fitness center. Explore pristine saltwater lagoons, or go whale- or bird-watching. Have a long picnic lunch in the Burdwoods, one of the most unique and loveliest spots on the West Coast. Perhaps just enjoy curling up with a good book in front of the lodge’s cozy woodstove.
Location: Located within the southern confines of the new Great Bear Rainforest preserve and framed by the rugged mountains of the Coast Range to the east and beautiful Vancouver Island to the west, the wilderness area that surrounds Blackfish Lodge is spectacular. Vertical rock walls plunge into the ocean and 5,000+ foot mountains brood over inlets and fjords. Along with fishing in BC, a rich variety of wildlife is experienced each day of your visit. Untouched streams tumble through lovely rich forests to join the saltwater.
Closest Airport: Seattle, Washington. Getting to Blackfish Lodge is half the fun! You will take a floatplane from Seattle to the lodge. You will need to arrive in Seattle the day before your floatplane flight to the lodge as these flights depart early in the morning. As part of your package, the lodge will reserve a floatplane flight for you with Kenmore Air. Kenmore Air is one of the largest and most highly regarded floatplane operators in the world.
Children’s Programs: No. They do not offer any supervised children’s programs.
Pet Friendly: No, unfortunately pets are not allowed at the lodge.
Weddings: No, they don’t normally host weddings, although they may by special request.
Meetings: No, they don’t have the facilities to handle large business meetings or conferences.
Extra Info: Bald eagles are a very common sight as are ravens, kingfishers, and herons. A large variety of other aquatic birds are also present. As you are fishing or moving from place to place, you may see bears, deer, mink, and river otter. The lodge has kayaks for guests’ use. Both a one-person and two-person kayak will be available for paddling fun at no charge.