One of the most famed fishing locations in the world, Langara Island is in the south-west of Canada, close to the U.S. border. If you are looking to get back to the wilderness then this may be fairly high on your list due to the simple lodgings and old, frontier-style towns located nearby. The fishing is believed to be so good because of migratory routes that apply to both the sea and the rivers that meet at this island, allowing both salt-water and fresh-water fishing.
A very popular activity to participate in is whale watching as many different species of Orca and Whale pass by here in search of the Arctic waters. One of the most interesting things to do when here is to stay aboard specifically designed ‘floating hotels’ which are essentially large sailing ships catering for the well-to-do fisherman. All necessary bait and specialist equipment is available to rent from the owners. Surrounding the island there are a number of small villages of the Haida peoples which are fascinating to visit, although a permit must be sought before entering as a measure to preserve the privacy and culture of the natives.
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