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Terrace, B.C. Tributary Update.

Posted on August 28th, 2009

noel_gyger_graphicNoel Gyger reports.  The weather has been a mixed bag with sun, clouds and rain. Even with the rain most waters have stayed in shape.  Fishing for Sockeye, Coho, Pink and summer-run Steelhead on the Skeena River is fair.  Spey, single hand fly rod and conventional gear are working well.  The trick is to be on the right gravel bar and fish proper techniques. This is when an experienced fishing guide comes in handy.

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Kalum River:   is now closed for Chinook (King) Salmon.  Coho (Silver) Salmon and Steelhead are entering the river now.

Kasiks River:  Coho (Silver) Salmon will soon be here.  Fishing for them at the river mouth where the river meets the Skeena is a good bet now.  A few Coho, by now, will be holding a little ways up-river in deep pools and under trees.  If Coho are there you can usually see them rolling.

EXCHAMSIKS RIVER:  Coho (Silver) Salmon should be coming in the low end now.  Fishing for them at the river mouth where the river meets the Skeena is still a good bet.

EXSTEW RIVER:  Coho (Silver) Salmon should be coming in the low end now.  Fishing for them at the river mouth where the river meets the Skeena is still a good bet.

Zymoetz (Copper) River: The water is in perfect shape and a good number of Steelhead are being caught using Spey, Single hand fly rods and conventional gear.

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

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