5

Fresh-run Chinooks in BC Tributaries.

Posted on June 29th, 2016

Noel Gyger reports. A mix of sun, clouds and rain with highs to +22 degrees Celsius. Kalum River fishing well for Steelhead and Chinook. Skeena River is in good shape and Chinook are moving up river now. Zymoetz (Copper) River is clean enough to fish. Reg: No Fishing upstream of the sign at the transmission line crossing (downstream of Zymoetz Canyon) Jan 1 – June 15.

Connor Sabo with the "thumbs up" after helping Teri land her huge Skeena River Chinook (King) Salmon last week; estimated to weigh around 35-pounds. We at noelgyger.ca very much welcome Connor onboard as he will contribute fishing reports for different rivers and ocean. Connor has many, years fishing this northwest region and has been a fishing guide for years also. Stay tuned…you will hear a lot more from Connor…and he will even give you “hot-tips” of the tackle and products needed.
Connor Sabo with the “thumbs up” after helping Teri land her huge Skeena River Chinook (King) Salmon last week; estimated to weigh around 35-pounds. We at noelgyger.ca very much welcome Connor onboard as he will contribute fishing reports for different rivers and ocean. Connor has many, years fishing this northwest region and has been a fishing guide for years also. Stay tuned…you will hear a lot more from Connor…and he will even give you “hot-tips” of the tackle and products needed.

Steelhead fishing below this closure is still permitted. Lakelse River Bridge is starting to fish for Chinook. Kitimat River in good shape and fishing well for Steelhead and Trout; Chinook are starting to come in. Ocean fishing for Salmon, Halibut, Prawn and Crab good out of the ports of Kitimat and Prince Rupert.

If you would like to book Noel for a guided fishing trip you can contact him at, www.noelgyger.ca .

Leave a Reply

Like me   Follow Me  
Subscribe youtube   Newsletter Subscriber   InstagramFollow in instagram