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Top Photo: June 27, 2022. Hope you don't mind seeing TWO Top Photos this time? This is from the ocean in Douglas Channel just out of Kitimat BC. It is a huge fresh Chinook Salmon (they are NOT closed for ocean fishing) WOW...what a nice fish. Would you like to catch one? Then Book now! Contact: Tracey John Hittel at Kitimat Lodge www.kitimatlodge.com E-mail: email@example.com or faster yet phone him on his Cell phone: 250-639-4277
Top Photo: May 30, 2022. It is time to book a guided Steelhead fly fishing trip this September and October. We still have some prime dates available!
July 19, 2022 - UPDATE from Tracey Hittel
July 17, 2022 - UPDATE from Tracey Hittel
What a week of fishing adventures, guests are arriving and are here for fly fishing Chinook Salmon and the aggressive Chum Salmon. Skeena River fly fishing will begin very soon. For the Saltwater tours the Killer Whale shows have been outstanding. Not to mention the Halibut and Salmon that are arriving in very large numbers. Let’s top it off with a trip to a natural Hotspring.
Kitimat Lodge www.kitimatlodge.com has your package ready to go. Join us for the limited spaces we have available. 250-639-4277
May 30, 2022 - UPDATE from Tracey Hittel
Book now! Contact: Tracey John Hittel at Kitimat Lodge E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or faster yet phone him on his Cell phone: 250-639-4277
February 13, 2022
2022 is starting off great! Fresh King Crab are here for a short period of time. Book your tour soon as our Steelhead Flyfishing, Salmon and Halibut are migrating into Canadian waters, don’t miss your chance to come and explore. Book your trip with Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge www.kitimatlodge.com E-mail: email@example.com or quicker yet call him on his Cell Phone: 250-639-4277. Do it NOW “time and space are limited” !!
February 3, 2022
SPEY FLY FISHING
Would you like to be guided in the spring, summer and fall for Steelhead using your Spey fly fishing skills? If YES contact me Noel Gyger via my e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org and he will help you set it up. Cast on this link to see how it can be done: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OWOm2AAcCGI&t=26s
December 23, 2021
NOW BOOKING FOR 2022
Kitimat lodge is now booking spring Steelhead fly fishing, Ocean and River Salmon trips for 2022
Kitimat Lodge and fishing guides are the BEST
2021 is busy with steady bookings.
Top Photo: January 1, 2020 SEASON REVIEW: Italo Labignan of Canadian Sportfishing were here from August 16 to 19, 2019 to shoot more shows with Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge. AND all 12 anglers were fishing with the BER Float Fishing Reel Top Centre Pin Reels. They fished multi rivers and ocean. All in all had a wonderful trip and talk of coming back next year with even more BER fishermen. WOW. As soon as I know the show dates I will give em to you, stay tuned...
REPORT - January
from Tracey John Hittel of
group for a trip of a lifetime!
Italo says, “Had so much fun
Kitimat Lodge with our group of Ontario steelheaders. Looking
forward to getting back this coming Aug. for 3-days of world-class
Tracey Hittel and our group. If you would like to join us
Benjamin Reubeni for all the details and Happy New Year!”
Benjamin Reubeni Trip of a lifetime with
awesome people! I will announce the upcoming 2020 dates, flights
and lodging costs in a post in the Ber Owners Club group
J More info and dates
steelhead/salmon anglers. Ber Owners Club is again hosting an
3-day mind-blowing fishing adventure at Kitimat Lodge, BC
Aug. 28-Sept.1, 2020 at a very reasonable price. We will be
targeting several species of Pacific Salmon & Steelhead in some of
the top rivers in the world and you can also fish saltwater for
This is a
group adventure and we are booking people now. If you have dreamt of
fishing in BC, this is the time to do it. Make sure to contact
Tracey John Hittel, Kitimat BC Canada, Phone: 250 632-9880 hm,
Phone: 250 632-6677 lodge, Phone: 250 639-4277 cell, Email:
REPORT - January 2, 2020 from Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge,
Join this group for a trip of a lifetime!
Italo says, “Had so much fun Kitimat Lodge with our group of Ontario steelheaders. Looking forward to getting back this coming Aug. for 3-days of world-class fishing with Tracey Hittel and our group. If you would like to join us contact Benjamin Reubeni for all the details and Happy New Year!”
Benjamin Reubeni Trip of a lifetime with awesome people! I will announce the upcoming 2020 dates, flights and lodging costs in a post in the Ber Owners Club group tomorrow J More info and dates below:
Attention steelhead/salmon anglers. Ber Owners Club is again hosting an amazing 3-day mind-blowing fishing adventure at Kitimat Lodge, BC Aug. 28-Sept.1, 2020 at a very reasonable price. We will be targeting several species of Pacific Salmon & Steelhead in some of the top rivers in the world and you can also fish saltwater for giant Halibut.
