When I lived up there people used to go in boats to the mouth of the Beatton river and catch them, but I think the area around where the beatton hits the Peace is closed certain times of the year.
I am getting forgetful as I have not lived in that area for 7 years but on the other side of the bridge towards Dawson (South Taylor I guess) you could turn off a road and a small river is there and you can walk up to where it hits the Peace and it is good for pike, walleye, and trout. You end up being about a 1/4 mile west of the bridge.
Where the Pine meets the Peace up river of Taylor is supposed to be very good for large walleye and goldeye. I have a buddy from town that had a pic with a walleye that was 8 pounds taken there. The Peace holds so many varieties of big fish, bull trout, rainbows, lakers, huge pike and the list goes on and on.
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