A river – or two – runs through it. Put on your waders and journey north of Prince Rupert. The shallow waters of the area’s many rivers attract spawning Coho Salmon looking for food and shelter. A skillful fly fisher – who has good timing – can also catch them on the nearby open ocean using dry flies.
|SUB REGION: North of Prince Rupert|
|CONDITIONS:Sheltered river waters, but influenced by the open ocean toward the west. Weather varies by season and is typical for a northern temperate rainforest.|
|ACCESSIBILITY:Remote. Flights from Prince Rupert and Vancouver.|
|LENGTH:Half Day, Full Day, Multi Day|
|GUIDED:Self-Guided, Certified Tidal Angling Guide|
|TOURISM: Tourism Prince Rupert|
|SERVICES:Services and amenities vary by lodge. Prince Rupert has typical services and amenities of a small, rural North American city. Fishing is a local industry, so well-equipped for anglers.|
|EXPERIENCES:Hiking and Wildlife viewing, especially for Humpback Whales, Orca (Killer Whales), Grizzly Bears and Wolves.|
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Wind southeast 15 to 25 knots except northeast 20 near the mainland inlets.
*No guarantees about the correctness of this tidal data.