Yes there are steelies and springs in there as well as (i think) every other species of salmon as well. I know there is a pretty big pink salmon run in there on pinks years as well and it seems like a few sockeye when my grandparents and I use to watch them spawn just below the bridge (this was like 4-5 years ago though). Pretty sure it is a bait ban river and fly fishing only but not sure...
Familiarize yourself with this site and you will be able to find out what species exist in any waterway BC wide.
The upper Coldwater has resident dollies and bows. Also chinook and the odd steelhead will migrate in seasonally. Very fragile fishery with small fish populations if you go please bring your best C+R game!
Closed when steelhead are in 101, those are Thompson fish and that is their spawning grounds, they are 6+ months in fresh at that time , as for Chinook, they are boot ugly spawners and again should be left alone.
A ok trout and dollie stream, and really only good for that.
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