Smithers, Terrace, & Kitimat, BC fishing report.

Posted on October 31st, 2011

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Noel Gyger reports.

Skeena River: Water is very low and clean. Some great Steelhead and Coho fishing can still be had. Reg: Coho fishing will end October 31st. Reg: all wild Steelhead everywhere in British Columbia are catch and release

Kalum River: Both the lower and upper sections are in fishable shape. The lake is still stained with a little colour. It has been cleaning a little bit each day. Fact: Coho and Steelhead are coming in now!

Lakelse River: The water is in good shape and fishing for Steelhead, Trout and Coho is fantastic.

Zymoetz (Copper) River: Water is in good shape. Steelhead fishing is outstanding. I have many reports of good catches. Facts: Last year we had a record run of Steelhead, let’s hope at least we have another good run this year. The fly rods work extremely well in this river.

Kitimat River: Fishing for Coho closes today October 31, 2011.  All that is left to do now is fish for local Trout.

Kasiks River: Fishing for Coho closes today October 31, 2011.

Exchamsiks River: Water in good shape but the Coho are very high up in the system. Just about impossible to reach them now with jet boat.  Heli may be the only way now.

Exstew River: Fishing for Coho closes today October 31, 2011.

Lakes – Smithers: Lake fishing in the area is still very good. Fishing for rainbow trout and lake trout has been very productive.

Morice River: The Morice river is also dropping and fishing is good.

Bulkley River: The Bulkley River is dropping and the water is clear. Fish are being caught through out the Bulkley. Dress warm!

Kispiox River:  The Kispiox is up and down a bit. Fishing is good.

Babine River: Babine is dropping bit by bit. Cohos and Steelhead are being caught

Babine Lake: Babine Lake is still producing lots of fish. The limit has been increased to 4 fish on the lake.

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

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