Firstly i'm a newbie to this forum, so i'd just thought I better say hello first.I'm from Cheshire, England and fish on the Ribble in Lancashire for salmon and seatrout. It's what we call a river, but looking at the Skeena, you might call it a creek !
Anyway, i've done some steeheading on the Trinity and Klamath and had some success on the fly, so me and my buddy are headed for Smithers mid September. Have done loads of research, got maps ( BC Backroad Map book), understand the new rules and broke the bank to book a guided day on the Bulkley. So two questions:
1. Where the hell do we start on the Bulkley for walk in fishing?
2. We've got one day on the Kitimat for Coho, to avoid the no Canadian weekend rules. Where would you start on that river?
I don't expect to put right on to your hard won secret holes ( 7 years on the Trinity finding out the hard way ) so I understand no one ' gives it away ' but we have 8 days to realise an ambition and 12 months to cry over the credit card balance.
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and if anyone ever wants Trinity/Klamath advice, I can reciprocate,