Video: Fly Fishing the Hidden Waters of British Columbia’s Cariboo Region

Hidden Waters of BC’s South Cariboo from FishingBC on Vimeo.

Anglers take on wild and remote British Columbia in a new video from Fishing BC …

From Fishing BC:

“British Columbia’s Cariboo region is home to some of the province’s best, and most secluded trout fishing.

In this feature, fishing partners Gill Steele and Catherine Laflamme embark on an adventure with intention to explore this region’s still and moving water opportunities, fishing for both stocked and wild rainbow trout.

‘The reason we go fishing together as much as we do is just exploring new places’
Though Gill and Catherine reside on the west coast of BC, they are both well-versed in trout fishing in the interior region. Travelling north from Kamloops will lead you to the community of 100 Mile House in the South Cariboo. Dotting the map around this town are countless quality managed still waters and a couple of wild trout streams that see far less pressure than their southern counterparts.

The South Cariboo region also has the highest density of fishing resorts of anywhere in the province. On this trip, Gill and Catherine stayed at the newly renamed and renovated South Point Resort on Canim Lake.

‘The Cariboo is undeniably beautiful in its own way, and having the ability to do stillwater and moving water trips in the same weekend is something that is unique to this region’”

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