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My son and I did and 8 day trip to the Skeena back in September. Fishing on the Skeena was very slow but we got to spend two days on the Kalem. Beautiful river. A bit more intimate than the massive Skeena and we both...More
This is a difficult location to review partly because there are several points of access (some less known than others) but if you’re willing to get out there you’ll be rewarded with an amazing experience, whether you’re hiking, kayaking or fly fishing. Although I don’t...More
clean and clear fresh water. great for fishing, lots of nice places along the river to fish and bbq your fresh catch of the day, beautiful scenery and lots of wild animals, bring your camera also not just the fishing gear. It would be a...More
I was staying at the Skeena Spey lodge on the Skeena river in July, 2015, and our guide took us to the Kalum. Hooked several nice Chinook there.
A beautiful small river accessible from its confluence with the Skeena river.
Fly fished (spey) the Kalum (from Skeena Spey Lodge: it's the perfect access spot to reach the Kalum and it's great chinook fishery.
Skeena Spey Lodge and it's guides were fantastic, and the kalum is a beautiful, productive fishery. Would like to return there for...More
Didn't see anyone fishing, but my kids had a great time learning to skip stones from their dad.
Great afternoon, water a bit fast running for my liking but I had one hand on the toddler the whole time. Beautiful place.
Water was low and the river clearer than my bathtub. Fishing was really challenging - but that is spring steelheading. A beautiful river that is the spawning ground for some of the largest spring steelhead around. Fishing the Kalum is an annual event for me!...More