National Geographic Magazine calls the Flathead River Valley "The Crown of the Continent". Tucked deep into BC’s southeast corner the valleys of the Flathead River Basin are home to many threatened and endangered species. The Flathead River is one of those rivers that is truly off the beaten path and is a tempting day trip for any angler. There are a number of fish to target as the river holds a healthy population of Bull Trout, Cutthroat, Rainbow,and Mountain Whitefish. The choice is yours to either spend the day floating the Flathead River in one of our rafts or exploring the banks on a walk and wade.
For more information on the Wild Flathead visit www.flathead.ca