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Fishing Reports from June 14. and june 21.

Fishing Report, June 21, 2016

LAKES

Rainbow Alley is still fishing. Water is low, stonefly imitations are the go-to fly. Mornings have been slow but the afternoons have been better. Many families had a great Father's Day out on different lakes. Some nice char, rainbow, and cutthroat were caught on various lakes in our region. A 9.8lb Char was the highlight of the weekend for a young boy fishing Babine Lake.


SALTWATER

Douglas Channel-- Outer waters have been fishing well. Halibut and bottom-fishing has been good and some nice big Chinook have been caught. Coho and Pinks starting to show up as well.
Rupert- Fishing has been 'spotty'. Some nice Halibut and Chinook have been caught and Coho are starting as well. This picture is a beauty Chinook weighing in at 63lbs, caught mid June.

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BABINE RIVER

Mostly fly fishing for rainbow right now. Water is very low. Stone flies are hatching and the trout are feeding on them.


BULKLEY & MORICE RIVERS

Bulkley and Morice rivers are both low and clear. Some people are out fishing, but things have been slow. Bulkley near Smithers is 3.565m.


KISPIOX

Water is low and clear, Chinook just starting.

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KITIMAT

River below Hirsh Creek is 1.07m, coming down from a little spike of 1.19m. We needed more water in the river so the spike was good. Some beautiful Chinook being caught and the odd Chum already starting to show up. For a chance to win a Drift-boat Fishing Trip, sign up for Ron Wakita's fishing report: http://reliableguideandcharters.com


SKEENA

Water is excellent and fishing has been 'hot'. Chinook being caught throughout the river on flies and gear. 3+ feet visibility. Water level at Usk is 4.8m, up a bit from earlier in the week which is good. Many people fishing deeper than usual as the water is low and warm.

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FISHING REPORTS - June 14, 2016

LAKES

Rainbow Alley is still fishing but hasn't been that 'hot'. Round Lake had some action this past weekend; reports were the kids on the dock out-fished the boats on the lake! Both parties had lots of fun with nice rainbows being caught on the lake and mostly suckers caught off the dock. A beauty cutthroat was also caught trolling a leech pattern. Don't forget that Ross Lake has a nice casting dock and that as people rush to fish the rivers that are opening soon, the lakes remain a wonderful spot to catch smaller fish! Take your family out on Dennis Lake, Helen Lake, Morin Lake, Irrigation, etc, for some great times!


SALTWATER

Douglas Channel-- It has been very windy and many boats are staying home this past week. Those who make it out have been very impressed with the size of the Chinook being caught. Bottom fishing and crabbing has been great, and some Coho are already being caught.

Rupert- Fishing has been good. Bottom fishing is producing some nice halibut and rock fish. Some beauty Chinook have been caught and the odd Coho as well.


BABINE RIVER

Open this Thursday, June 16th! Get out there and try out a dry line, tapered leader, and stonefly imitations.


BULKLEY & MORICE RIVERS

Open this Thursday, June 16th! There is an early run of Chinook that come through on their way to the Morice. This is one of the few years that we will be able to fish for them! Water is low and clear, although at the time of writing it is currently raining, so that could change.


KISPIOX

Open this Thursday, June 16th!


KITIMAT

More and more Chinook being caught. Mostly between 15-25lbs. Water level below Hirsh Creek currently dropping to 1.15m but will most likely bump up a bit with the current rain. For a chance to win a Drift-boat Fishing Trip, sign up for Ron Wakita's fishing report: http://reliableguideandcharters.com


SKEENA

For this time of year, the water is the best and warmest it has been in 77 years! Lots of people out Chinook fishing. Fish are definitely being caught but it has been slow. Water level at Usk has dropped to 5m, but current weather will bring it up a bit again.

 

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