This is a group adventure and we are booking people now. If you have dreamt of fishing in BC, this is the time to do it. Make sure to contact Tracey John Hittel, Kitimat BC Canada, Phone: 250 632-9880 hm, Phone: 250 632-6677 lodge, Phone: 250 639-4277 cell, Email: email@example.com
Here is a short list of what the guides offer; Full service private suites, All inclusive meal plan, Cabins with full kitchen, fridge and stoves, Laundromat, Secluded location, Picnic tables BBQ and Fire pits, Wireless internet, Open year round, Steelhead & Salmon fly fishing, Conventional and spin fishing Saltwater fishing Salmon Halibut and Crab (Dungeness and Alaska King), Jet boat tours Skeena Kalum, Kitimat River Drift Boat fishing full and half days, Coastal Rivers, Nass River and tribs. Transport Canada approved vessels, Helicopter fishing, Hot spring Tours. See you soon...
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Top Photo June 27, 2022
Booking Now for 2021-22-23
Available guiding dates
Fishery Notices and News:
Releasing Fish see webpage
This month most current updates (updates shown here as soon as they happen)
Slide shows May 17, 2020
Current highway conditions
Skeena River -
Skeena River Tyee Test Fishery
FISHING Video's from our area
Guest Photo and Captions
Skeena River stories
Skeena River videos
Kitimat Lodge - REPORT July 2, 2021
Kitimat Lodge - Fish Guiding Videos
Kalum River stories
Kalum River videos
Kalum River Podcasts
Zymoetz (Copper) River
Copper River stories
Copper River videos
Kitimat Ocean Fishing (Douglas Channel) REPORT August 5, 2021
Kitimat River (dangerous log jams are still here) REPORT August 28, 2021
Kitimat River - Kitimat Lodge guiding guest Testimonials
Kitimat River stories
Kitimat River videos
Oscar's Fly & Tackle Shop
Recommended Fly Fishing Gear
Amber Serbin – posted a story "Addicted to Chrome
All Northwest BC river height info
Past Fishing Reports see webpage
Recent Top Photos
List of Noel Gyger FaceBook pages
Rob Brown – The Skeena Angler
(SSBC) The Steelhead Society of BC
Noel Gyger YouTube Videos
My History - by Noel Fredric Gyger
BOOK NOW with the BEST for:
- 2021 Skeena River jet boat for summer-run Steelhead Closed!
- 2022 Kitimat River drift boat for spring Steelhead
- 2021-22 Kitimat River for Coho (Silver) Salmon BOOK NOW !
- 2022 Multi Rivers for spring Steelhead
- 2022 Multi Rivers for spring Chinook - especially Kitimat River
- 2022 Kwinamass River for Steelhead (April &May) only
- 2022 Nass and Coastal Rivers BOOK NOW !
- 2021 for Zymoetz (Copper) & Skeena River Closed !
- 2021-22 Douglas Channel ocean fishing for Salmon and Bottom fish BOOK NOW !
Need info to book "any" guided fishing trip for 2019-20 contact me anytime
Cast on any link above to e-mail Noel Gyger to receive all the details for a trip of a lifetime! Noel will put you in "direct" contact with the fishing guide to work out all the fine details.
Kitimat Lodge http://kitimatlodge.com list of options:
• Full service private suites
• All inclusive meal plan
• Cabins & Deluxe Suite accommodation
• All Suites boast a full kitchen with fridge and stove
• Secluded location
• Picnic tables BBQ and Fire pits
• Wireless internet
• Open year round
• Steelhead & Salmon fly fishing
• Steelhead & Salmon conventional and spin fishing
• Saltwater fishing Salmon Halibut and Crab (Dungeness and Alaska King)
• Jet boat tours Skeena and Kalum
• Kitimat River Drift Boat fishing full and half days
• All the Coastal Rivers
• Nass River and tribs
• Transport Canada approved vessels
• Helicopter fishing
• Hot spring Tours
WOW that is all I can say … lets talk ♥ ♥ ♥
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Update: Tracey Hittel of Kitimat Lodge sent an eight minute Video collage created with
some amazing fishing picture, see Kitimat Lodge section for the link. Update: To watch a
short YouTube Video "Releasing Salmon in a river" see How to Release Fish webpage: http://www.noelgyger.ca/how-to-release-fish.htm. Update: Call Jim Teeny 1-800-501-6602
and order his book, see Market Place section. Update: the 2018 Tyee Test Fishery Charts have moved to News Bulletin webpage; all past years can be read here also. Update: as of January 8, 2018 noelgyger.ca fishing video clips on YouTube have received 910,639 views,
see Noel Gyger has 96 fishing video clips on YouTube section. Update: We have a NEW sponsor for this fishing report and it's Teeny Fly Lines.
