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Terrace, BC Tributary Update.

Posted on July 21st, 2009

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The weather has been fair but we have had the odd rain shower.  The Skeena River is in good condition and folks are catching lots of fish with both fly and conventional gear. Right now is “prime time” for Sockeye (Red) and Chinook (King) Salmon.  The odd summer-run Steelhead are migrating through. The Kalum River is clean and fishing for Chinook is good.

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I noticed many jet boat trailers at the boat ramps.  The Zymoetz (Copper) River is borderline fishable. Fishing for Chinook in the Kitimat River, Tidal section and Douglas Channel is excellent! In addition to Chinook, Chum, Coho and Pink are showing up.  Fishing in the Skeena River is great!  Both Chinook and Sockeye are being caught with both spin and fly.  More and more excited fishermen are coming here to enjoy our fabulous, world renowned Salmon and Steelhead sport fishery!   The Kalulm River s clean and fishing well for Chinook (King) Salmon.   In the Kasiks. it is now possible to fish for Chinook at the mouth, in the clean seam, where it joins the Skeena.  Sometimes the Chinook come out of the Skeena and into the clean water in search for scent of their home river.  The Exchamsiks & Exstew Rivers are also fishable in the clean-seam.   The Kitimat river is filling up with all specie of Salmon this week.  There are Chinook, Pinks, Chum and even the odd Coho being caught in the Kitimat River right now.  This is a great time of year to be fishing the Kitimat River.

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

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