Suskeena Lodge BC Canada
Rates and Travel Info


2024 Trip Dates & Rates

Pricing is in US dollars and per each angler. Availability is subject to change at short notice. A deposit of 50% of trip price is required upon booking to secure your spot and non-refundable or transferable. Final payments are due in August after fishery assessment.

Sept 3 - 10 (6 rod capacity)
Sept 10 - 17 (6 rod capacity)
Sept 17 - 24 (9 rod capacity)
Sept 24 - Oct 1 (9 rod capacity)
Oct 1 - 8 (9 rod capacity)
Oct 8 - 15 (9 rod capacity)
Oct 15 - 22 (6 rod capacity)

Please contact us for up to date availability.

Included in Package

Package price includes:

Round trip private air charter from Smithers, 6 days guided fishing, en suite accommodation, all meals, quality wine, hard alcohol and casual beer. Package price is based on double occupancy in weeks of 9 rods and single occupancy in weeks of 6.

Not included in package price:

Travel, hotel & shuttle expenses to & from Smithers, fishing licenses (approximately $400 – $450 CAD), staff gratuities* (cash or check only) & lodge merchandise.

All anglers must adhere to all travel requirements into and out of Canada.

Suskeena Lodge is catch and release fly fishing only. Single barbless hooks are mandatory. Fish handling will be as minimal as possible.

Guided Fly Fishing

An experienced guide is included in your package; 3 anglers per boat in weeks of 9 rods and 2 anglers per boat in weeks of 6 rods, and daily jet-boat transportation on the river.

All anglers, whether beginner or expert, can count on knowledgeable, experienced guides that have spent seasons on the Sustut to help you, or not help you, as much or as little as necessary. Catch rates are highly variable depending on endless environmental factors. But generally as a rule of thumb, one fish landed per angler per day is a wonderful goal that is very achievable. There are many occasions throughout each season when catch rates exceed this number.

Recommended Gear

Double-handed rods or spey rods are the most effective tools of this trade and are especially useful to beginner anglers enabling them to cover water efficiently after a short lesson from your guide. A 7wt or 8wt rod in the 12 to 14 foot range paired with a skagit or modern shooting head in grains 375 to 650 depending on your setup is recommended. Longer rods are generally better for less experienced anglers.

Full floating and a range of Sinking Tip lines or “sink tips” are most useful. Either a selection of varying lengths of T-14, T-11 or a selection of the modern MOW tips are best and commonly understood in the industry. A selection of 30/20/15/12 pound Maxima or equivalent is the standard in monofilament leader material.

The Sustut River is a steelhead fly-fishers dream

Book your next fly fishing adventure with us and enjoy exclusive access to great fishing opportunites.