- Person 1625
- Private (1-4 guests)
We are calling this unnamed lake “July Lake” because it was first visited by us on Canada Day (July 1 st ). The colours of this glacially fed lake are spectacular and change throughout the season. There are plenty of ducks in this lake, which can be an indicator of fish. We have only been here a handful of times and haven’t had any luck yet, but we suspect there are cutthroat trout hiding in here somewhere. The lake is also very deep, which can make fishing challenging. This lake is probably the most beautiful out of all the lakes available to us for kayak fishing.
Fish species present: Cutthroat Trout (unconfirmed).
- 50-minute round trip flight
- Use of kayaks and fishing gear
- Introduction to kayaking and kayak fishing
- Professional trip photos
- Lepp Farm Market Picnic Lunch
Please note, fishing licenses are required. A 1-Day angling license can be purchased online here ($10 for BC residents, $20 for non-residents).
We ask that you keep your personal bags to 10lbs or less.Please be advised that temperatures in the mountains are 10 to 20 degrees colder than the city. We recommend dressing in outdoor apparel active layers: long pants, long sleeve or short sleeve shirt, wind breaker fleece, and appropriate outdoor footwear (hiking shoes, boots or trail runners with lightweight merino wool socks). Please ensure footwear is clean to prevent introduction of invasive soils and plant species. Rain jacket, hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, and sun glasses are recommended as well. For those on the kayak or paddle-board trips, you may get wet, and therefore we suggest you bring a change of clothes. Or if it’s really hot out, bring sandals, a towel, and swimming attire in addition to the above items. We encourage all guests to bring a day bag with extra clothes if unforeseen mechanical or weather issues are encountered on your flight that require a stop over in the wilderness.
What not to wear: dark colours, cotton clothing, jeans with holes in them, street shoes, dress shoes