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Good chance for some nice steelheading in that period! Most rivers have good access, but remember: the easier the access the more anglers, especially the local anglers in the weekends. Please note that most rivers are Classified Rivers as well and you need also a Steelhead Stamp! Guides can be very helpfull but are not obliged. Try the Zymoets, Lakelse, Kalum to name a few and also pay a visit to nthe local tackle shops. The have lots of info about 'their' rivers, popular flies etc.
I will be in that area at the end of September, but I promised to leave a few steelhead for you Scott!!!

greetzzz,
Bram
 

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As Bram was saying a guide is not needed, however can be useful to get away from crowds and into water that has not been worked over and over. Don't overlook the mainstem Skeena, it can be very productive through out the fall. By the end of the month good numbers of steelies should be making there way in and if we get lucky the DFO will use some common sense and shut the commercial boats down on time this year, instead of destroying another great fishery.

Good luck
 
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