Coho season is the most beautiful time of year with snow-capped mountains, vibrant autumn colors and giant hooked nosed “Northern Coho.” They are the prince of Pacific Salmon, known for their high cart wheeling leaps, searing runs, and line twisting rolls. When conditions are right we also have the opportunity to sight fish using dry line techniques in gin clear pristine wild rivers.  Lower Skeena Coho streams hold fish averaging 8 to 15 pounds, some 20 pounders, and Coho up to 30 pounds are not unheard of.

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