BC Coastal and Tributary Fishing Update.

Posted on March 9th, 2019

Feature image is of Tracey Hittel with a nice winter Steelhead  from a Skeena River  tributary  🙂 !!

Noel Gyger reports. Mainly sunny with highs to +1 degrees Celsius. Maybe our extreme cold weather is over for another year…let’s hope! Skeena River is low and in good shape BUT mostly frozen over. Steelhead are being caught where you can find open accessible water 🙂  Please be careful running your jet boat as water is very shallow and be careful waking on the ice. Coho fishing closed October 31st. Tyee Test Fishery showed a record run of Steelhead this season.  Coho run was way down this year. Kalum River is in fair shape and fishing well for Steelhead. Both fly and spin fishing are working well. Kitimat River is closed to Salmon fishing and is just about all frozen over. Zymoetz (Copper) River is in good shape (mostly frozen over) and Steelhead are being caught in open water. Note this reg: No Fishing upstream of the sign at the transmission line crossing (downstream of Zymoetz Canyon) Jan 1 – June 15. Steelhead fishing below this closure is still permitted. Ocean fishing for Salmon, Halibut, Prawn, Dungness and Alaska King Crab is good out of Kitimat. .

If you would like to book a river fishing guide or ocean charter for 2018-19 you can contact Noel at www.noelgyger.ca .

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