KITIMAT RIVER PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Dustin Kovacvich, Head Guide and manager of Nicholas Dean Lodge provided this photo of a Kitimat River Hatchery Steelhead that measured 30 1/2″ caught on the Kitimat on April 6th.
Nicholas Dean Lodge has assembled an exceptional team of Guides who well versed in all types of angling methods but they excel at the Art of Flyfishing for all species of Salmon, Trout and Steelhead. Nicholas Dean Lodge provides a First Class Guiding Service and Lodging experience.
Thank You to Dustin for sharing this Steelhead photo for with our Fishing Report.
Anglers are reminded to return the heads of any harvested Kitimat Hatchery Steelhead to the Kitimat River Hatchery or Ron’s Mobile Fishing Tackle and Bait Shop.
April 6: Todd Haynes from Nautical West Sportfishing provided these awesome photos of Steelhead that his clients caught and released. Well done everyone! Congratulations on an excellent day of Stelelhead fishing on the Kitimat River.
Anyone wishing to Book a Trip of a Lifetime with Todd please contact Ron 250 632 1275 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Kitimat River was in great shape most of the week and lots of Steelhead were caught through out the the entire system. We received some rain on the weekend and there were mixed catch results over the weekend. Most anglers did well Saturday but on Sunday, conditions were tougher and catch rates were not as good..
All launch sites are open and clear to launch pontoons, rafts and driftboats and Big Spruce is clear to take out.
Anglers are reminded that on April 1st 2019, new Fresh water licenses are required. Don’t forget to renew your fishing licenses.
There are some regulation changes for trout and salmon on the Kitimat River for the 2019 season. I will post these changes to our website www.reliableguideandcharters.com as soon as I receive the official Public Notices.
|Anyone wishing to Book a Driftboat Trip of a Lifetime, please contact Ron, 250 632 1275 or email email@example.com
DOUGLAS CHANNEL: PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Photo of one of the highlights from the 2018 Fishing Season with Nautical West Sportfishing.
Anglers are reminded that on April 1st 2019, new Tidal water licenses are required. Don’t forget to renew your fishing licenses.
Not much to report this week. Windy forecast followed by rain detered most boaters from fishing this weekend.
Many boaters are just getting ready for the upcoming season while others have already been out crabbing and prawning.
Bottom fishing, prawn, dungeness and King Crab will the target species in the next coming weeks.
There are some regulations changes for Halibut and Salmon for the 2019 season. I will post to this Fishing Reports as sonn as obtain the official Public Notices.
Anyone wishing to Book a Saltwater Trip of a Lifetime please call Ron 250 632 1275 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please return the Head of any Chinook caught with the adipose fin missing to the Kitimat River Hatchery or Ron’s Mobile Tackle and Bait Shop. Ron’s Mobile Tackle Van will also accept Hatchery Heads.
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