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The dead of winter is fast approaching. This is the time when Bulkley steelhead fisherman are in a dark place. too far removed from last years memories of tailing chrome wild fish, and too far away from stepping into a run armed only with a dry fly. We read fishing magazines, tie flies, and tell stories of past battles with the strongest fish that swims. All of this helps dull the pain. It...

The Queen Charlottes islands.

The Queen Charlotte Islands are accessed by ferry from Prince Rupert to the Skidegate Landing Ferry Terminal on Graham Island, by air from Vancouver to Sandspit on Moresby Island (770 km), and by air from Prince Rupert to Sandspit. Other commercial air services (including float planes and helicopters) are available at Sandspit, Queen Charlotte City and...

For many of us the transition from trout fishing to steelheading seems like a logical one. Some people feel they have caught enough trout to have acquired a great confidence and are interested in tackling a new challenge. Plus seeing all the photos of massive steelhead that double or triple the size of our best trout raise curiosities. The trade off with steelhead is obviously the lower...

Hunkering down beside a 500 year old fallen Sitka spruce, my felt-sole shoes dig into the gravel bottom of Moresby Islands Deena River, one of the last great havens for catching fresh wild steelhead in a small stream. Fishing the rivers of the Queen Charlotte Islands is an exciting challenge that offers anglers the chance at chrome steelhead that have just entered freshwater.

Through my...

Exploring the unspoiled rivers of the Queen Charlotte Islands is like stepping into a fishermans fantasy. As we wandered through the mossy green rainforest we felt as though we were in a fairy tale ourselves. The giant hemlocks had such life and personality they seemed alive. Dense spruce and cedar groves breathed as we passed through. Eventually we were swallowed into a world where anything...

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