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Reliable Guide and Charters and Ron’s Mobile Fishing Tackle and Bait Shop Fishing Report June 10

KITIMAT RIVER, PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Marc Girard, Pro Guide for Reliable Guide and Charters is holding a bright 22lb Kitimat River Chinook that he released unharmed back into the Kitimat River. June 9: PHOTO OF THE WEEK. Marc Girard, Pro Guide for Reliable Guide and Charters is holding a bright  22lb Kitimat River Chinook.  Marc was on a personal fishing trip with his favorite fishing partner, Erin.  Erin commented that, "Within 15 minutes of drifting down the Kitimat River we watched a mother Grizzly bear cross the river as her cub stayed on the other side of the shore making sounds to her and we caught the big salmon.   It was wonderful! ". Anyone wishing to Book a Fishing Trip...

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Reliable Guide and Charters and Ron’s Mobile Fishing Tackle and Bait Shop Fishing Report June 3

DOUGLAS CHANNEL - PHOTO OF THE WEEK: June 1 2018:  Jason Bunn provided this photo of a 25 lb Chinook he caught trolling in the Douglas Channel. Awesome fish!  Congratulations and Thank You Jason for sharing the photo of his catch with this Fishing Report. Chinook quotas in the Douglas Channel is one Chinook per day, two in possession. Anyone wishing to Book a Fishing Trip of a Lifetime on the Douglas Channel, please call Ron 250 632 1275 or email  wakita@telus.net Summary It is nice to have certainty of the Chinook quotas for the Douglas Channel so many can plan their time off, weekends or holidays accordingly.  Chinook fishing is starting produce in the inside waters of the Douglas Channel. ...

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Reliable Guide and Charters and Ron’s Mobile Fishing Tackle and Bait Shop Fishing Report May 27

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: MAY 25TH: DAVID ENG OF SUNSET CHARTERS FROM PRINCE RUPERT shared this photo of his clients.  Anyone wishing to Book a Trip of a Lifetime with Dave, please contact Ron at wakita@telus.net or 250 632 1275. KITIMAT RIVER May 27th:  The Kitimat River is in great shape and the Kitimat River Pump House would normally be full of anglers.  This time of year, there would be Bar Rods lined up to catch their first Chinook of the year..  The recent Public Notice reducing the retention of Kitimat Chinook to zero has had a huge negative impact on the fishing. The Public Notice to enclosed below.   We are anxiously waiting for an update to this Public Notice...

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