Fly Fishing In Canada Offers Unforgettable Fishing Adventure

Wilderness Fishing Yukon offers a great place to relax, unwind and go fly fishing. The Yukon has become a more popular location than British Columbia, Alaska or Ontario, Canada.

The Yukon Territory is the “Land of the Midnight Sun”. There is daylight to fish 24/7 with a charter group. This part of western Canada borders Alaska to the west, Northwest Territories to the east and British Columbia to the South. In respect to beauty, the Yukon has wide valleys and view which are a magnet for photographers as well as hikers and anglers. One percent of the area is inland water surface with more than half of the land forested.

The Yukon has expanses of wetlands where the aquatic vegetation forms an excellent habitat for a wide range of fish species. These include Northern Pike, also known as Jackfish, Lake Trout, Whitefish, Arctic Grayling and Lake Whitefish. The vegetation in the Yukon is somewhat less dense than in other parts of Western Canada, making fly fishing easier.

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