Sept. 11/16

Fishing has been good the past few day for worm fisherman fishing in shallow water as the chironomid hatches slow down pushing the larger fish into shallower water to feed. Trollers with gang troll/flat fish, hot shots have also been … Continue reading

Sept. 5/16

Fishing was good to excellent over the weekend. Guests trolling quick fish, hot shots, gang trolls with either wedding band or worms caught fish. Chironomid hatches are still ongoing with size 12 in various colors coming off. Fish are feeding … Continue reading


Fishing remained spotty last week, and pretty slow on the weekend. We saw some very warm temps, and not many bugs hatching. The lakes algae layer has been all stirred up from some heavy winds. When fishing is tough, worms … Continue reading

Aug. 14, 16

Trollers using spinners and hot shots(silver/blue and pink) caught fish yesterday along with fishers using a float and worm. Some large Chironomids and 12’s were coming off yesterday and fishing was still in a small area in one spot and … Continue reading

Aug. 10/16

The past few days has had a bit of the last of unstable weather push through as the low moves East. Weather forecast is looking like were finally getting our summer conditions with high pressure moving in today. Fishing should … Continue reading


Lots of unstable weather up here again, but the forecast after today is looking fantastic…finally! We hosted the first ‘FlyBC Summer Fish-In” this past weekend, well attended, and a good time had by all, we enjoyed hosting them. Hatches continue … Continue reading


Summer is here, finally, and looks like it’s sticking around for a while! We’ve seen some pretty good days out on Tunkwa this past week.Some days on fire red hot, the next, a bit slower kinda hit or miss.The bigger … Continue reading

July 18/16

Another week of unstable weather, with lots of rain, the occasional thunderstorm moving throughout he area. This has made the fishing really ‘up and down’. Tunkwa lake level is remaining nice and high, and water temps are staying cool. Algae … Continue reading