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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-20-2011, 08:14 PM Thread Starter
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I'm starting to plan a trip for fall 2012 to the Kispiox River, with the Bulkely/ Morice system as a backup. I was reaching out to see if anybody has any good recommendations for lodging like a cabin, bed & breakfast or hotel up that way. Thanks. If you want to PM me that is cool.

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check with Bob Clay , they have a super place B & B ,and you can visit with him in the evenings while he builds bamboo spey rods , lives on the river banks and knows that area as well as anyone ,

might see ya on the river , if not , good luck


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Bob Clay, but it might be an expensive stay if you're a gear whore
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Kispiox Lodging

I normally stay at the Kispiox Steelhead Camp.
Helmut has fair prices and both simple and more comfortable cabins.
He also has an internetconnection for the licences.
For the Morice/Bulkley I use to stay at the Paradise Valley Motel in Houston.

I'll be there between September 10 and 25 this fall.

My best memories are not too old!!
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RV/tent style?

On a similar vein, can anyone recommend a good RV/Tent place? Being a "Thrifty Pig" (look it up on YouTube) and saving for a guided day or two, I'm going up there late summer. Depending on gas prices, either parking a chinook rv or tenting it. I'm heading up there in mid-August for 3 weeks, starting in the Terrace area.
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Ferry Isl in Terrace is a good camping bet for that time frame
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