Throwback Thursday: Remembering fishing boots on the ground

As the sport of fly-fishing grows in popularity the technology used to get out has progressed as well. Access to small rafts is cheaper and easier than ever allowing people to get out and go for floats. This means covering more water and being able to access sections of the river that might otherwise be […]

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Leave the city for pristine wilderness

When we created this video, no one had ever heard the words Coronavirus or Covid-19.  However, after what we have gone through the past 6 months it seems to ring true in a far more important way.  We promote places that have unique, spey oriented fisheries in beautiful wilderness settings.  We try to match that […]

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Babine Steelhead photo blog

Produced by Logan Wilkins sept 19/2020 I have always enjoyed taking photographs. This goes back to the first day I watched my Dad develop my first roll of black and white in the dark room at the camera shop he worked at.  Working as a guide has provided me with endless opportunities to photograph landscapes,

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My First Season Guiding on the Babine by Tegan Baxter

This past fall I got the opportunity to guide steelhead on the Babine river, a place that had interested me for many years and it definitely didn’t disappoint. The babine steelhead lodge is located in the upper reaches of the river nestled in a grove of old growth cottonwoods within the Park Corridor. The Babine

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