Tag Archives: British Columbia

The Mighty Skeena by Noel Gyger

This area held the world-record chinook salmon of ninety-two and one-half pounds; the record coho salmon which weighed in at twenty-five and one-half pounds; and a thirty-six pound steelhead. The community of Terrace, British Columbia, is located on its banks, farther to the west. Even average size fish in the Skeena region are considered trophies when compared to catches taken ... Read More »

Sweetheart Steelheading on the Kalum by Noel Gyger

Unless you plan to spend most of the day following big Chinooks up and down the river, scale up to heavier gear. Twenty pound leaders and line aren’t too much when the river’s flows increase with warming weather. 50, 60 or even 70 pound Chinooks boggle the mind and break up light tackle types! Just ask Larry Schoenborn, host of ... Read More »