This month most current updates:
Update: FOR SALE Saltwater Lodge ~ info updated August 24, 2018 and the price lowered from $999,000 to $650,000; certainly a real positive for any potential
Buyer to have a turn-key business see Market Place section. Update: Al Erricson types out a glowing review of the Kitimat Lodge, see Kitimat Lodge section. Update: Stuart Horner of Mightyweb designed my website; he did a fantastic job! WOW! AND I must thank Stuart for archiving many past years; to look at these go to My History section. Update: Noel posted: Terrace fisherman awarded $50K for Skeena salmon documentary, see Conservation section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted report and 1 fly fishing pic for Chinook caught over last week, see Skeena River section. Update: 12 fishermen using BER float reels, were here Aug 9-13 shooting TV shows with Italo Labignan of Canadian Sportfishing, see FISHING Video's from our area section. Update: Italo Labignan of Canadian Sportfishing sent 2 pics and wrote a few words of his recent trip to Kitimat Lodge August 9 to August 13, 2019, see Kitimat Lodge section. Update: Italo Labignan of Canadian Sportfishing has given us permission to promo TV show he did with Tracey John Hittel in late August 2016, see Kitimat Lodge section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT Sept. 2nd along with 3 pics of Chum and Coho, see Kitimat River section. Update: Danger Log Jam please note: a second permanent sign up at the highway bridge, see Kitimat River section. Update: Book For Sale: "Voices From The Skeena" in this collaboration with oral historian Robert Budd, celebrated artist Roy Henry Vickers is inspired by voices from the past to illustrate the rich history of the Skeena River, see Market Place section. Update: Alexandra Morton re Wild Salmon vs Farm virus, see Conservation section. Update: This plan includes a move from open netpen salmon farming to closed-containment systems by 2025, see Conservation section. Update: Don't miss this show titled "BC Tributary Coho & Steelhead" it airs Sat. Dec 21, 7am, YES TV, see Fishery Notices and News (just below). Update: REPORT Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted a special price for spring Steelhead group booking, see Skeena River section. Update: REPORT Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge inviting you all to join the BER group this summer for a trip of a lifetime, see info above just below the Top Photo. Update: ALL Skeena River Tyee Test Fishery data charts for past years have be moved to the News Bulletin webpage. Update: REPORT Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted a "2019 Season Review" video, see Skeena River section, this is a must see video !! Update: Alexandra Morton does a speech on saving our wild salmon Salmon, see Conservation section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted report and 1 pic of river conditions, see Kitimat River section. Update: Alexandra Morton gives us good news on the Fish Farm issue, see Conservation section. Update: thank you Kyle Struck for allowing us to post your spring Steelhead pic see Guest Photos section, just below. Update: REPORT Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted a Fish guiding update, see Kitimat Lodge section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORTS for full month April 2020, see Past Fishing Reports webpage. Update: NEW section added , see Slide Shows section, just below. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT May 21st along with 2 pics of Chinook and Halibut, see Kitimat Lodge section. Update: Salmon conservation receives funding, see Conservation section. Update: from Oscar's Fly & Tackle Shop in Smithers, BC, see their section. Update: ARTICLE stating flooding unlikely this year throughout Skeena watershed, see Fishery Notices and News section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT May 29th along with 2 pics of a variety of species caught, see Kitimat (Douglas Channel) section. Update: PUBLIC NOTICE: Radley and Hirsch Parks are opening for camping June 19th, see Fishery Notices and News section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT June 8th along with 4 pics of Chinook, see Kitimat (Douglas Channel) section. Update: TV SHOW "first" airing June 15th, title: Kitimat Lodge-BC Salmon, see Fishery Notices and News section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT June 15th along with 1 pic of Chinook see Kitimat River section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT June 24th along with 1 pic of Chinook see Kitimat River section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT June 25th along with 1 pic of Ocean fishing, see Kitimat (Douglas Channel) section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT June 26th along with 1 pic of Chinook "keep-em-wet" see Kitimat River section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT June 27th along with 1 pic of Chinook "keep-em-wet" and "wear you PFD for NICK" see Kitimat River section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT June 29th along with 3 pics of Chinook and Halibut, see Kitimat Lodge section. Update: Check this webpage http://www.noelgyger.ca/ EVERYDAY to view a NEW SPORT FISHING Photo. It's right near the top of the webpage. Enjoy from email@example.com. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT July 13th along with 4 pics of Pink Salmon, see Kitimat River section. Update: NOTICE - Skeena River Chinook Salmon fishing opens July 15th, see Fishery Notices and News section, just below. Update: Alexandra Morton compares what we do in Canada to Save the Salmon and what they do in the USA Bristol Bay region, see Conservation section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT July 16th along with 2 pics of Ocean fishing, see Kitimat (Douglas Channel) section. Update: just posted 4 older pics of Skeena River fish and some text to WELCOME you all back on the river, it is now OPEN to Chinook, see Skeena River section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT July 20th along with 5 pics of Ocean fishing, see Kitimat (Douglas Channel) section. Update: just posted "text" update for Skeena, Kalum, Copper and Kitimat Rivers (hint, water is cleaning up). Update: NOTICE - Skeena Sockeye Salmon fishing opened August 5th, see Fishery Notices and News section, just below. