June is a very fishy month. Almost all of our lakes are fishing well from those at lower elevations to those near 4,000 feet. Rainbow and Cutthroat Trout are actively feeding following their May spawning cycle. The long winter and recent spawning find the trout very hungry and eager to put on some weight. June water temperatures are typically cool and in the range at which trout are most active. Once the summer heat is on us, the lake water warms up and the fish are generally tougher to catch. We have lakes with many fish that are relatively easy to catch. We also have lakes with bigger fish that take more patience to hook.
Most of our trips involve float tubing on our smaller lakes with guides close at hand to assist. We can also take less able-bodied guests (2 per boat) out on Alta Lake in our oar powered drift boat.
A fly-in trip to Spruce Lake makes for a very special day. Spruce Lake is absolutely teeming with trout and the flight in is spectacular. Sightings of mountain goats, bears, eagles and deer are regular occurrences.
We take anglers of all abilities from first-timers to seasoned fly fishers. If you have been thinking about trying fly fishing, this is the time to get out there. Fathers Day is approaching and a trip with Whistler Fishing Guides makes for a great gift.
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