Located on the upper reaches of the pristine and seldom seen Sustut River, Suskeena Lodge offers anglers a rare combination of wilderness trophy steelhead fishing and fine accommodations. Of the three Skeena tributaries most likely to produce fish over 25 pounds, the Sustut is the one least traveled and arguably the one with the most stable water conditions.
Suskeena Lodge Fishing:
Here every two anglers enjoy their well-appointed cabin with private bathroom and shower, a wood stove, and a sitting area. Thoughtfully prepared meals are served in the comfort of the main lodge. Anglers fish three per jet boat with experienced guides who deeply enjoy the spectrum of the steelhead fishing experience, especially the chance at guiding their clients into a trophy steelhead on a skated dry fly.
The pristine river system boasts dramatic views, long classic runs, a race of extremely husky fish that average fourteen pounds, and few, if any, freelance anglers. For those keen on chasing true trophy steelhead in a uncrowded wilderness setting, Suskeena Lodge is a must-see destination with a long list of satisfied clients. Due to limited openings, early reseravations are required.