A 45 minute drive from Vancouver
coupled with a 35 minute boat ride; there lies a watershed that has
hardly felt the influence of modern society. The upper Pitt River is a
far cry from its turbid southern cousin, the lower. A glacier fed
medium sized river, the upper Pitt has a feel of utter remoteness.
Only the excellent fishing challenges the sheer
beauty of the area. As with most coastal river the fishing can be
quite seasonal, relying on salmon and steelhead returns. However the
upper Pitt does boast a strong resident population of Dolly Varden,
Bull, Rainbow and Cutthroat trout to make for excellent fishing at any
time of year.
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one - three persons = $1050 Canadian
Includes: all fishing gear, 8+
hours fishing, jet boat, and guide
Not Included: %GST tax,
fishing licenses, lunch, accommodations or gratuities. Lunches
can be ordered for an additional $15.00 each.