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LIVE FISHING REPORT: Reliable Guide and Charters and Ron’s Mobile Fishing Tackle and Bait Shop Fishing Report Week ending Oct 17/2020

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: DOUGLAS CHANNEL Oct 11th: Andreas from Kingfish Westcoast Adventures provided this photo of his clients proudly holding their halibut.  Congratulations everyone!  Great Job Skipper! KITIMAT RIVER Oct 15: Don Hutchinson proudly holding his Kitimat River Coho he caught in the upper Kitimat.  Don was using a Gibbs copper Koho 55.  Don also caught 2 Coho on a fly.  Congratulations Don. Summary As the leaves on our trees change colours as do the Coho colours change.  The leaves will fall off and fertilize the soil completing the cycle of their function in nature.  The Coho will also spawn and die completing their function in nature.  Such is life in the Northwest. The Kitimat River still provides Coho...

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LIVE FISHING REPORT: Reliable Guide and Charters and Ron’s Mobile Fishing Tackle and Bait Shop Fishing Report Week ending Oct 10/2020 Edit |

PHOTO OF THE WEEK:  DOUGLAS CHANNEL Oct 8:  Andreas from Kingfish Westcoast Adventures provided this photo of his clients proudly holding their halibut.  Congratulations everyone!   Great Job Skipper! Halibut and bottomfishing is still providing good results. Anyone wishing to Book a Saltwater Trip of a LIfetime and catch some Halibut please contact Ron 250 632 1275 or email wakita@telus.net   KITIMAT RIVER PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Oct 3 Martin Stumpf proudly holding a Northern Coho he caught while fishing after work.  Congratulations Martin and Thank You for sharing your photo. Summary Coho fishing on the Kitimat River is very good in specific spots although many of the Coho are turned to spawning colours.  Trout fishing is also very good. Fishing...

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LIVE FISHING REPORT: Reliable Guide and Charters and Ron’s Mobile Fishing Tackle and Bait Shop Fishing Report Week ending Oct 3/2020

KITIMAT RIVER PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Oct 3 Martin Stumpf proudly holding a Northern Coho he caught while fishing after work.  Congratulations Martin and Thank You for sharing your photo with our Fishing Report.   Sept 28 The Kitimat River was bank to bank earlier in the week. Oct 3:  The Kitimat River Height website shows the Kitimat River dropping 11 1/2' during the week and the Kitimat was again fishable.  This is a common occurence this time of year. Summary The Kitimat River Coho run proceeds into the later stages of the run. Many Coho have and will continue to change into their spawning colours. Most of the Coho are in the middle and upper river close to their...

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