Chatham Sound area, in which we will include Dundas Island, Portland Inlet, the Nass River, Prince Rupert and Skeena River area, is located in British Columbias
North by Northwest Region.
Fishing Prince Rupert Chatham Sound
This area, which is accessible mainly by float plane or boat, offers the
sportsman exceptional fishing for Chinook, Coho, Pink and Chum salmon
as well as Halibut, Yellow Eye Rockfish and Lingcod.
runs usually start showing up around mid-May, however feeder springs
are present year-round. The peak of the Tyee Chinook run occurs
during late June to mid-July.
start arriving in late July. Peak time from the second week in August
through mid- September offers the angler great Coho fishing. The
run will taper off in October when the fish move into their home
streams to spawn.
and Pink salmon are available to fishermen during August, September
and October months. Although not as heavily targeted as Chinook
and Coho, these smaller salmon are a lot of fun to catch and excellent
Rockfish are present year-round and have been known to reach incredible
sizes. Lingcod are available in August, September and October. (See Game Fish of BC)
coastal city of Prince Rupert can be reached by air from Vancouver, by coastal ferry from Port Hardy, or by land travelling
west on Hwy. 16 from Prince
George and through Terrace.
Dundas Island area , Portland Inlet, Nass River area, Skeena River
area and other great fishing destinations in the Chatham Sound area,
can all be reached by float plane or boat.
sport fishing lodges and charter services can be found in the North Coast
area of BC that will cater to your every need and of course, get you to
that once in a life-time trophy fish!
Information & Services
Haa-nee-naa Lodge: From a cove on the northern Dundas Island, overlooking the Alaska Panhandle, we have one of BC’s most northerly saltwater salmon fishing lodges. Enjoy un-crowded fishing experiences, along with breathtaking scenery and wildlife. more
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