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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.

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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.

 

​​​Now that spring has officially sprung and the temperatures rising means we’ve reached the end of winter. It was a long and cold season but now the grass is growing and the bears are hungry and starting to wake up. It’s a great time to get out and enjoy the fresh spring air, We decided to go North to the Kincolith in the Nass Valley.

Knowing that the Eulachon were busying spawning in the Nass River and the herring spawning right in front of the Village we knew that there would be a lot of action going on so out come the halibut rods and crab traps! When we Arrived at 8:30 the water was like glass and the sun was just coming over the mountains, it was perfect.

The crab traps were baited and set and off we went to anchor out in front of the Village with spectacular views. Right away the Black cod were already biting our jigs baited with salmon. They kept the action going by noon we had our limit of cod but no halibut yet. One other boat was anchored beside us and they had a bit better luck hooking 2 halibut and landing 1.

Finally Nearing the end of the day after what we think were  many good halibut bites we finally hooked one and brought it to the surface. The halibut was about 15 pounds or so, small but we were not skunked! We pulled our anchor and went to pull our crab traps, We filled our limit of crab and then some so we were able to pick and choose the bigger ones!

All and all it was was an awesome day to get out on the water. Some of the gear I used today was my Jet boat built by “Fish-rite” and engine made by “Yamaha”. My choice of tackle was a Mudraker Jig, Rod and Reel was a “Rapala RSC series rod” and a “Penn 330GTi graphite reel” Also I held my Salmon Belly strips that I used for bait in my “Bait2go” bait holding system which is great for space and convenience!

Fishing Report for April 6th, 2017


Well it was Back to Kincolith for Saturday the 8th and what a day it was. I took my buddy Cory and his 8 year old son Blake out for his first time on the ocean. The fish were on the bite like no tomorrow!

After a rainy 2 hour drive from Terrace we arrived at 9:30am to find the water like glass and not one boat out there which is always a bonus. We had our Crab traps set and were fishing by 10 am. It took about 5-10 minutes for the fish to come around.

First off the cods came around and were biting every time your jig hit the bottom which made it very exciting for the little guy. After a few more minutes the bites were getting heavier and the halibut started to come around.

After one and a half hours we managed to catch a couple big halibut 35-45 pounds and one small chicken for blake. Its not very often you limit out in that short of time and which it being a rainy day and knowing we had a long drive back we decided to call it a very short but also a very good day!

Some of the gear I used today was my Jet boat built by “Fish-rite” and engine made by “Yamaha”. My choice of tackle was a White Halibut drop Jig, Rod and Reel was a “Rapala RSC series rod” and a “Penn 330GTi graphite reel” Also I held my Salmon Belly strips that I used for bait in my “Bait2go” bait holding system which is great for space and convenience!


Fishing Report for April 15th 2017 - 2nd report

Fishing Report for April 15th, 2017 - 1st report

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Today Is the stuff of which nightmares are made from!! Me and Cory both had a day off out of the logging block So we decided to head back to Kincolith for a quick Jig. We lucked out again and there was no boats near us and the water was like glass again.

The fishing was definitely slower today as we only got a few cod within the first couple hours. Im thinking its because there is so much feed on the bottom of the ocean with the dying Eulachon that its making the fish less bity

After moving around to a couple different spots and having no luck we decided to go sit on anchor on our “hot spot” the tide started to change from incoming to outgoing and I knew that would get the fish going.

Sure enough nibble nibble and I set the hook hard and all of a sudden there feels like a have a mean piece of plywood on the end of my line! It was screaming line and pulling hard, very hard! And I was excited.. I fought it for about 5 minutes dragging it up and it would peel more line.. finally 30 feet from the surface.. the heart breaking feeling that no one wants to get!!! Pop!!! Slack line and no more bent rod. The thing night mares are made of my friends!!


We ended up catching a couple smaller 15 pound halibut about 10-15 minutes after I lost my big one!. We fished for another hour with no more success and decided to call it a day. We pulled our crab trabs which had a good haul in them!

All and all a good day on the water!

Some of the gear I used today was my Jet boat built by “Fish-rite” and engine made by “Yamaha”. My choice of tackle was a White Halibut drop Jig, Rod and Reel was a “Rapala RSC series rod” and a “Penn 330GTi graphite reel” Also I held my Salmon Belly strips that I used for bait in my “Bait2go” bait holding system which is great for space and convenience!

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