Wild fish in wild country is perhaps the best way to describe the flyfishing in BC. The season starts with the wildest fish of them all, the mint-bright spring steelhead. Soon to follow are the King or Chinook salmon which can certainly break 90lbs and have been known to break 100lbs. If you try for these you will need 600+ yards of backing but oh what an experience! Soon the other pacific salmon come and after them the autumn steelhead begin to run and the famous rivers such as the Skeena, Nass, Bulkley, Kispiox, Sustut, Babine, Dean and Damdochax fill with steelhead causing many to make their pilgrimage to these stunning waters to try their luck. We know it all well so please feel welcome to seek our advice.

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