Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort – Heli-Fishing Odyssey

Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort - Heli-Fishing Odyssey
Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort – Heli-Fishing Odyssey

If you love to fish and ride in a helicopter, then we have the perfect suggestion for you! Try an unforgettable heli-fishing odyssey with Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort, which has been named by Forbes Magazine as one of the top 10 eco-resorts in the world.

Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort is located in British Columbia, Canada and is a luxurious fly-fishing and wilderness adventure destination, nestled at the foothills of Mount Stevens along the Great Bear Rainforest coastline of British Columbia.

This angling odyssey is a must for angling a-fish-ionados and owner Craig Murray plus his long time friend and helicopter pilot Peter Barratt make your trip one t remember as are your expert guides. Barratt is the co-owner and founder of West Coast Helicopters. Riding along in a helicopter, journey deep into the 50,000-square-miles of wilderness surrounding Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort and try your fishing skills to catch salmon, steelhead, and bull and rainbow trout.

Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort has become one of the top fishing and wilderness resorts in all the world, offering greater than 30 river systems surrounding this amazing resort. All fishing at NimmoBay Wilderness Resort is catch-and-release using single, barbless hooks.

Regardless of when you want to visit and fish, the expertise of Murray and Barratt come into play knowing where the fish are. Between August and October are best for Coho salmon, summer steelhead and trout heli-fishing. From mid-April to June, you’ll find it best for winter steelhead heli-fishing.

Often a sought-after trophy fish, steelhead in the area range in size from 13 to 30 pounds, while Coho salmon commonly referred to as Silvers, tend to be 10 to 25 pounds.

Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort - Heli-Fishing Odyssey
Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort

Trip rates begin at $3,995 Cdn per person, per day and include your own helicopter with Murray and Barratt as your personal guides. You can book An Angling Odyssey in groups of two or four anglers for two, three or four days.

Additional services include: master masseurs; a photo program so each guest receives a memory stick with photos of their trip taken by Nimmo Bay staff; and the provision of all adventure and fishing gear. Taxes, fishing licences, return transportation to Port Hardy and gratuities are not included.

For more information, please call 1-800-837-4354 or visit


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