Rates & Location

The program

We offer a fixed date six night, 5 day fishing package based on single rooms and two anglers fishing together for the duration of the program.

Sample itinerary:

Day 1: Arrive Brooks Creek in the afternoon. Unpack, relax, explore the ranch or fish on your own if desirable. Appetizers and dinner.
Day 2-6: Breakfast at 7am. Full day of fishing. Return for appetizers and dinner.
Day 7: After breakfast, depart for home.
Don't hesitate to inquire about adding days to your program.


6 night / 5 day stay - $6500 US per angler. $4500 for non-fishing partners. Includes accommodations, classified river license fees, beer, wine, food and guiding. Excluding base BC and Alberta licenses, gratuities, transfer to / from the lodge, Canadian taxes and any additional purchases.

Fixed dates

June 26-July 2, July 2-8, July 8-14, July 14-20, July 20-26, July 26-Aug 1, Aug 1-7, Aug 7-13, Aug 13-19, Aug 19-25, Aug 25-31, Aug 31-Sept 6, Sept 6-12,
Sept 12-18, Sept 18-24, Sept 24-30

Location and directions

Travel to Fernie is easy for US or international visitors. Best route for Americans is to fly into Kalispell, rent a car and drive north on Highway 93. Drive time is approximately 2 hours from Kalispell. The route to Fernie takes you north through the Flathead Valley, known for its sprawling meadows and tranquil lakes into Canada at the Roosville border crossing. Fernie and Brooks Creek Ranch lies forty-minutes on Highway 93. It is a gorgeous drive with lots of wildlife. It is also possible to fly into Calgary, Alberta or Cranbrook, British Columbia. Don’t hesitate to call B or Jeff for advice on routing or help with travel. Best number is 778-269-0061. The address to be plugged into your mapping app is: 100 Lladner Creek FSR, Fernie, BC V0B1M5. It is roughly fifteen minutes north of Fernie.

From the tranquil Elk River, renowned for its thriving populations of wild trout and incredible scenery, Fernie offers a diverse range of fly fishing and outdoor opportunities that are seemingly never-ending… Particularly when you consider it is a town with less than ten-thousand people. It it is truly a four-season destination as there are hundreds of miles of biking and hiking trails, lakes and a world-class ski resort all within ten miles of the town center to explore. If you are coming to Brooks Creek Ranch, don’t hesitate to take a day to see the area. It is every bit as spectacular as the fishing.


Brooks Creek Ranch

100 Lladner Creek FSR,
Fernie, BC Canada
V0B 1M5