STEELHEAD & MORE AT NICHOLAS DEAN OUTDOORS (BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA) – 2023 SEASON PRICES & AVAILABILITY
If you’re looking for a lodge in British Columbia, Canada, that access to multiple rivers and multiple species set in stunning scenery, then please do read on.
NICHOLAS DEAN OUTDOORS (YELLOW CEDAR LODGE) – BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
Nestled in the majestic coastal mountains near Terrace, British Columbia, Canada, the mighty Skeena River is home to some of the strongest runs of large, wild steelhead and salmon left in the world. Nicholas Dean Outdoors has been operating in the area and on these rivers for decades – they know the fish and the waters like the back of their hand, leaving nothing to chance.
Nicholas Dean Outdoors have an enviable amount of water at their disposal, due to the exceptional and longstanding guide team. They can change rivers according to runs and conditions and mix your stay up to give you an amazing insight as to what the area has to offer, not matter what your target species.
Nicholas Dean Outdoors is operated out of Yellow Cedar Lodge, which is a beautiful wooden lodge perched over the Skeena Valley – it is worth visiting for the view alone. They have a great team at the lodge who will look after you every need before and after a day on the river.
2023 SEASON AVAILABILITY
– April 2 to 9 – 2 rods
– April 16 to 23 – 4 rods
– April 23 to 30 – 4 rods
Summer Kitimat Chinook
– June 18 to 25 – 6 rods
– June 25 to July 2 – 2 rods
Summer Steelhead & Salmon
– July 23 to 30 – 6 rods
– August 13 to 20 – 4 rods
– August 20 to 27 – 6 rods
Autumn Steelhead & Coho
– August 27 to September 3 – 2 rods
– October 29 to November 5 – 6 rods (Steelhead only week)
2023 SEASON PRICES
A typical week (7 night stay with 6 days fishing) would be as follows; shared guiding (2 anglers per guide), single room at the lodge, transfers to / from Terrace, meals at the lodge. Total cost including taxes would be CAD$7,820.75. Nicholas Dean Outdoors and Yellow Cedar Lodge also offer a package named Skeena Max, which is 3 anglers per guide and on a shared room basis, which is CAD$6,140.75 per person, to include taxes. Fishing licences not included and payable directly at the lodge, determined by what species and river/s you end up fishing.
If you’re interested in visiting or need more information, please contact Steffan Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org