Terrace, BC Tributary Update.

Posted on June 30th, 2009

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Daytime temperatures have been a little cooler than normal. The Skeena is borderline fishable and I can see a few boats are out there trying their luck. I also noticed the Sockeye (Red) Salmon fly fishermen were out this morning on Ferry Island. Get out there and try your luck, there are lots of Chinook (King) Salmon and Sockeye in the river migrating to their home tributary rivers. The Kalum River is high and clean and fishing for Chinook continues. I noticed a few boats at the two boat ramps this morning. The Zymoetz (Copper) River has been dropping and is borderline fishable. Fishing for Chinook in the Kitimat River and Douglas Channel is excellent!

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