Definitely not for the faint hearted but The Spey angler´s ultimate awards – Six rods available during the prime Chinook weeks
Join us chasing the largest and nastiest Chinook in the world. Skeena main stem and select tributaries in a FULL 6 day package in the company of some of the best and most hardcore Canadian Steelhead and Chinook guides available.
Notice: The Canadian Dollar exchange rate remains very favourable right now
Skeena: Super-sized Steelhead and world record Chinook
Many people believe that the Skeena watershed is easily accessible with easy-going fishing, but that is not true if you really want to get to the fish. Many of the best rivers and spots are more or less impossible to access without a guide and special license, and the only way to get there is by powerful jet boats and local knowledge. Some of the most attractive rivers are licensed with limited access for only a small number of people. Salmon Junkies has access to all classified water plus well-selected numbers of coastal rivers. Skeena has become quite a popular destination for trophy Steelhead and Chinook, even more so after we launched our short movies, but to fish it requires extremely talented guides who can maneuver and pick the right spots for any given time or situation. We dare to say that we have the best team of Steelhead and Chinook guides and they are willing to share their deepest secrets by leading you to the fish.
There is a fine line between success and failure when fishing the Skeena. That is exactly why we believe that Salmon Junkies has tailored the best Steelhead and Chinook program available on the Planet.
The biggest and meanest Chinook in the world.
We are very excited to announce that six rods are available for the guy seeking the ultimate challenge – fishing for big fresh Chinook
- June 18 to June 25 4 spaces available (6 Days / 7 nights)
- July 25 to July 2 2 spaces available (6 Days / 7 nights)
We will target the Kitimat, Copper, Kalum and Skeena rivers for Chinook averaging 20 to 50 pounds and ranging up to 80 pounds, and beyond. (The Skeena’s biggest have been known to reach 100 pounds!) The Kitimat is a small to mid-sized river with cobble and gravel pools well suited to swinging flies. The Copper River is a classic, mid-sized fly fishing stream with miles of great swinging water and boulder and cobble runs. The Copper hosts a prolific run of Chinooks. The Kalum is a mid-sized river that holds fish tight to its seams and offers a chance at truly large Chinook.
The broad and powerful lower Skeena is the main route for Chinook salmon heading for the tributaries far upstream. Please make sure you bring extra and fresh backing on your reel!
What to expect? Chinook.
Why not watch our small movie and judge for yourself?
Or our latest film “Sealiced” https://vimeo.com/150911538
Warning: Fly fishing for Chinooks is a full on activity and not for the faint hearted, but for the dedicated Spey angler that are after the juiciest kicks in fresh water there is not much else to top it.
For more info please contact Steffen Juhl – firstname.lastname@example.org