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.|
STORM WARNING IN EFFECT
Mon, Dec 10
Tue, Dec 11
Wed, Dec 12
Thu, Dec 13
Fri, Dec 14
Wind southerly 15 to 25 knots increasing to south 30 to 40 early this morning and to south 50 to 60 near noon.
*No guarantees about the correctness of this tidal data.