The coastal rainforest of British Columbia is one of the most primal fly fishing destinations on earth. Featuring massive, glacial rivers, rocky coastlines, old-growth forests and abundant wildlife, this corner of North America is simply astounding. And it’s captured quite nicely in the video below.
This place is a bit south of Alaska’s Tongass National Forest, but the landscape is similar, as are the fish and the fishing. From steelhead in the spring to big silvers in the fall, fishing this country would be a lifelong endeavor. But, oh, what a life it would be.
— Chris Hunt