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Reliable Guide and Charters and Ron’s Mobile Fishing Tackle and Bait Shop Fishing Report Sept 24 to Oct 1

PHOTO OF THE WEEK;  Sept 24 DAVE ENG FROM SUNRISE CHARTERS out of Prince Rupert, " Decent numbers of coho still around with some nice big northers being caught. Crabbing is picking back up and there are countless humpback whales in the area." Anyone wishing to Book a Saltwater Trip of a Lifetime with Dave, please call Ron 250 632 1275 or email wakita@telus.net KITIMAT RIVER   Sept 25 7:45 AM The Kitimat River water level is rising and starting to turn from a green to brown colour.  There was one Coho lost. Sept 26 7:50AM Pump House The Kitimat River is still high today but the water clarity was good enough for this Pink to bite and Kitimat Spoon. Sept...

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Reliable Guide and Charters and Ron’s Mobile Tackle Van and Bait Shop’s Fishing Report Sept 18 to 24

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: SEPT 18 JALISA SCHABER AND FRASER McLEOD, STAFF MEMBERS OF RON'S MOBILE TACKLE AND BAIT SHOP ARE PROUDLY HOLDING THE COHO THEY CAUGHT ON OUR MORNING DRIFT . Please see more details below.   Sept 18: Lisa, Fraser and I decided to do some multi-tasking  during our Drift on the lower Kitimat River. In addition to fishing we held a staff meeting, did some tackle testing, brain stormed some marketing strategy, travel and holiday planning and did a little trash talking in between hooking and landing Coho.  Jalisa was also developing her skills on the oars.  Captain Jalisa put Fraser and I on to 4 or 5 Coho.  Well done Captain Jalisa.   Sept 18 Jeremy Peters proudly...

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Reliable Guide and Charters and Ron’s Mobile Tackle and Bait Shop’s Fishing Report Sept 11 to 18

PHOTO OF THE WEEK:  Laurie and Lore Dallyn are proudly holding the Coho they caught on a drift with Ron Wakita.  For more details please see report below. Sept 11 6:50 AM Picture taken from the Pump House of Big Spruce Sept 11 The Kitimat River rose 4M (13') in 12 hours and caught many campers and fishermen off guard. Sept 12 8:52 As shown in the graph above, the kitimat River as dropped almost 3 mitres (10') . The Kitimat River should be fishable by this after noon or probably already is up river.   Sept 13 9:00am: So far Lore and Laurie Dallyn have landed two of four coho caught on this mornings driftboat trip with Captain Ron. Stop in...

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