Southern Alberta Fly-Fishing Lodge
Connected to Montana – just north of the border – are the incredibly scenic provinces of Alberta and British Columbia. This sprawling region of the Canadian Rockies hosts a multitude of rivers and streams containing abundant wild populations of bull, brown, cutthroat and rainbow trout. The water varies from big freestone rivers to small alpine cutthroat creeks – meandering tailwaters to meadow streams. Compared to other Rockies’ fly-fishing destinations, this area features few crowds, remote rivers, and stable trout populations. Better yet, Seven Rivers Fly-Fishing Lodge is located hard on the banks of the Oldman River, a great trout stream just an hour’s drive from a handful of other rivers, including B.C.’s rightfully renowned Elk River. If quality fly-fishing on a variety of waters is high on your bucket list, then Seven Rivers Fly-Fishing Lodge is the answer.