Fishing in the Peace River & Alaska Hwy Region
British Columbia, Canada
to the Peace River Alaska Highway region of British Columbia.
Located in the Northeast portion of the province, between the
Rocky Mountain Foothills on the west and the Alberta Plains on
the east, this is a land of diverse and fantastic beauty.
The rivers and lakes offer anglers world class fishing for Lake
Char, Northern Pike, Walleye, Arctic Grayling, Dolly Varden, Rainbow
Trout and Mountain Whitefish. Wildlife is abundant and visitors
are often treated to views of Grizzly and Black bears, deer, moose,
caribou, and bald eagles.
The Peace River Alaska Highway is truly a four season paradise.
Spring, summer and fall months provide vacationers great camping,
hiking, canoeing, fishing and hunting opportunities. While the
winter months are enjoyed by skiers, snowmobilers and ice-fishermen.
From endless hours of summer daylight to the incredible winter
displays of the Northern Lights, the friendly people of the Peace
River Alaska Highway region of B.C. welcome you to visit this
Lake - Approximately 400km (250mi)
north of Prince George and approximately 225km (140mi)
north of Mackenzie. This is a fly-in only area.
Lake - Williston Lake in the Peace River Alaska Highway
region of Northern British Columbia, is the largest lake
in BC. This man-made lake was created when the W.A.C.
Bennett Dam was built in 1968. Today, Williston Lake,
located near Hudaon's Hope and Mackenzie, offers boating
and fishing for Rainbow Trout, Lake Trout, Kokanee, Dolly
Varden & Northern Pike.