PHOTO OT THE WEEK: Jared Scofield proudy holding a 78 cm Chinook he caught on the lower Kitimat. This is Jared’s first Chinook of the season and I suspect there will be many more. The inside storyline of this Chinook is that it the “Good Karma Sandwich fish”
Congratulations Jared and Thank You for sharing your photo with our Fishing Report.
June 15 Mathias Luis holding a very nice Chinook he caught in the lower Kitimat. Mathias is one our Staff members at Ron’s Mobile Fishing Tackle Van and Bait Shop. Well done Mathias!
June 16 Justin Bors
June 16 Marc
PHOTO OF THE WEEK; KITIMAT RIVER:
June 14. Colato Columbo holding a beautiful 42″ Kitimat River Chinook he landed drifting the lower Kitimat River with his buddy, Luca.Wow! Congratulations Colado and Thank You for sharing your photo with our Fishing Report.
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June 17 Donald Pachaco holding a Chinook under the 80cms allowable retention size. Well done Donald and Thank You for sharing your photo with our Fishing Report. As shown in your photo, I suspect barbecued Chinook is in your short term plans! : )
June 17 Rececca, The Pretty Lucky High Five Girl sent me a text with this photo and message 15 minutes after I gave her our Lucky Hand Sanitized High Five, “1st time river fishing in the 1st 10 mins!!”.
Well done Rebecca! Congratulations. Stop by and be Blessed with Ron’s Fishing Tackle Shop’s Hand Sanitized Lucky High Five anytime. : ) The proof is in the picture.
June 20 Carla Demelo releasing a 92 cm Wild Chinook she caught on the Lower Dike wearing her Lucky Loomis hat.. Congratulations
Carla! Well done! This was Carla’s first Chinook which makes this Angler’s moment even more special! Good for you Carla.
The Kitimat River is experiencing an excellent return of Chinook this season especially this early in the season. The best news is that are an exceptionally good numbers of “Jacks”. (Males under 80 cms). Accordingly there are many Happy Anglers as only Chinook under 80cms can be retained.
The excitement of catching big, bright Chinook is an amazing experience that all anglers should experience. Please see full report below to view a couple of Ladies’s first Chinook they heave ever caught.
This season has all the signs of a good return. It is the best I have seen it this early for many years this early. When a Chinook run starts earlier it is possible it is an early run that starts early and ends earlier. Or when there is an exceptionally large return of Chinook, the run starts early and ends later, with lots of Chinook in between.
It is too early to tell at this point but stay tuned!
For more detailed Information regarding the Nick Hopwood Legacy please visit:https://www.northernsentinel.com/news/new-kitimat-river-safety-initiatives-brought-about-for-fishermen-in-wake-of-drownings/
In Honor of Nick Hopwood’s Legacy, Ron’s Fishing Tackle Shop will be offering our Freezer Services and Vaccum Sealer Services by donation to the Kitimat River Search and Rescue.
We hope to raise funds for KSAR but more importantly raise Public Awareness of the Importance of River Safety.
June 14,15 Steve and Dean Melo and Nelson launched their boats this weekend to catch some fish with the Melo clan,their family and friends. Wow! Mission Accomplished! Congratulations Everyone!
June 16 Rebecca “The Pretty Lucky High Girl” sent me this photo and message, “Rebecca Laidler from Nova Scotia 1st time Pacific Salmon Fishing”. Wow! Congratulations. The “Lucky Hand Sanitized High Five” worked. : ) Awesome…I am so happy for you.
Well done Skipper Rob.