There is not better way to celebrate summertime than a family fishing adventure to Rivers Inlet.
School’s out and with graduation/prom, Canada Day/July 1st and Independence Day/July 4th behind us, now it really is officially summer! The weather certainly cooperated, maybe too much, with record setting temperatures in British Columbia these past few weeks. We hit an all-time high of 49.6 C/121.8 F in Lytton BC last week & it might have gone higher, but the entire town burned down the next day and the weather station was gone. I have only seen temperatures like this in Sydney Australia a few years ago when it was 50 C/122 F and never even in Las Vegas! The good news is that even in the hottest parts of the BC summer, we are always cool at the salmon fishing lodge because of the moderating influence of the Pacific Ocean. There are hundreds of wildfires burning in British Columbia right now, but that is typical in the summer in BC. Forest fires are an essential part of the life cycle of a healthy forest, and believe it or not, are as important as the sun and the rain to the health of the temperate rainforest that surrounds our BC fishing lodge.
For me, summer invokes memories of family time at the lake, lots of sun and fun activities, travel and of course some salmon, halibut and lingcod fishing. Boating has always been a big part of the salmon fishing experience for me, and I still always prefer fishing from a boat. I never fish from the shore or riverbank, unless you get there with a helicopter, but that is a different and very expensive BC salmon fishing lodge trip! At the Rivers Inlet Sportsman’s Club (RISC), we have a fleet of comfortable and stable custom-built 17 ft. fiberglass boats. They are equipped with new 40 HP Yamaha motors, GPS/depth sounders, radios and electric bilge pumps. Most importantly, our boats at the fishing lodge have downriggers to get you down to where the fish are biting when the top water bight for salmon is off. Not all BC salmon fishing lodges have downriggers, so that is a crucial factor when planning your Canadian fishing trip.
Summer also marks the end of the salmon’s life cycle, when they return to their birth river to spawn after a few years at sea. This is why we only operate our BC salmon fishing lodge at the peak of the salmon runs in Rivers Inlet in July and August. These past two summers, what we really missed was doing something, anything with the family. There is no better place to go on a worry-free, all-inclusive fishing trip with your family than our BC salmon fishing lodge. Our all-inclusive Canadian fishing vacation packages are ex. Vancouver BC. We offer intimacy, isolation, first-class service and equipment, in a pristine wilderness setting with breathtaking scenery, wildlife viewing and world class fishing. We have families of three, four and even up to twenty that come every year or every few years, on an all-inclusive fishing trip to our BC fishing lodge. We are without a doubt, the best place to have a family fishing vacation. If you have not already done so, make your family fishing vacation plans to our BC salmon fishing lodge today. Contact us now and reserve your Canadian fishing vacation package during our July/August 2022 season. Book Now for our 2022 season and make priceless memories that will last a lifetime.
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