What We Offer
Fishing

Fishing is a great sport that provides a wonderful relaxing vacation for any age group. But whoever the fisher, and whatever the age, these beautiful fighting Kamloops and native rainbow trout are certainly an exciting catch. 

We fish over 20 lakes, varying in elevation from 4,000 to 4,800 feet. Fishing is therefore excellent from mid-May until October. The average-sized fish is from 12-18” up to 24” waiting for the lucky fisher.  Spin cast or fly fish either way a 50+ day is a regular occurrence for anyone who likes to count. 

Rowboats and life jackets are provided as well as docks on our 2 private lakes (Rioux and Duebe).  Be it one of our lakes or one of the 20+ that surround us most often you and your crew are the only humans to be seen on these untouched, serene freshwater hideaways.  Ultimate tranquility, breathtaking vistas and phenomenal fly fishing for as long as your schedule will let you stay!

When you’re up at Moose Camp, the hardest part of your day will be deciding what lake to discover and conquer today!  Ample time around the breakfast table to quiz our regulars on where to go and what flies to bring along.  Dive into our in-house library of fly fishing books and local lake reports and fully immerse yourself in an exciting fishing getaway!

Some good choices for the fly fisher are the Tom Thumb, Careys, Doc Spratley, Dragonfly Nymph, Woolly Worm, and of course, your favourites. For trolling the #4, and #6 Mepps, and all types of flatfish (the particularly good ones are the silver and black speckled, gold and fluorescent.

Once You're Booked...

We send you location-specific information for rods, lines and flies.

We're Happy To Help Line Up...

Your fishing license and answer any other questions you have about regulations.

Amenities
  • 3 log guest cabins (sleep 4-5)
  • All cabins have lake view, covered front porch, cozy wood stove & hot showers
  • Gated drive-in access for ultimate privacy in our untouched 600+ acres
  • On-site ice machine
  • Rowboats
  • Float tubes
  • Kayaks
  • Large firepit
  • Fish smoker
  • 550 thread count Egyptian cotton linens provided in all cabins
  • Accommodations for 14
  • Central historic dining house/guest lounge with covered front deck
Forest Therapy

Also known as Forest bathing or Shinrin Yoku a guided Forest Therapy walk is a great way to get the most benefit out of you Moose Camp getaway.  Check out www.naturefulconnections.com to learn more.  A short 2- to 3-hour walk offers lasting healing effects for your mind, body and soul.

No cause for concern; however, this amazing and bountiful practice will only steal a few hours of your time at Camp if you want it to.  Always happy to accommodate, Julia can cater to your interests and guide a private walk around that.  30 to 60 minute mini walks are also available that may just bring you by a special nearby wilderness wonder. 😉