Saturday, January 2, 2016

Steelhead And Winter Ice Fishing In And Around Houston British Columbia (12 Pictures)


Above Photo: Fulton river which flows into Babine Lake, British Columbia's 
longest natural lake at Granisle, B.C.. 
Picture was taken on New Year's Day, January 1, 2016.

Houston, British Columbia is known around the world for a good number of things, such as Canada’s largest fly fishing rod and one of two grizzly bears that were killing cattle around Hungry Hill. 

Also we have the “beautiful” Steelhead Park which runs along Highway 16 through Houston. 

In the park there is the Steelhead fountain where you can sit peacefully enjoying the day.

Another popular attraction is the Wolf Totem Pole which is in the park.

In summer there are numerous beds of blooming flowers of different types and well manicured grass. The park is truly Houston’s well known gem.

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