2018 Spring Stillwater Season in Photos
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2018 Spring Stillwater Season in Photos

It is hard to believe that another spring stillwater season has come and gone already, I would like to extend a sincere thank you to everyone from Canada and the United States that came to fish with us this spring.  It is amazing to have people come from all over to experience the incredible fishery that Kamloops has to offer.

I will be guiding in a land far, far away for the months of July & August, but will be back in Kamloops for our September/October stillwater fishery.  A lot of people ask how the fishing is in the fall, and I can honestly say that I would take fall over spring.  There are far fewer anglers, and the fishing is absolutely incredible.

Here is a small selection of my favourite photos from our 2018 spring stillwater fly fishing season, enjoy!

They do not come easily, but fish over ten pounds like this make for some unforgettable memories.  This fish was taken on a #16 chromie in 18 feet of water, when it ate the chironomid the indicator barely submerged below the surface.


Ken from Park City, Utah battles a big rainbow while the 20+ he just landed rests in the net


A huge cloud of chironomids emerging on the surface of a local Kamloops lake


Last light surface fishing during a Fishing BC hosted trip at Corbett Lake Lodge


Landing the first stillwater rainbow of the season in mid-April.  Photo by Brennan Lund


Brian Chan ties his coveted “BMW” at Stoney Lake Lodge


A Brook Trout that is carrying some serious weight!


A pair of big rainbows cruising in 4 feet of water in search of Hyalella shrimp


The ladies hooked up on a double header, this was their first day ever fly fishing!

A big, shiny Pennask strain rainbow trout!


A healthy Blackwater strain rainbow trout from a local lake moments before being released


8 pounds of rainbow trout that fell victim to a #18 Zucchini chironomid pupa


A nice rainbow taking flight as a storm cell closes in


A common sight during the stillwater season on our local Kamloops lakes


Mark from Rogers, Arkansas with his first Kamloops rainbow trout


A nice Pennask taking flight near the boat, one of the best things about this strain of fish


Phil Rowley netting a fish for a happy guest on Corbett Lake, BC

There are hundreds more photos from our spring stillwater season, but these are just a few that stand out and bring back great memories.  To contact for fall bookings email info@interiorflyfishingco.com or fill out the form below, thank you everyone!



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