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Fishing in Smithers

Hey all,
I have a week off at the end of September which i have dedicated to fishing the Smithers area for summer steelhead. This will be my first trip ever up there and i was seeing if anyone could give me some advise. Im not looking for secrets sports or anything of that matter but just a general idea of where to go and what river to fish.
We are going to be going up in a car and camping/lodging at motels and we will be on foot the whole time. What i was wondering is which river up there has the best road access and easiest to spey on. I was originally thinking the Bulkley but i know the kispiox, babine, morice are all near by.

Would someone be able to give me some advise.

thanks in advance.
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The Kispiox and the Morice have decent road access. Not so much the Baboon though.
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Hey all,
I have a week off at the end of September which i have dedicated to fishing the Smithers area for summer steelhead. This will be my first trip ever up there and i was seeing if anyone could give me some advise. Im not looking for secrets sports or anything of that matter but just a general idea of where to go and what river to fish.
We are going to be going up in a car and camping/lodging at motels and we will be on foot the whole time. What i was wondering is which river up there has the best road access and easiest to spey on. I was originally thinking the Bulkley but i know the kispiox, babine, morice are all near by.

Would someone be able to give me some advise.

thanks in advance.
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Like what Wile E Coyote said....Follow the road's that allow access and explore. Google maps is great do some home work..

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