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I am planning on fishing the Island for steelies the 1st week of March. I have approx 4-5 days to be fishing. I see the Stamp is not doing to well. I was wondering if there was any more rivers that I would be able to hit instead of the Stamp for steelies. I do not plan to hire a guide just do it yourself fishing.Can anyone give me suggestions? Thanks Elvis :D
 

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If you can go anywhere, I'd suggest going North of Campbell River. There should be some fish in the Salmon River by then, and the Nimpkish should be doing well. I will be fishing the Nimpkish my self that week, and visiting Gramps in CR. If you decide to head up that way, shoot me a pm.
 

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The upper island water has been better than local flows......I agree....the Nimp or the upper reaches of the Salmon culd be a good bet...I would check with the local outfitters in Kelsey Bay as well as Campbell River for an update....You WILL need a 4x4 and good tires to access both of these rivers and even tho' it is warming up here, go prepared for the worst!......... 8)Ortho
 
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