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT August 7th along with 4 pics and text of Ocean fishing, see Kitimat (Douglas Channel) section. Update: from Noel, he just posted a pic from the Skeena at Ferry Island showing water conditions and fishermen, see Skeena River section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT August 13th along with 1 pic of summer-run Steelhead, see Skeena River section. Update: 8 Skeena West Coho trib rivers have been added: Kasiks, Exchamsiks, Exstew, Zymacord, Shames, Ecstall, Gitnadoix and Kleanza Creek. Update: NOTICE see Poster of upcoming 33rd Annual Fish Derby Sept 5 and 6th on the Kitimat River and ocean, see Fishery Notices and News or Kitimat River sections. Update: To watch a 5 minute video from Alexandra Morton and read PDF see Conservation section. Update: Noel Gyger 6 pics from the trip Canadian Sportfishing TV Shows made to the Kitimat Lodge the weekend Aug 29-30, see Kitimat Lodge section. Update: Here are the winners of the Kitimat Fish Derby held on Sept. 5 and 6, 2020, see Kitimat River section. Update: Alexandra Morton; pic of young salmon off Port Hardy, near the salmon farms, are pock-marked with these open sores. I don't have any answers. Just thought you should know, see Conservation section. Update: Two Boskalis NEWSLETTER's refer to the excellent job done at the Kitimat Lodge and their pro fishing guides, see just below and Kitimat Lodge section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT for full month October, 2020,see Past Fishing Reports webpage. Update: posted 3 pics of Douglas Channel fishing PLUS Link to 6:15 min video, see Kitimat (Douglas Channel) section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT and two pics for river Steelhead fishing March 6_2021,see Kitimat Lodge webpage. Update: Noel Gyger posted REPORT and one pic of the the snow pac on the Terrace mountains March 8, 2021, see Current Fishing Reports webpage. Update: Watershed WATCH Salmon Society latest news, see Conservation section. Update: Alexandra Morton; says "NOT on her watch", see Conservation section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT and four pics for spring run Steelhead, see Skeena River section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT explaining what folks can do when they visit Kitimat, he includes 6 photos, see Home webpage. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT and one pic from the ocean Douglas Channel June 6_2021,see Kitimat Lodge webpage. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT June 13th along with 1 pic of Chinook Salmon, see Kitimat River section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT June 18th along with 1 pic of "fly caught" Chinook Salmon, see Kitimat River section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT and two pics from the ocean Douglas Channel July 2_2021,see Kitimat Lodge webpage. Update: to receive the Thursday e-mail NEWSLETTER subscribe here. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT and three pics from the ocean Douglas Channel August 5_2021,see Kitimat Ocean section. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORT August 28th along with multi pics of Coho Salmon, see Kitimat River section. Update: Two new advertisements have been posted in the left menu bar of www.noelgyger.ca on all 27 WebPages, go there and click on each of them for details. Update: Alexander Morton posted her update for November 6, 2021, see Conservation section. Update: Kitimat Lodge is NOW booking spring Steelhead fly fishing, Ocean and River Salmon trips for 2022, see above. Update: Kitimat Lodge is NOW booking spring Alaska King Crab trips, do it NOW time and space are limited, see pic and caption below. Update: Noel Gyger posted full month April 2022. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted ocean REPORT May 30th see near top of this webpage. Update: For conservation Skeena Watershed Chinook closed this season, see Home page www.noelgyger.ca near very top for details and find out what is open. Update: NEW Top Photo posted June 27th. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted 3 pics (2 Chinook and 1 Steelhead) landed on the Kitimat River, PLUS text description, see Kitimat River section below. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted ocean and river REPORT July 17th see near top of this webpage. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted pic of ocean Douglas Channel Halibut, the Sask. Canada group caught their limit REPORT July 19th see near top of this webpage. Update: Noel Gyger posted FULL month of July, see Past Fishing Reports webpage. More updates will come in as the day moves on. Thank you and best regards, Noel Fredric Gyger firstname.lastname@example.org
Category(s): RECREATIONAL - Salmon
Subject: FN0573 - RECREATIONAL - Chinook Salmon - Region 6 - Recreational fishing for Chinook - Closed
Effective June 15, 2021 at 00:01 hours through March 31, 2022, recreational fishing for Chinook salmon will be closed on the Skeena River watershed and all rivers and lakes in Region 6 flowing into PFMAs 3 to 6, not including the Kitimat River and Nass River watershed.
These management measures are being implemented to address on-going concerns for North Coast and Skeena Chinook.
Please refer to the online BC Sport Fishing Guide, Freshwater Region 6, for a complete list of the recreational salmon regulations for all lakes and rivers of Region 6.
Slide Shows - for the BEST fishing photos
Cast on the link below to watch the slide show on You Tube
Cast on the link below to watch the slide show on You Tube
Mon June 29/20 4:51am
I would like to thank angler Kyle Struck for allowing me to post this pic of a beautiful Steelhead landed this spring on our local river. Nice "keep-em-wet" too. Best regards, Noel
Mon June 29/20 4:51am
Update: If you missed this show .... it will be airing soon via YouTube. Stay tuned I will let you know when it is available. To BOOK a guided fishing trip contact me email@example.com anytime ♥
ALL Skeena River Tyee Test Fishery data charts for past years have be moved to the News Bulletin webpage http://www.noelgyger.ca/news-bulletin.htm
Flooding unlikely this year throughout Skeena watershed
by Quinn Bender - Terrace Standard
Cast on this link to read the full article ( page 2 e-Editions ) published online
Cast on this link for Current Highway Conditions
Skeena River is divided into four sections:
Skeena 1 (non-classified) Exchamsiks River downstream to the ocean.
