Daily Schedule

With schedules set the previous evening everyone knows where they are going, what they need to bring and who they will be fishing with. We will awaken you each morning with a hot pot of coffee on your cabin doorstep before serving a hearty breakfast and fresh-made pastries in the main lodge. After breakfast you will have half an hour to get your waders and gear on. At the dock you will meet your guide for the day who will load your gear onto one of our immaculately-maintained DeHavilland Beaver floatplanes. Since we are so centrally located, the flights are usually only 5-20 minutes long, putting us on the rivers quickly. Our planes and pilots are the best in the business making the scenic flights fun, safe and a highlight for many guests.

Depending on the river and conditions, we access fishing in one of three ways (once arriving by floatplane). We hike many of the smaller streams trying different runs and holes throughout the day. We are able to reach fantastic fishing with short, easy walks or with longer, adventurous hikes for those looking to explore new water.

On some of the mid-sized rivers we take small rafts which allow us to float long sections of river. A scenic float trip with a pick-up 3-6 miles downstream will allow you to cover lots of water while still getting out to wade the best spots.

At the largest rivers we leave jet boats stored for quick, easy access. Whether fishing out of the boat or using it for transportation from hole to hole before wade fishing, these rivers are usually good bets to find rainbow trout of unbelievable proportions.

The approximately 8 hour day offers a break of a picnic lunch, hot soup and coffee along the river's edge. Returning to the lodge, you are presented at the dock with our traditional brandy before heading to your cabin or the sauna. Drinks and hors d’oeuvres precede dinner, giving you an opportunity to speak with your guide and discuss gear and other questions. After dinner enjoy the beautiful views through the picture windows, the fresh air outside on one of the decks, or a quiet evening in your cabin anticipating the next day.