Hello all we are currently on the road doing the fishing show circuit it has been a pleasure to catch up with our guests and friends in Lynn Wood Washington, our next show will be Pleasanton 21,22,23 if your in the area and would like to learn more about the Skeena river Steelhead opportunities spey casting to the incredible fish come pay us visit. https://flyfishingshow.com/pleasanton-ca/
Skeena River is now frozen for the winter as we anxiously await for spring to arrive, winter steelheading on the Kalum river has been good prior to the arctic outflow. We will begin our guide season late March for fresh spring run steelhead if your looking for an opportunity to cast to chrome steelhead don’t hesitate to contact us to reserve your guided fly fishing adventure. http://www.westcoastfishing.ca Tight Lines Gill Mckean.
Skeena river Steelhead action September 11,2015 Guests of Westcoast Fishing Adventures hooking up swinging flies on the Skeena river, hooked up to some trophy steelhead while being guided by Gill McKean owner and 20 year guide out of Terrace BC Photos will tell the rest of the story. Steelhead are migrating through the lower to mid skeena in great numbers this season one only needs to hire a good guide or have experience with reading water and dealing with migrating fish to have some action on the water.
The copper river is blown at a this time coloring up the lower skeena as well however the weather looks to be improving the water will clean and the bite will be on. Tight lines to all. The love another steelhead fisherman shares with others is like this I love you as long as I get the run first. Quote Gill McKean.
Guided fly fishing trips on the Skeena river fishing for wild Steelhead. The Skeena is muddy today Sept 8 2015 after some heavy rain however I expect the river to drop and fish again in the next week as the weather improves. Steelhead fishing has been great photos below were taken on Sept 7 2015 on the banks of the Skeena river with guests from Texas,Mexico,Vancouver Island what a mix of great people to host. They all caught Steelhead on the fly, knuckles were rapped and drags screamed good times and big smiles for guests of www.westcoastfishing.ca we still have a few openings for Steelhead this fall the run is large and the conditions will be perfect come October so if you are looking for some tight lines and screaming reels give us a shout. 1-250-638-0021
The Skeena river steelhead run is looking strong and healthy we have experienced low water most of the 2015 season but as fall approaches the rains have begun to fall giving the avid angler and guide a little twist on hunting the mighty summer run skeena river steelhead. As the season progresses the numbers of fish in the systems of the North become plentiful giving guided anglers double digit days of hooking chrome can be more the norm.
Photos below are from Sept 5 /2015 Guests of Westcoast Fishing Adventures 2 of the anglers are new to Spey casting and both have now caught there first ever steelhead on the fly.
Should you come accross this website and have questions or would like to book your steelhead fishing vacation to Terrace BC Skeena counrty please feel free to visit www.westcoastfishing.ca
We have had a very busy season, we have met some great new clients and enjoyed our long time guests, who have turned out to be like family.
This summer we were faced with some low water conditions, which made for a bitter sweet problem: it was easier to catch fish. We are expected to have a “make up winter” this year, and building up our Snow Pack Levels for next year! Bring it on!
We have a few new additions to the Equipment this year, making our hunt for the Salmon & Steelhead more enjoyable 😀
Please feel free to contact us for the Remote Spring Steelhead Camp, as we have only one week available. 1-866-578-8552 or firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out a reservation form at www.westcoastfishing.ca
The Chum Salmon fishery has been recluse these past few years.
With Raleigh Werking via Westcoast Fishing Adventures, holding countless line and class records for these Majestic creatures.
This year they have returned in great numbers and in history size.
If you haven’t caught these beasts on a fly line, then it is a fishery that is a must try! The weather is at its finest, as well as all five salmon species are gathering and commuting all in the same place at the same time!
Recently we had a guest from Japan who, with little English told us that the Chum are not fished for. “No Good” as he stated, but when He caught a few of the mighty and powerful ‘scrappers’ his tune changed to “ Chum Good Fight” He also fished with many different reels, lines and rods created for all different types of fish and fishery. Here are a couple pictures of his trip:
Mr Yamada used a variety of rods and reels, but this particular rod is of complete surprise and is very interesting to me, it is 30 foot pole with a line tied to the end of it (with NO reel), at first I was dumbfounded by its presence, but to watch him fight fish with it, was exhilarating and invigorating. I am very eager to see what gear he brings with him for his trip this spring. I brought him into our Remote Steelhead Wilderness Camp this past April, and Mr Yamada was in Bliss with the fresh, bright chromer Steelhead that is surrounded by amazingly beautiful scenery and the Steelies are plentiful.
I’m looking forward to another Spring Season, meeting new clients/friends and hosting our returning guests.
I just wanted to thank all our long time guests for helping our business be successful! This will be our 16th year, and every year gets better and better!
Fishing is our Addiction! Guiding is our Passion! Adventure is in our Blood!