July 2nd Babine Lake - People are telling us that the Char fishing has been quite good this past week. With the water temps. warming up with this great weather we have been having you will want to go deep for them. A down rigger or diver of some sort would be recommended.
July 2nd Kitimat - Doulgas Channnel has been producing well. Chinook Salmon fishing has been very good although many of the fish seem to be on the small side. Don’t forget to try for Halibut or other bottom fish during high slack or low slack tide. Prince Rupert – We heard that the are a few Springs around work Channel but not a super hot bite right know but the Halibut fishing was really good. Get out there and give it a shot.
June 9th Rainbow Alley - Report is that there are some really big fish lurking around the Alley right know. They are not super easy to catch but you will rewarded with a nice sized trout if you put the time in. Fry patterns seem to be working better than anything else right know.
Bulkley & Morice Rivers
July 2nd And the fishing season has officially begun on the Bulkley River. The river still has a fair amount of color but the levels are not to bad and most importantly people are finding some fish. We have heard reports of people having some luck bar fishing. Check out the link to the Tyee Test fishery web-site. http://www.pac.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/fm-gp/northcoast-cotenord/skeenatyee-eng.html The run this year is looking pretty decent so far for Chinook Salmon. As well there are some early Sockeye on the way.
Dean - BC is known the world over as the ultimate Salmon fishing destination, from the Pacific Ocean of Prince Rupert to the Haida Gwaii Islands.
Kispiox - Reports are that some Chinook Salmon are starting to show up!!!
July 2nd Reports are coming in of good numbers of fish being caught on the Kitimat River right know. Bar fishing and back trolling are the two most common ways to fish it but swinging a fly can also be very productive.
July 2nd Lower Skeena – Reports are that the Chinook Salmon are coming through strong right know with everyone having some pretty decent action. As well as good numbers of Chinook Salmon being caught a few Sockeye Salmon are showing up as well. Most people bar fish but back trolling is also effective as well as fly fishing.
Upper Skeena - BC is known the world over as the ultimate Salmon fishing destination, from the Pacific Ocean of Prince Rupert to the Haida Gwaii Islands.