Skeena 2 (class 2 water) Exchamsiks River upstream to 1.5 km above Kalum River.
Skeena 3 (non-classified) 1.5 km above the Kalum River upstream to 1.5 km above Zymoetz River.
Skeena 4 (class 2 water) 1.5 km above Zymoetz River upstream to the head-waters.
Jun 4th water is in flood. As of May 20th water is in fair shape. It has been dropping over the last 4 or 5 days.. If you need a fishing guide please contact me anytime. They know all the "tricks" ♥
Featured Article: The mist rises from the Skeena - by Tracey John Hittel
REPORT - April 16, 2021 from Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge,
spring-run Steelhead at its BEST
REPORT - August 13, 2020 from Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge,
summer-run Steelhead at its BEST
Paul is a happy guy with this nice Skeena run Steelhead, a chrome bar!
Skeena River section 3 (non-classified) at Ferry Island August 12, 2020 around 9:00am as you can see a few fishermen and I believe they are targeting Sockeye. It looks like the guy on the top end is just landing something? Water is in good shape and they have a chance to hook Steelhead, Coho and Trout too.
BELOW are a few older photos of Skeena River fish, read more:
Skeena River is open to angling BUT please check the regs as some species and sections are closed. On July 15 the Skeena opened to Chinook fishing, once again check regs. You are very welcome to fish on you own but I always say it is BEST to hire the BEST guides. If you would like to book a guide contact me firstname.lastname@example.org anytime and I will be happy to set it up for you. SO GET out on the Skeena and catch the BIG one. Thank you and good luck ♥
REPORT - January 20, 2020 from Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge,
Watch some of the "2020 Season
to create your own incredible 2020 Adventures.
REPORT - December 29, 2019 from Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge,
Spring Steelhead SPECIAL group price:
REPORT - September 24, 2019 from Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge,
Skeena River Steelhead and Coho on the same day.
Skeena River Steelhead available on the main stem and a few "prime" tribs. These are all "wild" fish. Skeena River Coho available on many, many rivers both inland and even in Coastal streams. WOW lots of choices. If you are interested, lets say, to hook both
Steelhead and Coho on the same day just contact me Noel Gyger email@example.com. I look forward to hearing from you soon. Book before end of October 2019....or next year :-) ?
Recommendation from Cuchulain Hammilcar I've been fly fishing with Tracey and his Steelhead Heaven for the last 10 years or so. At the start the entire setup was good, now it is excellent. Tracey and his team have given me excellent value over the years. The rivers in his portfolio are some of the best in the world. For the fly fishermen/women out there I suggest taking a double hander switch rod with you. Tight lines...
FISHING Video's from our area:
fishing with the BER Float Fishing Reel Top Centre Pin Reels. They fished multi rivers and ocean. All in all had a wonderful trip and talk of coming back next year with even more BER fishermen. WOW. As soon as I know the show dates I will give em to you, stay tuned...
Hi Noel, This is the video Italo of Canadian Sportfishing shot of my reel when we were in
BC last fall. Feel free to share this link: http://berfloatreels.com/river-passion-jordan-feliz/
or Italo Labignan YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/ItaloLabignan there are
more viewing options using Italo's channel :-) The title is "The River - The Passion -You
Tube 4K" Enjoy !!
BER Float Reels
Please take a minute to view our new web site www.berfloatreels.com
Hi Ben, I am honoured to share this beautiful 3 min Steelhead and Coho fishing clip of your fabulous fishing reels. I see Tracey Hittel of Kitimat Lodge doing an excellent job with the net:-) Oh did I say the music is outstanding? Well done my friend!
Understanding website statistics
The “page views” statistics give a clear induction of site traffic. “Page view” measures the entire page, and tells you how many times people have visited that particular page. By understanding “page views” and knowing which pages are being looked at, you can determine the overall popularity of a site, and which pages within it are being viewed most often.
“Visits” are one of the more useful measurements of web statistics. A visit includes all of
the pages viewed by a visitor to your site. The measurement of “Visits” begins when a person enters your site and ends when the same visitor leaves the sir or remains idle for a period of time (usually 30 minutes). Usually, one person visiting your site 15 times is
counted the same as 15 people visiting one time each, so you can see, that while useful, the measurement is not perfect.
This a more precise way to measure visitors to your site, as each person is counted only
once, regardless of how many times they visit during a fixed time frame, typically 30 days. They are measured according to their unique IP address which is a number allocated by an ISP (Interpret Service Provider).
Please feel free to contact me Noel Gyger anytime and I will be happy to send you the latest statistics for our website via e-mail PDF attachment. Thank you for your interest.
