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Hi there

I absolutely love fishing for the browns and brookies on the island, but I have only fished the more common areas on the island. I have a full week off at the beginning of July, and I am looking for an adventure. I would like find a place to fish browns or maybe brookies that involves a pretty good hike. The girlfriend and I recently purchased packrafts, so that could be an option also, and are really looking for a lake or river that we can hike a long way into and target these species for a few days. Would anyone be good enough to offer a few suggestions and perhaps PM me with a few ideas. We are C&R only and really enjoy the challenge of getting good underwater film of catches and fighting the fish.

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hey Fishfanatic

post this on our sister site. there is a guy there that does guided trips into the wilderness on the island, if he sees your post quick enough hey might point you towards some spots :thumbup: I cant remember his username at the moment though :confused: If you have already posted there then just ignore me :happy:

I also sent you a PM :beerchug:
 

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hey there, not too sure if there are browns or brookies up here, but 'father and son' lake is apparently a bit of a hike in, off the beaten track and is a good fishing lake. i'm thinking its up in the stathcona area.
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fishwizard.com will tell you what species are in what lakes in BC. It is my go-to site for stocking info and depth charts. I then get other details off of google earth.
 

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Thanks guys. I'll look into father and son lake. We are definitely looking for a good hike. I haven't used Fish Wizard for a while now, but I'll see if I can locate any lakes/streams with browns in them!

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