If anyone has ever dreamed of fishing at a world class steelheader’s lodge on the beautiful Babine River, this may whet your appetite. Here’s a field report from Sage Ambassador, Lani Waller, that was just too good to keep to ourselves.
“The 2011 season on the Babine River in northern British Columbia produced its share of wild steelhead. I fished the river during the week of Oct 8-15 and Babine runs this year were around two to three weeks late and many of the fish had gill net scars from the large gill net fleet netting the Skeena.”
He continues, “This particular female however, escaped the nets somehow and was clean and bright – a reminder of the grace and resiliency of Skeena stocks of wild steelhead.”
Thanks for the update Lani!