Hosted Steelhead fly fishing in the famous Santa Cruz River in Argentina. This stunning river has a huge population of Steelhead that during the end of March through to beginning of May run the river. These fish have very little pressure and with our small groups enables us to make sure all our customers get lots of action.
Steelhead Fly Fishing Holidays
Steelhead are sea run Rainbow Trout, just like Salmon, these fish return each year to the rivers, where they were born to spawn. However, unlike Pacific Salmon, these Steelhead do not die after spawning, they return back to the sea. Over the last few years, Steelhead have become a massive favourite for fly fishing anglers from all over the world. Like everything, timing is essential to catch Steelhead. We have many destinations to choose from and our advice about where and when to go will be important.
Ever wanted to join an escorted Salmon fishing trip to some of the best Salmon fishing to be found? Well, now is your chance, as we have teamed up with Andrew owner and guide at Kalum River Lodge to provide you some of the best fishing on peak weeks for Salmon and Steelhead.
Probably one of the most famous locations in British Columbia, fly fishing for both Kings and legendary Steelhead is BC West. This lodge is located less than a mile from the mouth of the world famous Dean River, where stories of hard takes, and the relentless runs of the “super” Steelhead are hard to comprehend.
This is fishing for Steelhead in probably the world’s last great-untapped Steelhead river, in the middle of the immeasurable plains of Patagonia. Steelhead has often been credited as being one if not the hardest fighting migratory fish and the specimens in Santa Cruz are no exception.
Fishing the Skeena is considered by many to be the best Steelhead and Salmon fishing in the world. The Skeena watershed holds the world record for both Steelhead on the fly and with conventional tackle. Fly fishermen all over the world have come to the Skeena to test their skills against these magnificent fish.