Our facility is nestled in the woods of the Dean River delta.
Photos: BC West Staff
Stunning views of Kimsquit peak are had right from our courtyard, and accessing the Dean itself requires just a 10-minute walk through the trees.
Guests sleep in comfortable, wood-heated cabins. Our clubhouse provides a comfortable spot for relaxing, unwinding after a day’s fishing, and enjoying the evening meal. Our drying room provides a place to hang waders and raincoats, and our showers are downright luxurious.
Meals combine fresh local ingredients, careful expert preparation, creative presentation and a great selection of wines. We hear on a weekly basis from our guests that our food is without peer in the world of destination fishing.
Our guest cabins have running water, comfortable beds and wood heat. Several of our cabins house two anglers, and one cabin provides lodging for four anglers—perfect for a group of four that would like to ‘stick together’ during the week.
The main lodge building includes our kitchen, dining room and housing for our management. The dining room has loads of natural light, and is the spot for breakfast and our main mid-day meal.
A separate large cabin with a casual seating area, our clubhouse provides the main indoor lounge area at the lodge. Comfortable couches, a wood stove, fishing pictures and a fly tying area all greet guests upon entry into the clubhouse. In addition, our light evening meal is served in the clubhouse. It’s a room with character like no other, and the site of many a fish tale.
Shower House / Drying Room
Constructed in the summer of 2007, our combination shower house/drying room provides comfortable central shower facilities and a heated room to ensure that waders and raingear are dry the morning following a hard rain or a wade that got just a little too deep.
Our lodge is tucked into the woods, so our grounds are made up of the native forest of coastal BC. Neat landscaping and paths connect our group of buildings, and a footpath allows a beautiful, peaceful 10-minute walk to the river.