Noel Gyger reports. Weather has been poor all week with lots of rain and wind. Fishing forSteelhead, Coho, Cutthroat Trout, Bull Trout and Dolly Varden Char using fly, spin and conventional gear was poor. The Skeena River and most of the tributaries are blown out. The Cranberry, Kitwanga, and most of the tributaries of the Babine are blown out. We have received a lot of rain and things are not looking so good right now. The Kalum River is blown out. The upper river is borderline fishable. The Kitimat River; during the latter part this week has been very high, dirty and unfishable. During the summer months we received exceptionally hot weather and accordingly the Kitimat River was very low and clean but this fall we are receiving exceptional amounts of rain which is causing high and dirty river conditions. Mother Nature usually has a way of keeping things in balance. Check out the Ron Wakita report below. Prince Rupert; With the strong winds and heavy rainfall this past week there has been no fishing report to issue, although some diehard fishermen have taken to the water for a fresh feed of Crab. Kispiox River; Water levels are good but the river is blown out. Lots of fish in the river and this mud gives them a chance to move around a bit. Fishing should be great in a couple days when the river clears up. Bulkley River; One of the few rivers that isfishable right now. Water clarity is pretty good and fishing has been great. Morice River; Water is a little high but fishable. Lots of fish in the system and guys have been doing well. The Zymoetz (Copper) River is too dirty to fish. This week guide reports came from Ron Wakita, Andrew Rushton and Gill McKean. Thank you to all of the fishing guides who sent reports and photos. It is very much appreciated!
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