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LIVE FISHING REPORT: Reliable Guide and Charters and Ron’s Mobile Fishing Tackle and Bait Shop Fishing Report Week ending July 21

Ellie Schaber, 78 years young, proudly holding Chinook she caught on the Kitimat River.  Ellie is a returning angler from Salmon Arm BC.  Well done Ellie.  Congratulations on a very nice Chinnok.   Kitimat River July 19 Rhoda Girard fishing with Pro Guide, Marc Girrad landed a Chinook she could keep on our 1/2 Day Special Drift.  This was Rhonda's first Chinook which made this Chinook even more special.  Congratulations Rhonda!  Great Job Marc. Anyone wishing to Book a Fishing Trip of a Lifetime with Marc please call Ron 250 632 1275.                

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LIVE FISHING REPORT: Reliable Guide and Charters and Ron’s Mobile Fishing Tackle and Bait Shop Fishing Report Week ending July 15

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Katrina Harris is holding a very bright Kitimat River Chinook caught down at the Lower Dike.  Katrina is the newest member of Ron's Mobile Fishing Tackle and Bait Shop.  Congratulations Katrina and welcome to the team. July 8 Cory James provided this photo of a Jack Chinook he caught. "Hey Ron,was in your store earlier.just caught this 55 cm chinook at the pump house about 30 minutes ago on the pink tiger striped spin n glo with a pink hooche"  Congratulations Cory!  Perfect size for the BBQ." July 9 Dan Peters holding a rather large Kitimat River Chum.  Congratulations Dan and Thank You for sharing your pnoto with our Fishing Report. July 10 Dustin Kovacvich of Nichalos Dean...

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LIVE FISHING REPORT: Reliable Guide and Charters and Ron’s Mobile Fishing Tackle and Bait Shop Fishing Report Week ending July 8

PHOTO OR THE WEEK: Kitimat River.  Brandon, Pro Guide from Skeena Salmon Lodge took this photo of a 36″ Kitimat River Chinook he caught with the adipose fin clipped. The Kitimat Hatchery is asking for all Recreation Angler's assistance to provide photos of any clipped Chinook that are caught in the Kitimat River.  Chinook produced by the Kitimat River Hatchery will have the adipose fin missing.  In order for the Kitimat Hatchery to receive credit for their production, they must be able to provide proof. Typically the Kitimat Hatchery receives credit via the Hatchery Head Recovery Program.  With zero retention of the larger Chinook, the only way the Kitimat Hatchery will receive credit is by producing pictures of clipped Chinook. Please take a photo of any clipped...

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