Species Profile
Sea-run Arctic Char
Salvelinus Alpinus

 

THE MOST PROLIFIC fishery available to the traveling speyfisher today is in Arctic Canada. Here, on top of the world, in the Inuit sovereign province of Nunavut, the Ekaluk River char grows to impressive proportions and, given the harsh reality of Arctic life, is predisposed to attack most anything resembling food. Of course, it’s not always easy, but competent anglers may occasionally need to pinch themselves to believe their good fortune. The camp has only a two-week season for 24 total rods. A journey to the Ekaluk belongs on every serious fly swinger’s bucket list.

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Our Sea-run Arctic Char Destinations & Partners

August – September

Ekaluk River NU — B & J Flyfishing Camp Ekaluk

2018 Hosted Sea Trout Trips

Aug 28 – Sep 4: Nunavut | Ekaluk River Arctic Char [full]

No availalibity in the trip you want? Get on the wait list as an alternate for this year or for an opening next year. Just send an email and indicate which trip you are interested in.