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What an experience! Brown and black bears trading places on the water to eat the salmon!
First thoughts: This isn't a zoo! Even during the height of the salmon run, you may go several hours without seeing a bear.
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We visited the creek in August for three days. You really need to visit early morning (< 800) or late afternoon (> 1800) to have good viewings. During the day changes are low. We saw six bears fishing! But it takes patience, no easy one...More
We visited Fish Creek twice. There is parking on either side of a protective walkway and this is followed by entry to the second raised protected boardwalk which winds through a fast running river to the left and large lake to the right. We saw...More
It is great what they have built so that people can observe bears safely. Sadly, wrong time of year to really see them. August is the month when the salmon are running. Having said that, as soon as we left the facility, we saw a...More
This place is only fun when the bears are around. The salmon was gone when we were here, and then there is not much to see at the observation point.
Though, it is made to see bears up close, so much be exciting when they...More
Fish Creek Observation site is the place bears come to fish it is on the outskirts of Hyder which the Americans proudly say is a Ghost Town. If you are lucky you can get to see a bear fishing though the time I was there...More
Response from powell2765 | Reviewed this property |
We were there Aug. 8th lots of fish and both bears. One mother had 3 cubs and what a thrill watching them perform right in front of us. The salmon have to be running and they will be there all day not just morning and night.