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Current Fishing Report for September 12th, 2017 #2
Connor Sabo Fishing Reports
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This year will take me on a “new” sport fishing adventure one that I will work very hard to be successful at. A few weeks ago I launched my website Connor Sabo Fishing Reports. I have begun to post fishing reports for the whole northwest region of BC which will include just about all of our beautiful rivers, streams, lakes and oceans for all 5 species of Pacific Salmon, Trout, Dolly Varden Char and Steelhead. Ocean out of Kitimat, Stewart and Prince Rupert will include Salmon, Halibut, Bottom fish plus Dungeness Crab and Prawns. I will be reporting on all four seasons but my main focus will be spring, summer and fall (prime Tourism period). In winter I will be Lake Ice fishing and River fishing for wild Steelhead.
I will be promoting my sponsor products and business by taking pics, doing write ups, giving demonstrations and shooting videos. My GOAL is to give a major push to promote Tourism that our fabulous fishery brings year after year. If you are interested to purchase an Ad or Sponsor me, please contact me anytime. I have teamed up with Noel Gyger who is a legend in this area. He is retired now but still loves to help anglers get into fish; it’s in his blood. Your Ad will be fully promoted by both of us on both our websites for the price of one. Check out the reasonable prices on my Advertising webpage.
Some anglers wish to hire a fishing guide and ask for advice and info; I can help with that. Please keep in mind everyone is welcomed, guided or non-guided. I will be promoting the best places to buy souvenirs, tackle, camp out, eat and sleep. If you are interested to book with the best fishing guide please check out my Guided Fishing webpage.
Kalum River winter Steelhead from last year. I was casting a Rvrfshr spoon rigged with a Sickle Siwash hook. My dog is looking at the Steelhead rolling on the other side of the river. Guiding on this river is limited and can be guided only from April 1 to October 31. If you are interested to book a guided trip please contact me anytime.
I got a few days off from work and with it being early September I knew the Skeena Tributaries should have a good number of Coho in them and I wasn't wrong!
I managed to get 2 days of fishing in before the big rain fall that blew everything out! and definitely ruined my days off! The first day I was out I managed to hook and land 10 Coho but nothing of great size.
The next day you could tell the fish had moved through as there were not near as many splashing around. I ended up landing 4 and loosing a big one! It's looks to be a promising fall fishing season!
Would you like to catch fish like this in this time period? If so, you may want consider booking with a fishing guide who can show you how? I know all the best guides; just contact me Csabo@connorsabofishingreports.ca anytime and I will set it up for you...
Stay tuned more fishing reports will be posted soon...
LOOKING FORWARD to 2017
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I've recently been stuck in logging camp and will be for the next couple months but I will keep trying to provide reports as much as I can!
I've been able to sneak out the odd night after work and go look for Coho and crab. The fishing for us has been slow but we are
limited in time and the distance we can go.
I've heard the rest of the Douglas Channel has been producing lots of salmon and bottom fish!
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Current Fishing Report September 12th, 2017 #1