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Langara Fishing Lodge

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Langara Fishing Lodge is a fishing resort located at Langara Island in British Columbia's remote Haida Gwaii (formerly the Queen Charlotte Islands), just south of Alaska. The lodge features comfortable accommodations and gourmet dining, just minutes from North America's best salmon fishing. Packages are all-inclusive from Vancouver, with option of guided or unguided fishing. Experience world-class fishing for salmon and halibut, spectacular wildlife and whale watching, and enjoy the untouched beauty of these ancient islands. Established in 1985, Langara Fishing Lodge was the first sport fishing lodge to open in remote Haida Gwaii. In 30 years of operations it has established Langara Island as one of the world's great fishing destinations.
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Langara lodge is the best we had an amazing guide the food was so good we will be back We loved everything about the trip The lodge is very well ran All the boat are very comfortable our room s were very nice lots of good memories were made
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If a perfect trip means no glitches, Langara’s got it down. If they haven't thought of it, you don't need it. Seamless travel, customer focused staff, good accommodations for so far off the grid, good food and fabulous fishing. Easily the best fishing trip I/we’ve ever had.
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Just completed my third trip to the Langara Fishing Lodge and it gets better each time. The staff are incredibly friendly, helpful, and accommodating. One of the best experiences we have had in many years was when we hooked into a Chinook, had the transient Orcas feeding on a
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Everything about Langara Fishing Lodge is top notch. The meals, accommodations, staff, and lodging are all excellent, and thanks to our guide fishing was a success! I really can't think of a single bad aspect to our visit; in fact I was blown away by the attention to detail and
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Go there for great fishing, but experience all of it! Staff are amazing. Ask for anything, and they will get it for you, with a smile. Over the top customer service. Fresh baked warm pastry and Special coffees at 4:30am. Gourmet food menu. Hot soup delivered to your boat. Guides
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Hi Lynn, not sure if you've gone or sent your hubby on this trip yet? My hubby and I just got back. We live in Aurora, and I see that you live in Capreol (I grew up in Sudbury). So you are looking at getting to Toronto. Then you have have to fly to Vancouver - approx 5hrs ( air Canada or Westjet) The rest of the transportation is arranged by Langara. It is a 2 hr chartered flight north to Massett, BC, then a helicopter picks you up there and it's about a 15-20 min ride to Langara. You land on the dock. If you are not interested in fishing with your hubby....there is not much else to do. The area is very beautiful but you are kind of confined to the lodge. It's very remote and there is only one dirt road leading to a trail that you can walk on. It's very hilly and challenging. I believe he could go alone because all fishing at the Island lodge comes with a guide (which you need). All dinners (in the Chinook lodge) are eaten at one big communal table so he would meet lots of people. If he likes fishing...there is nothing else like it, it's incredible. We caught halibut, sole, rockfish, lingcod, black bass, coho salmon and chinook. Non-stop action. Weather was cold and wet but they provide you with warm suits and rubber boots. If he's prone to get seasick....that could be a problem. It's very exposed to the Pacific ocean...lots of waves and swells. But the air is clean and cool.... Good luck! Alison
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"They are all good. The larger main floating lodge moves less."
"The rooms on Barge 1 are small but functional. The newer section has larger rooms and less movement for anyone prone to motion illness."
"Room 1 and 2 are fabulous but truly every room has a great view"
"Both times we were here we had great rooms, I do not think they have anything else!"
"All room are great each over looking the ocean."
langara fishing hotel haida gwaii / queen charlotte islands
CanadaBritish ColumbiaHaida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands)
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