In September 2020 I'm going to be in British Colombia with my friend Christoph to fish some Steelhead's on Dean River!

The Dean River is a 260 km long tributary of the Pacific Ocean in the southwest of British Columbia in Canada. It is revered amongst Steelhead anglers as having some of the hottest Steelhead on the planet and is also called “steelhead heaven”.

From the website of the organizer:

On the Dean anglers enjoy summer weather, few bugs, water temps a constant 50º, snowcapped peaks and granite rock faces in every direction, old growth forests, an unparalleled guiding and lodging experience and finally the finest summer run steelhead fishing anywhere.

The River:

The Dean River begins as a small stream high in the swamps of the Chilcotin plateau of British Columbia's interior. It flows north through the well-known wild Rainbow trout fishing area around Nimpo and Anahim Lakes then turns westward at Anahim Peak and begins it's turbulent descent to the Pacific Ocean. Natural barriers in this middle section concentrate a large summer run of Steelhead (sea run Rainbow trout) in the lower reaches of the river from June through September. A canyon near the mouth of the river keeps the weaker salmon out of the system.

For more information follow this link