Ideal River Conditions This WeekRiver High & Good Clarity
December 4, 2014
Cold weather and over a week without rain has brought the river into good fishing conditions. Still very high with fishable clarity throughout the system.
Below you will find graphs showing the river levels and rain for the last week and monthly trend..Also below is the local weather outlook for the next week.
Fresh Winter Steelhead were encountered in the lower river this weekend! They are a little early but then again so is winter. Its amazing how they know.
Most of the fish in the lower system are mostly still fall Steelhead. The upper River continues to be the most productive.
Steelhead will be caught on the Stamp River everyday from now until mid April. Steelhead fishing is a BC tradition that has deep roots and I can’t think of better place to enjoy such a past time,
This weeks weather forecast:
Weekly River & Rain Levels: (click to expand)
Hatchery Steelhead may be retained. Two per day and 4 in possession is the limits. A steelhead conservation endorsement is required on the fresh water licence. All Wild Steelhead must be released. single barbless hooks required.
Also note that your licence has to be printed. An electronic format on a device such as an iphone does not qualify as licence. Steelhead must be recorded on licence immediately upon landing them.
Here are snippets from the Regulations about The Stamp, Sproat and Ash Rivers.
The detailed 2014/15 Vancouver Island detailed fishing regulations are available for download in PDF format.
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