Before implementation, Angling Management Plans undergo several reviews by the general public, key stakeholders, regional and provincial Quality Waters Strategy Committees, and the B.C. Ministry of Environment. Their long-term effectiveness is monitored by the provincial Quality Waters Strategy Committee.
If you’d like to help improve steelhead angling conditions in the Skeena watershed, read on to learn how the planning process works.
Anglers, guides and Ministry of Environment staff have identified several steelhead-bearing streams in the Skeena watershed, where angler crowding is currently an issue, or likely to become one in the future. These waters include:
- Skeena IV, downstream of Kitwanga
- Skeena IV, upstream of Kitwanga
- Zymoetz section I
- Zymoetz section II
Check out the map for these waters