British Columbia, Oct. 2017- Three spots remaining!
Skeena River Lodge – British Columbia with Host Matt Heron
October 7-14th, 2017
After what was possibly two the best freshwater trips we’ve done, we’re ready to head back to BC. Long known as a region for having the largest runs of big, wild steelhead on the planet. We’ll be targeting these giants with traditional two handed rods, and classically tied spey flies.
Located in the greater Terrace region on the banks of the lower Skeena, Skeena River Lodge is a hardcore fly fishing operation dedicated to the pursuit of BC’s strongest sea-run steelhead and salmon. Head guide Jeroen Wohe, originally from Holland, is a highly skilled, passionate professional who has spent years fishing and guiding the waters of BC as well as the trophy Atlantic salmon rivers of Russia’s Kola peninsula. He limits his operation to four to six anglers per week and prides himself on offering a great experience at a very reasonable rate. Guests will enjoy comfortable home-style accommodations.
Jeroen’s season begins in April with the pursuit of spring steelhead on the Skeena and Kitimat rivers. In June and July he targets massive sea-bright chinook and in August he targets the hot early steelhead on the main stem Skeena. Jeroen uses both jets boats and self-bailing rafts.
Fishing Program: You will fish with seasoned guides who have many years of fly fishing experience and can provide you with spey/single handed casting instruction as well as share their knowledge about fly selection, sink tip usage, line control and presentation methods. They use both 14ft Aire rafts and open jet boats to access water. All fishing is done while wading and all fish are released unharmed.
Links to more information on the trip:
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Itinerary – October 7-14, 2017
Saturday, October 14: Arrive Terrace, overnight at Skeena River Lodge.
Sunday – Friday, October 15 – 20: Full days of guided fishing.
Saturday, October 21: Depart the lodge for the Terrace airport for flights back home.
Rate: $5,060 per person for a 7 night/6 day package, based on double occupancy.
Included: Accommodations and meals at the lodge, guided fishing, transfers between Terrace airport and the lodge, BC taxes, group leader fee.
Not Included: Airfare to/from Terrace, staff and guide gratuities, alcohol, fishing licenses.
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Cayo Largo, Cuba 2018- Four Spots Remaining!
Cayo Largo – Cuba with Host Matt Heron
Jan 27- Feb 03, 2018
Do to the overwhelming success of our 2017 Cayo Largo trip, we’re headed back! It was by far one of the best hosted saltwater trips we’ve ever done.
Our resort, the Sol Club Cayo Largo is a beautiful all-inclusive resort located a short 30 min flight of the southern coast of mainland Cuba. This destination is also the best place we’ve ever been to for couples. With endless miles of famous white sand beaches, and multiple pools on the resort property it’s the perfect location to bring a non-fishing companion.
Cayo Largo is widely regarded as one of the best locations in the world to chase permit. Permit are one of the most challenging and highly prized game fish in the world. Combining them with huge numbers of baby tarpon and countless bonefish, you just might just land a grand slam!
Fishing Program: You will have the pleasure of fishing with some of the most experienced guides in the Caribbean. Fishing days are spent on traditional 16’ Dolphin Super Skiffs while cursing crystal clears flats that seem to go on forever. Bonefish, permit and tarpon are the prized catches, but don’t overlook the other species. Our group had a blast chasing jacks, barracudas, snapper and sharks in between catches.
Bonefish abound in Cayo Largo and even beginner anglers can catch them at will. The average size was bigger than expected during our trip, 3-5lbs. That said, everyone in our group landed fish from 6-10lbs, truly world class bonefish!
Links to more information on the trip:
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Itinerary – January 27th – February 3rd, 2018
Saturday, January 27: Arrive Cayo Largo, check in at Sol Club Cayo Largo Resort.
Sunday – Friday, January 28-February 2: Full days of guided fishing.
Saturday, February 3: Depart the resort for the Cayo Largo airport for flights back home.
Rate: $5,390 per person for a 7 night/6 day package, based on double occupancy. Non angler, $2,750.
Included: Reception at the Cayo Largo aiport, 6 full days fishing sharing a skiff, beverages while fishing, 4 drinks (water, beer, soft drinks) each day, all Cayo Largo airport transfers, travel hosts fee.
Not Included: Domestic flight from Havana/Cayo Largo (round trip), $200. There are some options to skip Havana days and fly straight to Cayo Largo from US or Cananda. Tips and personal expences, $100 conservation fee.