Tweedsmuir Park Fishing Lodges

Lakes District Air & Fishing

Your Hosts: Nick and Mary Hawes


“Our area offers renowned fly-in fishing for trophy rainbow trout,  and our backyard is Tweedsmuir Provincial Park (BC’s largest provincal park), an extraordinary place to explore.
Charter one of our float equipped aircraft for business or pleasure. Experience friendly and courteous service when you stay at one of our private remote cabins.
Nick has been flying the skies for over 15 years.  Join him in our reliable Dehavilland Beaver or Cessna 185 and Cessna 182.

Fly in by floatplane to a private mountain cabin!

Experience great BC Rainbow trout fishing at our marvellously remote and secluded Tesla or Coles Lake Cabin”

Main Office located at 1810 Hwy 35

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Pondosy Bay Wilderness Resort

Your Hosts: Ron and Tanya Van Tine

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“Van Tine Guiding was established in 1919 by Ed Van Tine. What started out as a small guiding operation on Ootsa Lake turned into three generations of guiding Big Game hunters, Trophy Rainbow anglers, and outdoor enthusiasts of all types. Today, Pondosy Bay Wilderness Resort is a family destination with something for everyone.
Enjoy hiking, boating, angling, canoeing and kayaking in this vast wilderness, North Tweedsmuir Park.
Book fully guided, all-inclusive trips tailored to you and your family or venture out on your own and stay at Pondosy Bay Resort.”

Home: 250 695 6677
Cell:  250 251 6677

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Tetachuck Wilderness Lodge

Your Host: Katharina Temperli-Eckenstein

“Boat or fly in lodge.  Fly in from Burns Lake.  Tetachuck Wilderness Lodge is situated at the border of Tweedsmuir Provincial Park.

In 6 log cabins, 2-8 guests can stay.  The cabins have no electricity but hot and cold water, showers and en-suite flush toilets.  The main house has a dining room in which freshly prepared meals are served daily.

The cabins are spaced about 50 meters apart on the shores of Tetachuck Lake.

The lodge is ideal for a stop over to go fishing at Eutsuk Lake or for canoeist doing the Bulkley Nechako circuit.”

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