Peak Lodge is located in the eastern portion of the Cariboo
region, nestled in the Cariboo Mountains adjacent to Wells Gray Provincial
Park. We have a cozy log lodge on picturesque and remote Gotchen Lake
and are the only ones on the lake, ensuring complete privacy for our guests.
We can accommodate up to twelve persons but prefer to have only eight
to ten guests at a time to provide a more personalized service. We offer
three to seven day fishing packages from June to September, which include:
lodging in comfortable, modern lake shore log cabins, maid service, guide
service, boats, motors and belly boats, angling licenses, fish cleaning,
smoking and vacuum packing. There are horses and tack for those wanting
a horseback fishing experience. Breakfasts and dinners are served in the
lodge dining room, while lunches are usually eaten picnic style while
fish numerous lakes, streams and rivers for wild rainbow trout, lake trout,
bull trout and kokanee. In order to maintain a high quality fishing experience,
we encourage our clientele to practice catch and release techniques and
to only keep a few select fish to savour for the smokehouse or barbecue.
Our waters have rainbows up to 15 pounds, bull trout to 17 pounds, lake
trout (char) up to 30 pounds and kokanee up to 1 1/2 pounds. Fly fishing
and spin casting are both excellent methods of luring the rainbow to your
net, while trolling is the most successful method used in catching lake
trout and kokanee. We have everything from fast action fishing, where
you could conceivably catch and release more than 100 feisty trout a day,
to stalking beautiful trophy rainbows in a crystal clear river, comparable
to the best in Alaska.
your stay, you can fish Gotchen and nearby walk in lakes and we will take
you by vehicle on daily excursions to other lakes and streams. For our
guests who would like even more of an adventure, we offer a horseback
fishing experience. On these horseback rides, we pack in by horseback
from one to three hours to a remote wilderness lake, with wild rainbow
trout in the 1 to 6 pound range. We offer drift trips along the Horsefly
River, a classified river that is catch and release and fly fishing
only with a single, barbless hook. Rainbow trout have been recorded in the river up
to 28 pounds. Naturally, the larger trout are more difficult to attract.
However, many wild rainbows can be caught daily in the 2 to 10 pound range.
The Mitchell River has the same attributes as the Horsefly but is more
remote and fly fishing only. We also arrange fly-outs to several other inaccessible lakes for our guests,
50 different lakes and streams to fish!
Cost per person in US funds
A Fly-Out to a lake on a Guided or Basic Package would be subject to "then" current pricing.
Transportation Service Rates
From Williams Lake to our Lodge
(return): $375.00 per round trip per vehicle. Each vehicle holds
up to four guests.
Guide for a day:
$450.00 per day for a party of 4 or less plus
$125.00 per person per day on the Horsefly if this is the river you wish
to fly fish on.
River Guided Drift Fishing Trips:
Horsefly River is a Class 2, fly fishing only, catch and release only, large rainbow trout
river and angling days are limited. Our daily rate on the river is $125.00
U.S. in addition to the above lodge packages and includes:
2 Waters Angling License
River Guided Trips:
The Mitchell River is a wilderness river located in Cariboo Mountains Provincial Park. It is a catch and release, large rainbow and bull trout river and angling days are limited. Our Mitchell River trip can be done as an add-on to our basic lodge packages or as a trip unto itself and is available for up to 3 days at a time.
The additional cost would be $700.00 per person. This includes:
Meals and Comfortable Cabin Accommodation
TRIPS are subject to the Goods & Service Tax. All prices are based on
double occupancy. Single occupancy would cost an additional 25%. All
packages (except the Outpost Camps) are based on an 11:00 a.m. arrival and
departure time at the Lodge. Basic Packages include lodging, food and the use of our boats. Guided and Deluxe Guided Packages include lodging, food, the use of our boats and transportation from the lodge to the various fishing spots except where
ABOVE RATES DO NOT INCLUDE: Hotel expenses before or after contracted
period, alcoholic beverages and tobacco, fishing tackle and gear, personal
belongings, Goods & Services Tax (GST), or gratuities.
INDEMNITIES: Each client accepts any risk involved in the participation on
any of our trips and indemnifies Eureka Peak Lodge & Outfitters Ltd.
against injury suffered by the client. Each person will be required to
sign a contract and a waiver at the time of booking.
CONDITIONS: A non-refundable 30% deposit per person is required on all
bookings, with the balance due upon departure from the Lodge. In the case
of the outpost camps the balance is due 30 days before arrival at the
camp. Personal cheque will only be accepted on the initial deposit.
Cancellations must be received at least 30 days prior to the start of the
trip for your deposit to be transferable to another trip the same year.
Final payment may be made in any of the following forms: Visa, money
orders, bank drafts, recognized traveler’s cheques, or currency. No
refunds will be given upon withdrawal from any trip in progress.
bookings and information contact:
Peak Lodge & Outfitters
Box 1332, 100 Mile House, BC
Canada V0K 2E0
: (250) 397-2445
Toll Free: 1-877-538-6566