KITIMAT RIVER PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Desiree Neuraumont proudly holding her first Kitimat River Chinook. Desiree was fishing with Corey Wakita, Pro Guide for Reliable Guide and Charters and Mathias Tait. Desiree is a member of Ron’s Mobile Fishing Tackle and Bait Shop and now has first hand knowledge of hooking and landing Chinook hot shotting the Kitimat River.
Congratulations Desiree. Well done!
June 13 Douglas Brenner proudly holding this chinook that measured under 80cms. Douglas hooked and lost 2 Chinook at the Big Spruce before landing this one. Well done Douglas. Your persistence paid off. Congratulations and Thank You for sharing this photo with our Fishing Report.
June 19 Cory Doll of Skeena Wilderness Fishing proudly releasing a 40 pound Kitimat River Chinook. Cory is a long time resident of the Northwest and is an amazing Angler and Guide. Congratulations Cory and Thank You for sharing your picture with our Fishing Report.
June16 I had the pleasure of fishing with my good friend Colin Hamilton and his son, Owen during our 1/2 Day (4hr) Driftboat trip.. This was Owen’s Birthday Fish and Chinook Salmon was also an option for Owen’s Birthday dinner.
Congratulations Owen, Thank You using our Guide Services and Congratulations on your fish and Happy Birthday!.
June 17 Arnie Nagy releasing a this beautiful Chinook he landed at the Giant Spruce. This Chinook was caught on a #0 Patriot spin and glo.while Bar Fishing. Congratulation Arnie and Thank You for sharing your picture with our Fishing Report.
June17-18 Brendon and Shyrell provided these pictures and comment, “2 were caught on the 17th and Shyrells second one was on the 18th on a Clown spin & glows”. Congratulation Brendon and Shyrell and Thank You for sharing you pictures with our Fishing Report.
June 19 Tyler Lichti caught this beauty on a pink tiger with black wings well Bar Fishing at the Big Spruce
The Kitimat River levels have been rising and dropping due either hot weather and/or rain. During the high water, Chinook were still being caught albiet more were caught when the river was lower and cleaner.
Killer whales in the Kitimat harbour and some big tides pushed Chinook into the Kitimat River in spurs.
Anglers who were in the right place at the right time caught Chinook in the Lower Kitimat River.
Anglers are reminded that the Daily Quota for Chinook on the Kitimat River is One Chinook per day under 80cms. Chinook that are kept must to recorded on your Fishing License with Salmon Stamp.
Good Luck and Tightlines
Dean Melo provided this photo of Cassidy and Laura. Congratulations to everyone! Thank You for sharing your picture with our Fishing Report.
June 14 John from Blue Heron Charters provided this photo of Lloyd and John from Manitoba proudly holding their catch. Congratulations everyone! Well done Skipper.
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June 16 Dustin Culp of DC Charters provided this photo of our group from Ledcor. Congratulations everyone and Thank You for using our Charters Services. Great Job Skipper!
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PHOTO OF THE WEEK
June 16 Dean Melo skippered our group from Ledcor and provided this photo of their catch. Wow! Well done everyone! Congratulations and Thank you for using our Charter Services.
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Halibut in the Douglas Channel has been fairly steady but the Chinook fishing in the inner waters of the Douglas has been erractic. The Chinook stocks in the Douglas Channel has attracted the attention of 2 or maybe 3 pods of Killer Whales. Killer Whales are a marvel to observe but they scatter the Chinook and Chinook fishing is terrible when they are around.
They have be spotted a couple of times in the Kitimat Harbour to the delight of observers and River fishers.
Smart money says, “If you find catch as many as you can before the Killer Whales find them too.”
June 11 Dustin Culp of DC Chartes provided this photo and comment, “Pair of 89cm hali on a double header . Prince Rupert” Congratulations to you and your client.
Anyone wishing to Book a Saltwater Trip of a LIfetime out of Prince Rupert with Dustin please contact Ron 250 632 1275 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.