Guided Drift Boat Fishing in Fernie Canada
Rent this Drift Boat for $300 per day in Fernie, British Columbia. Drift Boat Rental Rates Daily: $300 / 2 Days: $500 / Extra Day: $150 Gear Rental Rates Fly Rod & Reel - Daily: $25 / Extra Day: $10 Waders - Daily: $20 / Extra Day: $5 Wading Boots - Daily: $15 / Extra Day:$5 Complete Package - Daily: $50 / Extra Day: $25 - All rental rates are Subject to GST and PST (12%). A driver's license or deposit is required to rent any of the above items. Day Trips & Rates Float Trips Elk River - $575 St. Mary River - $595 Bow River - $595 Oldman River - $595 Kootenay River Bull Trout Safari - $750 Bull River - $595 Flathead River - $595 Waterton River - $595 - All trips are based on 1 or 2 Anglers, and are subject to 5% GST Walk N' Wade Trips Elk River & Tributaries - $575 Wigwam River & Tribs - $750 Bull River & Tribs - $595 Flathead River - $650 Crowsnest River - $595 - All Trips are based on 1 or 2 Anglers, and are subject to 5% GST - 3rd Angler - Walk N' Wade only add on - $185 (3rd Angler - Not Available on the Wigwam, Flathead or Bull) Stillwater (Lake) Trips in Spring and Fall Local Lakes - $450 Distant Lakes - $495 - All trips are based on 1 or 2 Anglers, and are subject to 5% GST All Trips Include: - Use of our extensive fly selection specifically selected for the waters we fish. - Plenty of beverages during the trip - Tasty lunch - Our expertise and experience in fly fishing the river, tributaries, and other local waters - Transportation to and from our fly shop - Full Day Float Trips in Mackenzie Style Drift Boats or drift rafts, or our full-day Walk N' Wade trips - NOT Included in Trips: BC Fishing Licences & Guide Gratuity If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
- Captain is included.
- A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
- 5 guests
- Jon Boat
We are renowned for its abundant supply of Westslope Cutthroat (Onchorynchus Clarki Lewsi). Arguably, cutthroat are one of the most beautiful of all the trout species and their willingness to rise freely to a well presented dry fly makes them even more enjoyable to catch. Recent conservation minded regulations, including bait bans, single barbless hooks, spawning closures, fly fishing only and catch and release, have given these native cutts a chance to grow and flourish. Catch rates and average fish size have increased markedly in the last ten years. It is not uncommon to land a cutthroat over twenty inches! Average size varies from fourteen to sixteen with a good number of nice fish in the eighteen inch range. Most Cutthroat are caught using dry flies or attractor patterns and our guides knowledge of the Elk River and its entomology will ensure you are using the right flies and fishing the most productive waters.
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.