The Lower Skeena Tributaries are small to medium sized rivers that are blessed with some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. Bounded by granite peaks seemingly stretching from the river bottom, the narrow, winding valleys and the rivers they support have unbelievably large Coho Salmon which can approach 30 pounds in size, and also support abundant Trout and Char populations. Featuring long, sandy bottomed pools with lots of woody structure in their lower ends and cobble, gravel bottom pools in their upper sections, much of the Coho fishing on the Lower Skeena Tributaries is done by sight fishing to pods of fish cruising the flats, and casting to cut banks from the boat. Our guides have these rivers absolutely dialed in and have spent the better part of 20 years perfecting the tackle, flies and techniques required to be successful on them.
We fish the Lower Skeena Tributaries in the Fall as part of our Trophy Coho program.