August 22, 2010:
Boundary Creek is located in Southern British Columbia’s beautiful Okanagan region just a couple kilometers west of Greenwood and near the Kettle River. Right on the creek is a small government campsite, about 8 sites in total, where my son Lee and I have camped three times now over different summers.
The creek seems to change a bit with every visit so it takes a bit of exploring to find where the fish are hanging out. On this particular occasion we found a nice little hole that we decided to hit during the first and last parts of the day being that it was only about a one minute walk from camp! This hole would prove very interesting towards the end of our trip! 🙂
Two nights before we left, Lee and I went down to the hole for the last cast of the day and … BANG … we hit this two pound rainbow!
Wow! What’s a two pound fish doing in a little creek like this … very cool !
During the day, between hitting the hole, we headed to the Kettle River just a few Kilometers away for some awesome trout fishing. We also rented a boat at Jewel Lake for an afternoon.
There are plenty of options in this and Lee and I had a great time! Too much fun !! If anyone’s thinking about fishing in this area you should definitely check this out!
Take Care ……. Andy