Guest Photo and Captions:
Send your photos to: Noel Gyger firstname.lastname@example.org
Skeena River stories:
Skeena River - Four Seasons of Angling Paradise - by Noel Gyger
Golden Opportunities From Skeena Country - by John Beath
Cast here to read more stories on more rivers
Skeena River videos:
Skeena River Sockeye Fly Fishing-1
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Skeena River Sockeye Fly Fishing-2
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Cast here to watch more videos of local rivers and oceans - Salmon and Steelhead
Skeena Water heights below:
Cast on link for current Skeena River water heights
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Alexandra Morton says, here is my update for November. 6, 2021
Thirty-eight salmon farms are gone, or scheduled for decommissioning! The removal of salmon farms from the Discovery Islands allowed millions of young wild salmon to migrate past Campbell River unharmed by farm lice, bacteria and viruses last spring. The salmon farmers took the Minister of Fisheries to reverse this decision. I was an "intervenor". We await the judge's decision.
DFO management continues to suppress science. For example, in 2020 senior DFO scientists told DFO managers that the farm bacteria causing mouth rot appeared to be infecting and killing the majority of Fraser River sockeye in the Discovery Islands. The managers briefed the Salmon Farmers Association, but not the Minister, who was in talks with First Nations about the impact of salmon farms in the Discovery Islands.
Senior managers largely abandoned Minister Bernadatte Jordan in her work to support the federal policy to wind down the salmon farming industry. And then many of them and senior DF scientists supporting the salmon farming industry left DFO. Bernadette proceeded with the most significant wild salmon protection ever offered by a DFO minister, prohibiting restocking of 19 salmon farms.
I am now working with many First Nations supporting their efforts to protect wild salmon from industrial aquaculture. The industry is applying for more farms. This fight is not over.
I am also studying what happens when salmon farms are removed and supporting other scientists also doing this work. This spring I counted sea lice on over 1000 juvenile salmon in farmed and unfarmed areas of the BC coast. The difference was dramatic. Tragically, many streams in the Broughton Archipelago have no salmon left. Other heavily salmon farmed regions such as Clayoquot and Nootka Sound also have very few wild salmon left.
My role is changing. The need for activism is lower, but the hard work of figuring exactly how to support wild salmon is growing. The power of genomic profiling allows salmon to speak directly to us, letting us know where and how we are hurting them, and when we make it better for them.
And what about hatcheries? When do we trust the ancient wisdom of this species and when do we decide their genetics. Should we fertilize lakes, build fish ladders, replant riparian zones, build cabins on spawning grounds to guard them?
Today, I am launching a page on Patreon to support me as I step into this new role. This work I have long anticipated, but couldn't focus on until young salmon were granted safe passage through the BC coast. I know after 35-years that it is critical to keep my voice independent to say it like I see it.
I avoid asking for money, but as I approach my 7th decade I am seeking to find a way to continue this work. I am looking for patrons. This can be done for as little as $3 per month.
Salmon feed the trees that draw carbon out of our atmosphere. We have never needed them more.
Thank you so much for sticking with this fight for so long. Finally, we are making real in-the-water-progress and so comes the ultimate challenge. Can we learn to live with wild salmon and let them do their work to protect us and our planet?
Thank you again for being here, Alex
Alexandra Morton says, “Not of my watch!”
Hello, I want to thank all of you who have remained on this list. You witnessed the fight to protect wild salmon as it spilled through the courts, scientific journals, the streets, the ocean, the halls of government. Now there is a record. My new book - Not on My Watch.
If enough people - politicians, chiefs, chefs, businesspeople, environmental groups, people who eat seafood, love whales, bears, eagles, actors, change-makers - read this book they would become part of this. Once you know would you continue to buy farm salmon, would you write to the Minister of Fisheries, your MLA, MP, your idols, the people you respect, your newspapers?
The fate of wild salmon, and all that depend on them, is a choose your own ending story.
In two weeks this book has become one of the top selling nonfiction books in Canada. If it stays there the story it tells cannot be ignored.
CBC As-It-Happens did a feature interview with me, thank you Carol Off.
If every member of parliament read this book we would be done, because they cannot afford the stench of this scandal sticking to them. This is only happening because people are getting away with it unseen. Please consider helping me turn the lights on.
Some tributaries of the Fraser River, such as the Shuswap, saw 20 sockeye return last year. There is nothing left to wait for except extinction.
Not on My Watch – please consider joining me in making it impossible for Canada to ignore the deliberate and sustained effort to be rid of the fish that forces politicians to bite the hands that feed them... We are close but - when Fisheries Minister Bernadette Jordan told the fish farmers they could not restock farms on the sockeye migration routes one of the companies, Mowi, sued her. Mowi won on Monday and on Wednesday DFO gave Mowi $305,169.
If you can, help me put this book into enough hands to make the government realize - salmon farms need to come out of the ocean now...
