Guided fly fishing trips on the Skeena river fishing for wild Steelhead

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

Tight Lines to All .. Angling guide Gill McKean See attached link Skeena river video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8iBkpROcQCU

Gwen & Guide Gill McKean with another Skeena river steelhead.

 

Jay from Vancouver Island holding another Skeena river Steelhead caught on the swing.

 

 

 

Skeena river fishing report.

Skeena river fishing report.

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

Fred & Angling guide Gill Mckean with a beautiful Skeena river Steelhead.
Gwen with her first ever Skeena river steelhead.