Skeena Fishing For While Steelhead and Chinook On Fly

2009-05-11 00:10:55
Terrace, British Columbia - Freshwater Fishing Report
skeena river

Skeena report for April 2009

Finally we got some rain and melting happening. Rivers are all on the rise. Any of you guys with some extra cash and want to do a helicopter trip, NOW is the time. All those remote rivers just got a bump of water plus the tides are huge right now. Should be hot this next couple of weeks. Two angers a dozen steelhead per day is very common. The local rivers are all up and a bit coloured today but the forecast is for clear and sunshine starting tomorrow for the next week. Prime time to be here. Should be lots of steelhead moving around plus those silver bullet Chinook should also be entering the river as we speak. We are still offering some pretty good deals on last minute bookings. We have rod days for all the classified and unclassified rivers. We can guide you everywhere except the Lakelse river. No Guiding on the Lakelse. We can also work out some days for later in the season. Just let us know when you want to come. We will do our best to accommodate you.

Our SALT WATER charters out of Prince Rupert still have some days available in early June, early July and a few days in August. Chinook, coho, halibut and crab.

We have a good list of references from all parts of the world so if your not sure about us just ask.

Looking forward to hearing from you.


Stan & Kori Doll, skeena wilderness fishing charters,

Fish Species: steelhead andchinook
Bait Used: fly
Method Used: Fly Fishing
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About The Author: Captain Stan Doll

Company: Skeena Wilderness Fishing Charters Ltd.

Area Reporting: Skeena region 6

Bio: Born in Terrace in 1951 and have guided for over 35 years. These are the classified rivers that we guide on. Main stem SKEENA, ZYMOTEZ (Copper) class one section, ZYMOTEZ (Copper) class two section, KALUM, GITNADIOX, KWINAMASS plus all the unclassified rivers in the SKEENA & NASS REGION.

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