Babine Norlakes Lodge

Babine Norlakes Lodge Fishing:
Located on the clear flowing upper reaches of the famed Babine River, Pierce Clegg’s Babine Norlakes Lodge is a classic camp for the serious steelheader. With the longest season of any BC steelhead camp, Babine Norlakes takes pride in creating an operation that involves fishing hard and playing hard each and every day of the season.

Each day anglers set out in three jet boats to ply the productive waters of the upper Babine. With a range of thirteen miles, anglers relentlessly cover the river’s prime holding water before returning to camp for drinks, hearty meals, and the coveted roaring bonfire – complete with guitars and harmonicas. And while all anglers will have the opportunity to fish the lodge’s lower satellite waters,three anglers, through the process of the random drawing, will get to spend two full days in the waters with an overnight at the cozy four-person satellite camp.

Babine Norlakes Lodge Accommodations:
Anglers sleep in comfortable heated bunk cabins with detached communal showers and outhouses. For serious anglers keen on putting the big ones on the beach and having a good time in the process,there isn’t a finer lodge to be found.

Included:
Accommodations,meals, guiding, transfers from Smithers airport or hotel to the lodge,a $250 CAD contribution to the Babine River Foundation, room tax,angling license and classified waters tag (approx. $420 CAD), limited wine with dinner.

Not Included:
Tackle, GST, alcohol, air, overnights in Smithers.