Fishing Reports 2013
Freshwater Fishing Report for the week ending July 01, 2010
Provided courtesy of Tyee Marine.
Gold River: The first fresh, summer run Steelhead should be heading into the Gold this month. These fish are eager takers of flies and will take a fly off the surface.
Elk River: The rainbow trout run in the Elk river continues to be a focal point for fly fishers. The run has been quite strong this year with anglers reporting many successful angling days.
Salmon River: Searun Cutthroat have moved into the estuary and up-river. These fish are eager takers of most natural aquatic insect flies, fry patterns and hardware.
Campbell River system: Sea run cutthroat are moving in and out and about the Campbell and Quinsam rivers. Reports of excellent fishing in the Quinsam.
Oyster River: Sea-run cutthroat are showing at the mouth of the Oyster and some are moving upstream as well.
Lake Scene: Good fishing reported in larger lakes that have consistent inflows. Trout are active and are taking leach patterns and Chironmids. Anglers fishing gear or bait can also be very successful as trout feed aggressively at this time of year.