About Our Company

Warren & Kim are excited to welcome past and new clients to Findlay Creek Outfitters! Having previously owned Bar WK Outfitters in northern BC, they have the experience outfitting to ensure a unique wilderness hunting adventure. 

Our Values

At Findlay Creek Outfitters we strive to provide quality hunting experiences. We are committed to preserving and protecting hunting & fishing opportunities now and for future generations. 

We believe hunting and fishing is an inter-generational human right; socially, spiritually and for sustenance.

A person’s right to hunt and fish relies on the conservation and abundance of fish and wildlife.

The ability to exercise the right to hunt and fish requires access to hunting and fishing opportunities.

The natural beauty combined with exciting spot and stalk hunting adventures make this one of the top outfitting operations in North America.

Flyfishing Instructor - Ken Thate

My Dad first introduced me to fishing when I was four years old  in northern British Columbia. Many trips over time made fishing a passion. Fly Fishing and Fly tying soon became a way of life. 

With over 35 years of Fly fishing & Fly tying, I eventually rose to the top with my personal fly patterns. I placed 2nd in an Eagle Claw fly tying contest which ran across Canada & the USA. In 1991 My winning Fly pattern was featured in a Canadian Magazine “The Western Sportsman” from Regina, Saskatchewan and “Fly Rod & Reel” magazine from Des Moines, Iowa.

My continued passion and expertise for fly tying drew attention from Robert Jones, an editor on Vancouver island. Robert Jones & Paul Marriner, published a hardcover book called “A Compendium of Canadian Fly Patterns” which features two dozen of my patterns. 

I have also built custom fly rods.

Besides fly fishing, I have also placed first in Alberta in the Master Angler tournament circuit. 

Being an avid scuba diver, when under water, I make a point of watching the behavior of the various food sources for game fish, returning to my vise to better design fly patterns to mimic the food sources.