"THE BEST FISHING IN NORTH AMERICA!"
Coach Bob Knight
Straddling both the Arctic and Pacific watersheds is a pristine wilderness area, only touched by the Alaska Highway. Our over 50,000 square mile fishing area is only accessible by floatplane and harbours incredible fishing for wild native Rainbow Trout, giant Northern Pike, trophy sized Arctic Grayling, Bull Trout (Dolly Varden), huge Lake Trout and North America's best Walleye fishing. There is a reason why many of our fishing guests have been coming back year after year for decades!
The family owned and operated Northern Rockies Lodge is your comfortable home away from home. Bushpilot Urs, with over 35 years of experience flying in the Northern Rocky Mountains, flies you daily to a pristine lake or stream of your choice. Unlike other fishing lodges where you are one of hundreds of anglers per season, fishing the same waters, our unique trips are exclusive and we only accept a maximum of 9 anglers per week - fishing over 70 mountain lakes and streams.
Our fleet of well maintained modern turboprop powered floatplanes allow us to get you into the most remote fishing lakes and streams in North America. Your pilot and guide Urs is the most experienced fishing guide in the Northern Rocky Mountains. Urs has been flying outdoor enthusiasts into this northern Canadian back country since 1981. If you are looking to fly fish or spin cast, he knows the best locations for you! Let us know whether you are looking for Arctic Grayling, Lake Trout, Northern Pike, Bull Trout (Dolly Varden), Rainbow Trout or Walleye - Urs will do his best to ensure you get the catch you are looking for. Many of our fishing guests have been coming back as regulars for over three decades and rely on us to deliver a unique fishing get-away each time.
The Liard Tours fishing experience is not only about the fishing at remote mountain lakes or streams. Each journey takes you on a breathtakingly beautiful flight over the Northern Rockies - don't forget your camera! Keep an eye out for mountain goats on alpine ledges and moose lingering in mineral licks. Depending on the season, the mountain tops may still be covered in snow or the spectacular fall colours may be starting to appear.