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NIRVANA Vintage Click Pawl Reels on a Sweet Deal
NIRVANA Vintage Click Pawl Reels on a Sweet Deal

Bell II Lodge

Bell II Lodge – The Region and Rivers:
The world famous Skeena and Nass rivers have their headwaters high in the mountains to the East of the Bell II resort. These two watersheds have become well respected for their world class steelhead fishing over the last century. The main focus of the Bell II fishing program is to provide exciting steelhead fishing on the Bell Irving River. This mountain river is a tributary of the mighty Nass, which is fed mainly by snowmelt and to a lesser extent rainfall. Anglers are able to fish floating lines with weighted flies or dry flies at almost all times of the season without having to cast heavy sinking tips. The Bell Irving provides a good variety of quality pools and runs offering exceptional opportunities to anglers.

Bell II Lodge Travel:
To get to Bell II Lodge you will need to make travel arrangements to Vancouver, BC. Plan to arrive in Vancouver on Saturday and overnight at the Fairmont Airport Hotel (604)

207-5200 (price not included). On Sunday morning you will transfer to the airport for the 9:00 a.m. Air Canada flight to Terrace,BC. A lodge representative will meet you at the airport in Terrace and take you to the Bell II Lodge. The drive from the airport to the lodge is four hours.

A valid US passport is required for entry into Canada!

Bell II Lodge Accommodation and Meals:
The lodge has recently been entirely remodeled, refurbished and renovated. It offers the comforts of a first class hotel with a rustic touch of the Canadian wild. The dining room, lounge and bar act as the focal point for fishing stories to be shared. Guests are accommodated in log chalets, located approximately 100 meters from the lodge. All rooms have a private bathrrom and two queen size beds. After fishing, a Jacuzzi/hot tub and sauna are adjacent to the chalets and ready for your laxation.

While the weather can be mild, always be prepared for cold when visiting the interior reaches of British Columbia. Rain and snow can occur at almost anytime and typical day temperatures range from 30-60 degrees Fahrenheit.

Ground transfer from Terrace to Bell II Lodge and back to Terrace at the end of the trip, lodging, meals, and guiding.

Not Included:
Fishing license and alcoholic beverages (both of which can be purchased at the lodge), air transportation to Vancouver and from Vancouver to Terrace, gratuities, personal items.

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