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I had the most amazing experience at the Queen Charlotte Lodge over the summer of 2016. I am new to fishing but never felt so at home thanks to the expertise and hospitality of the QCL staff. The fishing grounds were bountiful as were the...More
Amazing fishing, great location and they really put the customer first in everything that they do. From the lodge itself, the boats and equipment and the food, everything was first class. This was my first time visiting QCL and will definitely not be my last!!!
I have been to several fishing lodges in British Columbia (having over 20 trips under my belt) and QCL sets the standard for excellence. Their facilities and staff are the best in the industry and the fact that so many staff have been with them...More
What a truly amazing place. After shaking the owner Paul's hand once off the helicopter we were on the fishing grounds an hour later. Our guide Sean was professional, knew where the fish were and...well, he was just a great young man. The staff (who...More
This was our 1st fishing trip to QCL. We expected great customer service as Paul had told us to be prepared to be impressed but the staff took it to a whole new level. I will not even think of going to any other resort...More
The weather here in Haida Gwaii is generally cooler than wherever our guests are coming from! This week in early June the daytime temperatures are around 13-15 degrees C and it can feel cooler than that on the water. Pack... More
The weather here in Haida Gwaii is generally cooler than wherever our guests are coming from! This week in early June the daytime temperatures are around 13-15 degrees C and it can feel cooler than that on the water. Pack layers - a snug Smartwool base layer with a polar fleece jacket or pullover is good. We provide good warm waterproof gear for your time on the water. You'll wear comfortable stretch rain pants in the boat so again a fleece or wool legging or sweatpant is a good choice for underneath.
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"We stayed in the main lodge and enjoyed it. Food and drinks were great! great touch to have high end alcohol..."