Fall fly fishing in British Columbia with Beckie Clarke.
"Book guide Beckie Clarke for unbelievable fly fishing experience down the Elk River. The Elk River is a freestone river and is legendary in the angling world being known to many as one of the worlds most premier dry fly fisheries; you can't beat greedy cutthroat trout aiming to tease and please any angler. Filled with deep pools and buckets, under cut banks, sweet foam lines, big chunky rocks, log jams, dancing riffles, grassy banks and an array of back channels the Elk River offers a variety of angling adventure either walk and wading or drift boat fishing."
In the third part of the '#FernieStoke Original Series', Peter Harrison-Edge shares why fly fishing in Fernie, British Columbia is such a unique experience. Placing you in the tranquility of the Canadian Rockies. Fernie's ever-changing waters offer spectacular days from the moment the rivers open in June, to its closing in late-March.