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What is the Great Bear Rainforest?

What is the Great Bear Rainforest?

During your visit to our BC salmon fishing lodge, you’ll have a chance to explore the beautiful Great Bear Rainforest. From Knight Inlet to the Alaska Panhandle, the Great Bear Rainforest runs for about 400 kilometers or approximately 250 miles along the central and...

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How to Take Better Pictures of Wildlife During Wilderness Tours

How to Take Better Pictures of Wildlife During Wilderness Tours

Whether you’re an experienced photographer or simply an animal lover, our Wilderness Tours at Sointula Lodge is a great chance to capture some incredible shots of British Columbia’s wildlife! From orcas, whales, and dolphins in the waves below, to black bears and deer...

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Wildlife to Watch for While Staying at British Columbia Lodges

Wildlife to Watch for While Staying at British Columbia Lodges

Visiting British Columbia lodges is a great chance to try your hand at casting for Pacific salmon, halibut, and other fish. But in between reeling in a record catch, you’ll also likely catch sight of at least a few of the incredible animals that call remote British...

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4 Things Every American Should Know Before Visiting Canada

4 Things Every American Should Know Before Visiting Canada

Thinking about planning all inclusive Canada fishing trips? Or maybe even your very first visit to Canada? As an American, there are a few things you should know about crossing the northern border. From checking your passport to getting travel insurance, keep reading...

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A History of Sointula

A History of Sointula

If you’ve landed on our website, you probably already know a little bit about Sointula Lodge. Our Sointula accommodation is a destination for fishermen from around the world who come to fish for salmon, halibut, and more in the pristine waters that surround our...

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