16 Nov 2013 - Terrace BC Canada Fishing Report For November 16, 2013
 Category:  Canada
 Author Name:  Noel Gyger
 Author E-mail:  noel@noelgyger.ca
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Weekend Fishing Forecast:

Weather forecast mostly sunny with a few clouds. All rivers in good shape. Kalum: is a little coloured for this time of year and still a bit higher than normal, but dropping daily. Steelhead fishing is fantastic. One can fish for Steelhead all winter here. Please don't harass the spawning Coho. Reg: Coho closed Oct 31st. Tip: Gibbs #45 Lure works pretty good to catch Steelhead. Water is dropping so be careful if you take your jet boat. Might be time for the raft or drift-boat. Lakelse River: The fishing at Herman's is slow because the water is low. The upper river is full of spawning Coho. Anglers now are fishing for Steelhead, resident Cutthroat and Dolly's. When the water is high, the fishing is best. Tip: Fly-fishing egg pattern flies work the best, also, the brighter the egg fly the better. Tip: Float fishing corkies (painted cork balls in various sizes) and a little bit of white wool works well. The bright red or orange ones are favored. Zymoetz (Copper) River: Water low and clean with a nice glacial tinge. The last high water should have brought in more summer-run Steelhead. This is the river for the fly-rod. The water is clean and the Steelhead have a chance to react when a fly comes drifting by. Dry fly works pretty good too. Tip: Float fishing the Pink Worm works very well in this river. This is the time of year...before it gets too cold. Need a guide for this just contact me anytime...we still have a few rod-days available. Kitimat River: Lots of people fishing for Trout now. Smithers BC area Rivers: Sorry, I don't have any reports but I think conditions would still be good to fish for Steelhead. Lake fishing: is good everywhere. Ocean fishing: for Salmon and Bottom Fish out of Kitimat and Prince Rupert is good; so is Crabbing and Prawning. If you are new to the area and don't know how or where to fish why don't you consider hiring a fishing guide? Contact me for that. Good luck this weekend. Good luck this weekend.

Taking bookings now for: Gitnadoix, Kwinamass (April & May), Ishkeenickh, Kincolith, Zymoetz (Copper) class 1 and class 2 sections, Kalum and Skeena 2 plus all the unclassified rivers on the Skeena, Nass and coastal. Ocean out of Kitimat and Prince Rupert. If you are interested for a guided fishing trip please contact me anytime.

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Noel Gyger

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