Film: PITT RIVER BC by River and Salt

Passport fail, bears, bull trout, salmon, great food, awesome guides, and risk/reward, all sum up this quick three day adventure to the Pitt River, BC, Canada. Accommodations provided by the Pitt River Lodge located approximately 43 air miles northeast of Vancouver. The journey includes a 45 minute boat ride across Pitt Lake, the largest tidal lake in North America, to the mouth of the Pitt River. Surrounded by wilderness, the lodge overlooks the glacier fed waters of the Pitt. The waters are unforgiving, ever-changing, requiring guides who are well experienced. Luckily for us, the Pitt Lodge provided two of the best guides I’ve ever fished with. Sure the fishing was great, but the journey, surroundings, and people were most memorable. Rumor has it during some months you can target sea-run bull trout up to 15 lbs and while doing so, not see another person! I can’t wait to go back…

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