Species Profile
Coho / Silver Salmon
Oncorhynchus Kisutch

 

The world's largest sea trout — sea-run browns — are found in the rivers of Tierra del Fuego, far South America's "Land of Fire." The most renowned of these rivers is Argentina's Rio Grande. The river's fish average nine pounds, one in five is over 15 pounds, and one in 50 will weigh between 20 and 25 pounds. In March of 2008, a fish estimated at 41.5 pounds was caught and is known to be one of the largest brown trout taken on a fly.

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Our Coho Salmon Destinations & Partners

August – October

Skeena-Kitimat region rivers — Nicholas Dean Outdoors

Skeena & Kalum rivers — Skeena Spey Lodge

Dean River — Kimsquit Bay Lodge

2018 Hosted Coho Salmon Trips

Aug 12 – Aug 18: Skeena Camp I | Summer Steelhead & Salmon [5]

Aug 19 – Aug 25: Skeena Camp II | Summer Steelhead & Salmon [6]

Sep 24 – Sep 30: Skeena River | Fall Steelhead [full]

No availalibity in the trip you want? Get on the wait list as an alternate for this year or for an opening next year. Just send an email and indicate which trip you are interested in.