Please help: Stag for May.

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fishing Forum' started by Steve, Jan 27, 2018.

  1. Steve

    Steve New Member

    Hi All, I posted this request in the Saltwater section be we are not opposed to freshwater fishing.

    I have to plan a stag for May/June of this year and the groom has never even attempted to catch a fish. I really want him to be able to catch something. It will be around 6 guys or so. Can you recommend something, along the fraser or the vedder? Maybe where we can do some camping as well?

    Thanks all.
     
  2. Reeltime

    Reeltime Well-Known Member

  3. Damien

    Damien Active Member

    Do a sturgeon charter?
     
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  4. halimark

    halimark Active Member

    Possibly St Mary's lake on Salt Spring, give them a call?? Bass and trout, camping for a couple nights, organize some games with prizes. I do think freshwater has its benefits, cheaper, easier to organize weather wise, safer. Good luck whatever you do, remember, its all about memories.

    Many years ago I attended a "2 night stag" at Lizard Lake here on the Island. Best Man booked all sites in the walk in section=noise and drinking easier on other campers. Ooh what a time we had, even caught fish.

    HM
     
  5. Damien

    Damien Active Member

    Also, you might want to double check with the venue/accomodation, or you know, not tell them you are booking for a stag. Some places have a "no stag" policy.
     
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  6. Reeltime

    Reeltime Well-Known Member

    Guides probably can't stand when it turns into a booze cruise, heard of a guide packing up because nobody wanted to fight a fish and
    everyone on board were pickled lol..
     
  7. halimark

    halimark Active Member

    Good points, best to ask groom what he wants and expectations. No good on ocean if groom gets deathly sea sick, also be up front with venue's they may have ideas, extras or specials.

    HM
     
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  8. wildmanyeah

    wildmanyeah Active Member

  9. Fish Camp

    Fish Camp Well-Known Member

    Pitt lake adventure center has many large canoes for rent .250 yards across the river from the launch at the center is Widgon slough and creek, paddle up 4k widgon creek to remote beaches for outback wilderness camping and hiking.
     
  10. Old Blue

    Old Blue Active Member

    Bon Chovy do some overnight trips to Bowen and the gulf islands
     
  11. Reeltime

    Reeltime Well-Known Member

    Check out Bent Rods, he guides and has accommodations, some good cutthroat fishing that time of the year, no packing
    any camping gear, full kitchen, bbq ,fire pit and on a farm sounds like a pretty cool set up.
    Check out the link https://www.bentrods.ca/
     
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  12. Whitebuck

    Whitebuck Active Member

    Gimme any saltwater action over pincusion beatdown sturgeon.....
     

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