Where We Fish
Browse the following sections for an overview of each of our home watersheds, tips and tricks for success, and where to get started. Don’t forget to check out the bounty. Warning: Honey-holes will not be disclosed.
We deliver custom guided walk-and-wade fishing trips on each watershed. For guiding inquiries, or if you would like to chat further, please head to our guiding page.
The Central part of our provinces Front Ranges have some of the best and most diverse fishing opportunities around. Freestone Cutthroat and Rainbow Rivers, epic backcountry wilderness, and gentle spring creeks loaded with Brown trout. One could spend a lifetime exploring these waters.
And they would still keep coming back for more.
Bounty: Central Alberta Spring Creeks
Bow River and Tributaries
The Bow River is a world renowned trout stream that flows from the continental divide, through the foothills and the city of Calgary, before carving its way through the vast prairies of southern Alberta.
The water is big and slightly intimidating.
And its fish even more so.
Bounty: Highwood River and Sheep River
Oldman River and Tributaries
There is a little corner of trout fishing paradise in the southwest corner of Alberta. From the crown of the continent flow treasured trout rivers rich with gold, purity, and wisdom. Their lessons contain truth, and their spoils are as old as the glaciers that shaped the rugged mountains in which they originate.
These are Rivers that remind us to respect our Elders.
Bounty: Castle River and Tributaries
Elk River and Tributaries
I once sat on the banks of a pool on the Elk River, right under HWY 3, perfectly comfortable in a lawnchair, with a Beer in my hand, casting a stimulator that I had taken from the mouth of a Cutthroat caught at an earlier bridge. I had caught 12 cutthroat in about as many casts. Cast after cast they darted up.
Yes, only one thing describes the Elk River…
Cutthroat Trout Heaven!
A rugged landscape like no other, carved out by two great rivers.
A place where people have caught fish for millennia.
This is the Kootenay Region