Noel Gyger reports. Weather was OK until mid week when the rains came. By the weekend most all river were blown out. Trying to find clean water to fish is a challenge now. Fishing the clean seams of the tributary creeks and rivers is a suggestion. For the time being, you may have to resort to fishing the lakes and ocean. This is â€œprime-timeâ€ on the main stem Skeena River to fish for Coho, and summer-run Steelhead but water is too dirty now.
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On the positive side, this high water should bring in lots of fresh fish and flush out most of those smelly dead spawned-out Pinks. The Kasiks River comes back into shape quickly after a heavy rain. The Kitimat River also seems to come back quickly.
If you would like to book a world class BC river fishing adventure, you can contact Noel at, www.noelgyger.ca .