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Squamish Fishing By Floatplane
The best backcountry fishing experience of your life
Flights Departing Daily From Sea To Sky Air, Squamish Airport. Book Now.
Looking for a once in a lifetime adventure? Fish for untouched rainbow trout in a pristine high-alpine lake with Trout Country fishing guides!
Charter a private floatplane from Squamish, BC and soar over our beautiful coastal mountain peaks. With your own private fishing guide from Trout Country, you’ll spend the day angling for untouched, eager rainbow trout in the turquoise waters of a fly-in only lake.
How to book: use the calendar to request your preferred date and we will be in touch shortly to confirm your booking.
For 2 – $1600
For 1 – $1450
Note: Trips are for 2 people, plus guide & pilot. If your group is more than 2 people please book multiple trips or call us on 604 898 1975.
Squamish fishing by floatplane: Why you’ll love it
Each angler is outfitted with waders, fins and their own personal belly boat or pontoon boat. Site cast for rising trout or troll for deeper lying fish they are sure to be biting as they are rarely targeted. It will be an incredible day fishing in remote wilderness that you won’t soon forget.
The floatplane tour alone is recommended as one of the best things to do in Squamish! So why not add in a little fishing while you gaze at beautiful glaciers and stunning waterfalls.
Whether you’re shooting on an iPhone, GoPro or with a DSLR, there’s incredible landscape in every direction just waiting to be captured and shared.
Explore areas rarely visited by humans
The Squamish valley is the result of mountains forged over 250,000,000 years ago clashing with prehistoric glaciers. It’s wild up there and our pilots are your direct line to the region’s natural history. You’ll all be wearing headsets and will be able to ask the pilot questions as you fly.
Jaw-droppng Perspective On Squamish
On the floatplane ride you’ll get to see a little bit of everything all rolled in to one. Alpine lakes, jagged peaks, secret waterfalls, and rumbling glaciers are just a few of the unforgettable sights that will leave your jaw on the floor…and just wait until you see where you’ll be fishing.
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FAQs & Good To Know
Flying in our aircraft is just like travelling in a car, we have ventilation and heating control. Simply, dress for the season and we recommended you bring sunglasses. All ages can participate in a flight. Children up to 2 years old are considered infants, and must sit on the lap of a responsible guardian. Children older than 2 must have their own seat in the aircraft.
How To Get Here
From Whistler: Head south on Highway 99 and drive for 50km until you see signs for Alice Lake Provincial Park on your left. At the 4-way junction, turn right onto Squamish Valley Road. Follow the signs for the airport. Next turn left onto Government Road and follow it until you see signs for Sea To Sky Air.
From Vancouver: Head North on Highway 99 for around 75km until you see signs for Alice Lake Provincial Park on your right. At the 4-way junction, turn left onto Squamish Valley Road. Follow the signs for the airport. Next turn left onto Government Road and follow it until you see signs for Sea To Sky Air.