Stamp River Fishing Report - Vancouver Island

Fall Steelhead

Oct 26 2015
Greetings from Port Alberni!


The river is in prime shape right now for the Fall Steelhead. They are in full swing now feeding on the Salmon Spawn and catches have been regular.

This past weekend Rod Hsu and Kitty were here filming a video website for "Fishing with Rod". They had a great weekend with multiple hook ups on some quality fish.  They were guided one day by Kevin and the other by Shaun. Check

Our focus is now on Steelhead in the upper river but there is also fresh Chum being reported in the lower river as well. 


Steelhead:

Stamp River Fall Fishing Report Steelhead by Rod HsuThe fish are gorging on eggs so artificial lures such as a single bead drifted under a float or egg pattern with a float/sink fly line will both work well.  There are also Cuthroat that came out of the big lakes upstream now also in the mix.

Look for Steelhead to stay aggressively feeding on the Salmon eggs through November



Stamp River Steelhead on the line!   Fall Run Stamp River Steelhead landed and released

2015 Regulations:

The detailed 2015 fishing regulations for the Stamp and Somass can be found online here.


This weeks weather forecast:

Port Alberni Weather forecast

Stamp River Water Conditions (click on image to expand)


7 day river levels trend   Stamp River Water Levels 30 Day
 
Stamp River Levels 90 day Trend   Stamp River Levels Annual Trend




Fall Stamp River Fishing Options

Fall Stamp River Fishing Options

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David and Marilyn Murphy (brother and sister team)

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