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Reliable Guide and Charters and Ron’s Mobile Fishing Tackle and Bait Shop Fishing Report Nov 5

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Nov. 5th Photo provided by David Eng of Sunset Charters.  For more details please see Prince Rupert section below. PRINCE RUPERT Nov 5 David Eng of Sunset Charters reports, "Some great dry weather has come along with decent numbers of winter Chinook. We had five charters over the last week and all were successful. Average size is in the low teens but we did land a few in the 16 pound range. Crabbing has been excellent as well." Anyone wishing to Book a Trip of a Lifetime with David, please email wakita@telus.net or call Ron 250 632 1275.

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Reliable Guide and Charters and Ron’s Mobile Fishing Tackle and Bait Shop Fishing Report Oct 2 to 8th

PHOTO OF THE DAY: Oct 4 Gerry Knechtel & Tom Lemottee proudly holding their catch of a morning drift with Captain Ron.  (details below Oct 4) Kitimat River Oct 2 8:45am Photo taken at the Kitimat River Pump House. The Kitimat River has dropped and cleaned.  Lots of Coho reported being caught up river at the Wedeene and on the town side of the Powerlines. Oct 3 I had the pleasure of fishing with Milo Kaselak Senior and Junior on our 1/2 day Driftboat trip on Sunday.  Today Milo and his son fished on their own just below Nalabila Creek and landed 2 Coho on 3/4 oz. Pink Thunder Jigs.  Congratulations to the Milos.  The Lucky High Five worked! Oct 3...

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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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