Suskeena Lodge on the Sustut River British Columbia.     

Fly Fishing for wild Steelhead at its best!


For a glimpse of what you can expect during your stay, check out this promo video from our friends at Lost Coast Outfitters and Simms Fishing Products and let your dreams take you to this far-off place!

Current openings can be found on our Rates and Travel page.

Suskeena is family run steelhead lodge - click on the link for a little history behind the family that make it happen - video made by our friends over at Simms Fishing Products

BC Steelhead Fly Fishing Suskeena LodgeSuskeena Lodge on the Sustut River is truly a jewel that is largely unknown except among a core group of fanatics that fish the river annually as they try to crack the 30-pound mark for wild steelhead. This is the remotest of all the famous Skeena tributaries meaning that guests visiting Suskeena Lodge will enjoy peace and solitude as they pursue the fish of a lifetime on legendary waters. The 100% wild strain of steelhead entering the Sustut are among the largest in the world and only compare to those of its neighbours in the Babine and Kispiox rivers to the South.

Accessible only by aircraft, Suskeena Lodge in Northern British Columbia boasts a beautiful remote setting with world-class wilderness accommodations accentuated by food and hospitality that are second to none.

British Columbia Fly Fishing Steelhead - Sustut River LodgeThe capacity of the lodge is limited to 9 anglers during prime weeks enabling each angler to enjoy equal opportunity at every section of the river. Guests can expect our experienced Guides, who focus solely on the Sustut, to fish you on virgin water every single day of the trip! Focusing on one river allows us to hone in your skills and our expertise for your optimum success and enjoyment!

Our season begins in late August as the first aggressive fish enter the river in gin clear water and runs until the end of October when the fish are holding in numbers as they await their winter dormancy. The early season is magical with sunny skies and warm water. Dry-fly fishing can be the go-to method this time of year and can be off the charts. By October the leaves have dropped and cold nights and sunny days are the norm. This is the time of year when numbers of steelhead stack up in the river and provide excellent visuals and some incredible days of fishing. 

To watch what a week at Suskeena can look like check out this video courtesy of Keith Braunis at