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Fly Fishing for British Columbia Steelhead

December 27, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

A guide to fishing British Columbia’s “Rivers of Steel” comes early if you are just now drying out from days of covering a river with a two-handed rod and hoping a 20-pounder turns downriver with your fly. But given the challenges of planning for a slot amidst next year’s steelhead run, it’s a great time to read up on the options. Read guide Jim Bourque’s excellent overview of the heart of B.C. steelheading, the Skeena drainage.