BC Fly Fishing Destinations
The Elk River is a 220-kilometre long river, in the southeastern Kootenay district of the Canadian province of British Columbia. Its drainage basin is 4,450 square kilometres in area.
St Mary River
The St. Mary River is a river in the East Kootenay region of British Columbia. It rises in the Purcell Mountains and flows in a generally southeasterly direction to its confluence with the Kootenay River at Fort Steele, British Columbia.
The Bull River is a ghost town in the East Kootenay region of British Columbia, located on the east side of the Kootenay River at the mouth of the Bull River. The town was created in the 1860s when coarse placer gold was discovered in the Bull River.
The Wigwam River, Fording River, Michel Creek and Alexander Creek are Elk River tributaries that are very accessible from Fernie, B.C. and The Kootenay Fly-Shop.
BC FLY FISHING UPDATES
Fly-Fishing River Reports
All Rivers continue to drop to near normal flows and are fishing good-great.Hopper fishing is the norm.Streamer fishing is also producing some great rewards.Here on
Elk & Bow River Fly-Fishing Report
The Bow and Elk Rivers continue to drop and clear.Both are fishing well on top.During non-hatch periods streamer fishing remains awesome.S.W. Alberta Rivers are also
Fly-Fishing River Report for The Bow and Elk Rivers
The Elk River continues to drop and clear.Dry Fly fishing is becoming more consistent as the water recedes and more structure is exposed.Hatches include Golden
Fly-Fishing Report for The Elk & Bow Rivers
The Elk River near Fernie British Columbia continues to drop and clear.We have 12 inches of visibility and clearing as I type.The tribs are are
River Report – Elk River and S.W. Alberta
The Elk River and it’s tributaries are dropping fast and clearing.The Elk River is fishable with about 8 inches of visibility.Most of The small
River Report – Bow And Elk Rivers
The Bow River is dropping fast – Our guess is it is two weeks away from being fishable . The Elk River is also