Thank you for all these years, Alex
Alexandra Morton; The young salmon off Port Hardy, near the salmon farms, are pock-marked with these open sores. I don't have any answers. Just thought you should know
Fri September 25/20 4:19am
To watch this video please go to Alexandra Morton's FaceBook and cast on this link:
To read an e-mail from Alex re this matter cast on this PDF link:
Fri September 25/20 4:19am
Cast on the pic above or this link to read more about Bristol Bay Fisheries.
Sat August 29/20 4:19am
Salmon conservation receives funding
$1.2 million total B.C. community-driven initiatives
by Quinn Bender - Terrace Standard
The Pacific Salmon Foundation is doling out $1.2 million in grants to 117 grassroots salmon projects in BC. Cast on this link to read the full article. ( page 15 e-Editions ) online
Mon June 29/20 4:50am
Mon June 29/20 4:50am
Thank You Cabela's
Mon June 29/20 4:50am
GOAL: Save our wild Salmon
What can salmon teach us about sustainability in a complex environment? Marine biologist Alexandra Morton shares startling new research that lets us decode the information stored
in a salmon’s immune system. The data reveals where we’re harming the fish, the ocean,
and ourselves – ultimately revealing lessons for how humans can thrive on this planet without destroying it.
Cast on this link to hear Alexandra Morton speak.
Mon June 29/20 4:56am
Cast on this link to read the full story
Mon June 29/20 4:50am
Update Wild Salmon vs Farm virus
Hello, I feel it is important to keep a record on the spread of a farm salmon virus onto this coast. I continue to try to stop this, but the resistance within the Canadian government is strong, consistent and, so far, impossible to reason with.
They now still refuse to screen for the virus, but DFO also says they will now allow fish
they know are infected with PRV to be transferred. This is a complete disregard for the three rulings by the Federal Court of Canada and the law. The only glimmer of hope is that this reckless decision was made during a caretaker government. It only benefits the three companies farming Atlantic salmon in BC.
Perhaps our new government will reassess this ASAP as the 2019 wild salmon return is the lowest on record in the history of this country, exposing their offspring to PRV as they try
to migrate to sea puts them at risk of extinction. More on this later.
If you want to help, please contact your MP and ask that the decision to allow PRV-infected farm salmon into BC waters needs to be changed to align with the laws of Canada.
For the record: https://alexandramorton.typepad.com
Thank you, Alexandra Morton
Mon June 29/20 4:50am
Alexandra Morton still fighting to save wild Salmon:
Hello, Over the past few weeks I have sat across from DFO's senior Aquaculture and
Science managers repeatedly in advance of DFO's 3rd attempt to decide what to do about
all the PRV virus in farm salmon. DFO has thus far avoided responding to the court on this since 2016. I believe we have a Minister who might be willing to face this decision, but who is informing him on what occurred at these meetings?
Alexandra blog - From the Front lines
My over-arching concern is that the same group that caused the problem are the only DFO group at the table. How can they reverse their own history of decisions to respond appropriately to scientists and the court? Where are the wild salmon managers in DFO, shouldn't they be part of this decision?
Because so few witnessed what I saw, I wanted to create a record of it. I get that governments should avoid causing shock to industrial operators and I understand that wild salmon face many challenges, but I don't see why the decision to protect wild salmon has fallen into the hands of DFO's Aquaculture Division and I have real concerns about DFO Science manager's willingness to properly evaluate the science on the threat of PRV to wild salmon.
DFO management has destroyed any chance that the BC salmon farming industry had of developing into a blue ribbon industry and wild salmon are collateral damage.
We don't have the luxury of getting this wrong as the stunning failure of this year's salmon returns settles over us like ashes. I have tried to be gentle here, because I watched the DFO reps struggle, caught between policy and reality - mission impossible. But I have no tolerance for this situation. As a biologist I take very seriously my role in preventing avoidable destruction of one of earth's most generous and beneficial creations - salmon.
DFO has so much potential, but there is going to have to be an internal regime shift. The level of denial I witnessed has no place in a world facing a scenario so frightening most of
us don't want to look at it.
Thank you, Alexandra Morton
Wed June 17/20 4:50am
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Tue July 16/19 5:10am
Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition
Cast on this link to learn the full story. You will be glad you did!
Fri August 16/19 5:09am
DFO has created a regulatory system that allows salmon farmers to get away with killing
wild salmon with sea lice. Here are their own words.
