Many options at this wilderness location
Moose Lake is located 300 miles north of Vancouver in the upper wilderness of the Blackwater, Upper Dean, and Entiako watersheds of British Columbia. There is excellent Rainbow fishing in Moose Lake. However, it’s the scenic fly outs to a collection of superb rivers for trout, steelhead and all the Pacific salmon species that makes Moose Lake a very special destination. For those seeking a variety of fishing venues, species and the unique opportunity to be the only anglers on these fisheries since Native Americans, Moose Lake is for you. This sister lodge of Blackwell’s world famous Dean River Steelhead Camp is a great location for fly-fishing newcomers as well as veterans. The dry fly fishing for rainbows can be outstanding with 50+ fish days common during the best periods. The upper Dean and Blackwater Rivers are two of the finest. Yet there are many others,including small streams that provide a great fly fishing experience.This Orvis endorsed fly-in lodge has hand-hewn log cabins complete with bathrooms, showers and propane heat that sleep two to four guests each.There are wilderness outpost camps, wildlife viewing, hiking trails, and horseback riding. Moose Lake provides a great wilderness experience with lots of fly fishing options available.