What: A special opportunity to fish the Skeena and Kitimat Rivers for the remaining open dates for the 2019 chinook salmon season. Numbers of fish are good and anglers are reporting strong and healthy chinook. If you missed last year due to the season closure, or chinook salmon are on your list, now is the time to make a trip to fish the mighty Skeena, and its tributaries, for wild salmon amongst old growth forests and steep valley walls.
When: July 7 to 14, 2019 (5 rods) and July 14 to 21, 2019 (2, possibly 4 rods). Contact us for special last-minute rates.
Why: It is in this river system that some of the strongest runs of large, wild chinook salmon ascend the Lower Skeena from the Pacific Ocean, joining trophy trout and char that reside in rivers year-round. It is here that Nicholas Dean Outdoors is strategically situated to provide anglers with world-class guided fishing adventures. The highly qualified guides know these rivers and the fish that inhabit them–and happening now are good runs of chinook salmon. These guides work hard to ensure you have the best chance possible at finding these amazing fish as they migrate upriver to finish out their summer run. Be one of the few anglers that get to fly fish for chinook salmon.