Cast on this link to read the full story
Wed July 24/19 5:09am
Fri August 16/19 5:09am
If the mere presence of PRV in farmed Atlantic salmon smolts is sufficient to prevent
Fri December 7/18 4:03am
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) protects areas of natural diversity for their intrinsic value and for the benefit of our children and grandchildren. Join and offer your support: http://www.natureconservancy.ca/en/
PLEASE cast on this link to donate:
A "wild" Salmon will thank you for it :-)
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Rob Brown - The Skeena Angler:
We are honoured to have Rob contributing to the Fishing Report. Rob also contributes a weekly column to our local Terrace Standard Newspaper: http://www.terracestandard.com/
Rob Brown blog: http://web.me.com/skeenaangler/Skeena_Angler/Blog/Blog.html
Rob Brown Welcome: http://web.me.com/skeenaangler/Skeena_Angler/Welcome.html
Cast on link to read article:
Fri January 31/20 4:50am
Rob Brown latest story January 23, 2020 titled:
can be viewed by casting on this link on page 19 in Terrace Standard e-edition
Fri January 24/20 4:50am
Rob Brown latest story January 16, 2020 titled:
Collapse: The end
can be viewed by casting on this link on page 10 & 15 in Terrace Standard e-edition
Fri January 3/20 4:51am
Rob Brown latest story December 13, 2019 titled:
Mink Creek Part Two
can be viewed by casting on this link on page 26 in Terrace Standard e-edition
Fri December 20/19 5:13am
Rob Brown latest story December 13, 2019 titled:
can be viewed by casting on this link on page 18 in Terrace Standard e-edition
Fri December 13/19 5:13am
Rob Brown latest story December 6, 2019 titled:
The Column Collapse Part 2
can be viewed by casting on this link on page 24 in Terrace Standard e-edition
Fri December 6/19 5:14am
Rob Brown latest story November 29, 2019 titled:
The Column Collapse
can be viewed by casting on this link on page 25 in Terrace Standard e-edition
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Dungeness Crab Feast
■ This one is titles Dungeness Crab Feast. Now, when I say older this one is 27 years old...but beauty I think, staring my two BEST friends and fishing buddies the late Ed Schulmeister and the late Lester Bryant.
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My honour to meet Jim Teeny - by Noel Fredric Gyger
I first met the legend Jim Teeny in the early 90s when he came out with the late Larry Schoenborn to shoot a fly fishing Steelhead TV show on the Kispiox River. Larry had asked me if I could supply two drift boats, I said sure, no problem. It was an honour to be asked. One boat for Jim and Larry and one for the TV crew. I rowed one boat and my dear friend, the late Ed Schulmeister, rowed the other. My boat took Jim and Larry and Ed took the camera crew.
The regulation on the Kispiox is power boat ban and you cannot fish from the boat, the
boats can be used for transport only. We launched above the Sportsmen’s Lodge for a drift of about 6 miles. We covered a lot of water and fished many tail-outs and pools. Unfortunately we did not have any luck higher up. It wasn’t until we got to our take-out where we found
the Steelhead and Larry’s camera crew shot a wonderful show.
Larry Schoenborn produced “Fishing the West” TV show and "Larry’s Travel Agency"
out of Portland Oregon, USA.. Ed and I were not paid but all our expenses were covered by Larry. I can honestly and proudly say Ed and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Jim had fished the river a few years back and knew a few of the runs, but at that time did not have a boat therefore his fishing was limited.
When the shoot was over and we were back in Terrace I invited Jim and Larry to fish on a
few of our local rivers. We fished on the Zymoetz (Copper) River and a small tributary called the Clore. On the Clore, Jim landed a beauty. Larry could not fish as he had injured his right hand. We also fished the Lakelse River which at the time was crowded with anglers fishing for Coho. Jim blew away anglers with his casting skills by using his world famous “Teeny” lines and an assortment of “Teeny” flies. He could cast from one side of the river to the
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From this trip we gained a lot of guiding business for my lodge. Jim knew many people.
Many of them from Hollywood, such as movie star agent Skip Brittenham. Jim came back
the next year with his wife Donna and Skip and his wife actresses Heather Thomas. Henry Winkler (the Fonz of "Happy Days" TV show) was supposed to be along but had to cancel last
I fished with Jim and Donna on the Kitimat River in May of 1991 and landed a very nice Steelhead with one of Jim’s flies, it was a Black #2 Teeny Nymph and a T-300 Teeny line. Before Jim’s group left for home I bought a Jim Teeny Fly Vest for myself and a bunch of Teeny Nymph flies to sell at my lodge Tackle Shop.
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Book For Sale
An Illustrated Oral History
In this collaboration with oral historian Robert Budd, celebrated artist Roy Henry Vickers is inspired by voices from the past to illustrate the rich history of the Skeena River.
The Skeena, second longest river in the province, remains an icon of British Columbia’s northwest. Called Xsien (“water of the clouds”) by the Tsimshian and Gitksan, it has always played a vital role in the lives of Indigenous people of the region. Since the 1800s, it has also become home to gold seekers, traders, salmon fishers and other settlers who were drawn by the area’s beauty and abundant natural resources.
Voices from the Skeena will take readers on a journey inspired directly by the people who lived there. Combining forty illustrations with text selected from the pioneer interviews CBC radio producer Imbert Orchard recorded in the 1960s, the book follows the arrival of the Europeans and the introduction of the fur trade to the Omineca gold rush and the building of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway.
Open the pages to meet Robert Cunningham, a Anglican missionary who would later become the founder of the thriving Port Essington. Here too is a man called Cataline, a packer for whom no settlement was too remote to reach, and the indominable Sarah Glassey, the first woman to pre-empt land in British Columbia. At the heart of these stories is the river weaving together a narrative of a people and their culture. Pairing the stories with
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