Kitimat, BC and area fishing update.

Posted on March 3rd, 2014

[nggallery id=921]SPRING STEELHEAD

The 2014 season is closing in on us fast and the bookings are at an all-time high.

Spring Steelhead begins this late March for 6 weeks. If the run of Steelhead was like last year our guests are going to hit pay dirt.

We recorded numerous 40 inch fish in 2013, and living in the epicentre of the Skeena and Kitimat area, is why we chase the number one freshwater gamefish.

[nggallery id=922]CHINOOK SALMON

Starting in May, thru to August, Chinook Salmon we target either by Jetboats or spacious driftboats, on the rivers, or 30ft Aluminum, twin Volvo Diesel, ocean vessel. All our boats are fully equipped with top of the line gear.

[nggallery id=923]COHO SALMON

Late July to late September all 5 species of Salmon are in full charge from the ocean to the rivers.

We intercept these Salmon either in the Saltwater or small coastal micro streams, using light tackle or fly.

[nggallery id=924]HALIBUT and CRAB

May to November is best for Halibut and Dungeness Crab. For 2014 the size limit for Halibut has increased, retaining a 70lb fish, up from the 60lb fish in 2013.

[nggallery id=925]SUMMER – FALL STEELHEAD

The lower 100 miles of the Skeena and its tributaries are a Steelheaders dream, miles of fly water to chase the elusive steelhead.

With our access to Classified waters in Skeena country, this allows us flexibility and tranquility for our customers.

If you would like to book a guided fishing trip with Tracey John Hittel, you can contact him at, tjhittel@telus.net

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