Anzac for the biggest grayling (perhaps the largest on the planet!) once the river comes into shape around the end of July. The grayling in that river are spawners from the Parsnip/Williston system. There are large bull trout that follow them up and will willingly take a minnow imitation all at the same time. The water can even be a little turbid as long as there is about a foot and a half of visibility sometimes even in late June depending upon the year. The Mesalinka, Osalinca system accessible from the Parsnip forest road (just before the Parsnip bridge) have large rainbow from Williston lake. TAKE SENSIBLE BEAR precautions on all these systems especially if you go alone. The local joke is "how can you tell when there is a Grizz around?" The answer is "you can hear the bells 'n whistles that they swallowed along with the tree planters."river fishing (shore) within a few hours of Prince George.
Sorry you guys the reasoning here is to perhaps spin off some the ridiculousness on the real stuff. Besides which if enough gear heads and the like go there and get their buts scared by Yogi and BooBoo just maybe the fishing will get a bad rap. LOL X2 Last time going through Pine Pass going to a job up in the Graham area someone from OilBerta with a sled heading in a hurry for some of the action on the Peace almost smoked me in the tail pushing through the tall grass sections before the climb. Guess he was wondering why I was only doing 80 and driving like an old man.Yes you can imagine how thrilled I am about that. I have asked the mods to move this into regional reports where it belongs as the one post wonder got what he wanted and it is unlikely we will hear from him again anyways.