We will be ice fishing for stocked Rainbow Trout on one of the local lakes right here in Whistler. The fish range between 8 & 14 inches in length but if you are lucky there is the “chance” of hooking an 18 + inch trout. This is a great experience for those new to ice fishing. I will set up a large tent-like ice fishing shelter which will have a heater inside to keep you nice and toasty. We also put you in a pair of insulated winter boots with ice cleats for warmth & safety. If it’s a nice day you can move around the lake a lot more. This way, you can take in all the beautiful scenery the area has to offer which includes Whistler and Blackcomb mountain in the background. There is a good chance we will have the lake all to ourselves. It’s the perfect getaway when you need a break from skiing and want some quiet time. This is truly a Canadian experience that you must cross off your bucket list
- We have a large insulated tent to keep you out of the elements
- A propane heater to keep you toasty
- We put all clients in a pair of insulated waterproof boots equipped with ice cleats so you can truly enjoy this Canadian experience
WHAT TO BRING
- Purchased & printed 1 day basic fishing licence
- Warm socks, gloves, hat, multiple layers & waterproof winter jacket
- Snacks & water
- Fishing stories of the one that got away
Frequently asked questions
Anyone 16 years of age and older must purchase & print a 1 DAY BASIC FRESHWATER fishing licence for the date of your trip. Those under the age of 16 DO NOT need a licence. Please email us your fishing licences (PDF format) if you don’t have access to a printer and we will gladly print it. Please click the link below to purchase. Select “Register Now”
Temperatures range from 0 degrees to -20 degrees Celsius. We ask clients to dress like they would if they were going skiing for the day. With that being said, we have an insulated ice fishing shelter, propane heater & insulated winter boots to keep you warm
We would never jeopardize the safety of our clients on unsafe ice. We require a minimum of 4 inches of clear ice before setting foot on a frozen lake. This is a general guideline to follow. We often see ice thickness in excess of 12 inches here in Whistler so you have nothing to worry about!
There is a reason it is called fishing and not catching 🙂 Although we catch fish on the majority of our trips…there are times when the fishing can be slow. It’s just part of the game. With that being said, under these circumstances our guides will do everything in their power to put you on fish and will often extend the trip length if the fishing is tough. In addition we also have a fish finder for ice fishing which is called a “flasher” which dramatically increases the chance of catching fish!
You can give a person a fish…or you can teach them how to fish and our company believes in just teaching. We have a STRICT catch & release policy in place. No exceptions are made
For general questions or to book a guided fishing trip please get in touch with us