We fish a very wide range of altitudes in the Bulkley Valley. In mid to late June temps runs around 50-55 degrees F on average. Our waters can reach up to mid 60's in August, but that is rare. The lakes start in June around high 40's and slowly warm up into the 60’s by the end of summer.
WHAT TEMPERATURE IS THE WATER
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Although the Morice river takes a huge run of chinook salmon, and provides one of the most consistent chinook “on the fly” fisheries, it is 200 miles from the ocean. This is why we have a camp on the Kitimat river where we spend 2 days fishing for tide fresh chinook salmon. ...