Alberta and British Columbia Fly-Fishing Trip Planner
Dave Brown Outfitters Alberta and British Columbia Fly-Fishing Trip Planner was developed to provide Clients some ideas and suggestions on planning a Guided Fly-Fishing Trip to Alberta and British Columbia.Dave Brown Outfitters offers single or multi-day Guided Fly-Fishing Trips on all advertised rivers.Scroll down this page and view the sample itineraries offering the best fly fishing that South-Western Alberta and Southern British Columbia have to offer.
Trip 1 -Elk River to The Bow River.Five Days of Fly-Fishing.
Day 1. —– Arrive Calgary AB,drive to Fernie B.C.
Day 2. —– Float The Elk River
Day 3. —– Float The Elk River
Day 4. —– Float or walk & wade in S.E. British Columbia or Float The Oldman River or Waterton River
Day 5. —– Arrive Calgary in the PM. Float the Bow River (this day can be spent in SW Alberta )
Day 6. —– Float the Bow River
Day 7. —– Depart
Trip 2. Fly-Fishing The Elk River and Area 4/Nights 3 days starting @ $1130 per Person Double Occupancy
Day 1 Arrive Kalispell MT Drive to Fernie BC
Day 2 Float The Elk River
Trip 3. Fly-Fishing The Bow River Calgary Alberta Starting @ $1100 Per Person Double Occupancy
Day 1. Arrive Calgary Alberta
Day 2. Float The Bow River
Day 3.Float The Bow River
Day 5. Depart
Trip 2 – Elk River,Saint Mary River & SW Alberta
Day 1.Arrive Kallispell MT (Glacier International)
Day 2 -Float The Elk River
Day 3.Float The Elk River
Day 4. Float The Saint Mary River
Day5. Walk &Wade –Small Streams
Day 6 Float or Walk & Wade The Oldman River or other Alberta Rivers
Day 7 Depart
Q. What is there to do for the non-fly fisher?
A. Horse back riding, mountain biking, white water rafting, golfing, shopping and hiking are convenient to our location.
Q. What waters do we fish?
A. See our selection of rivers, we can customize an itinerary for you .
Q. What species of trout are we fishing for?
A. In British Columbia, the two main species are Westslope Cutthroat and Bull Trout, in the West Kootenays of B.C. the predominate species are Wild and Native Rainbows with a few bull trout thrown in. Alberta has four species to pursue, Rainbows, Browns, Cutthroats and Bull Trout.
Q. When is the best time to come up?
A. Our most consistent fishing takes place in May, late June, July, August, September and early October.
Q. Do you offer any private Water?
A. The bulk of our fishing takes place on public water, we do use private access points when required and we do have access to private water on two different rivers in Alberta
Q. Which airport do I fly into?
A. If you are planning on just fishing S.E British Columbia we suggest flying into Glacier International (Kalispell MT) If you are planning to spend some time with us on the Bow River then we suggest flying into Calgary ,which is only 3 hours from our shop in Fernie B.C.
If you are planning on fishing the Columbia and Slocan Rivers, Spokane WA is the closest Airport.