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Tracey John Hittel

Chief Executive Officer

Kitimat Lodge

HQ Phone:  (250) 632-6677

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Kitimat Lodge

656 Dadook

Kitimat, British Columbia,V8C 1A1


Company Description

Kitimat Lodge, Kitimat BC, Canada, Nestled among the cliffs of the Kitimat river valley. Guided Fishing Trips, River Fly Fishing and Ocean Charter Fishing.... more.

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Employment History

Chief Guide

Steelhead Heaven

Chief Executive Officer

Gateway Shipping

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Board of Directors | Kitimat Chamber of Commerce [cached]

Tracey Hittel - Vice Chair

Booking & Contact [cached]

Tracey John Hittel, Owner/Operator.
Tracey John Hittel Kitimat Lodge and Steelhead Heaven Tracey John Hittel Kitimat Lodge

Latest Fishing News & Updates in Canada | Canadian Sportfishing - Part 5 [cached]

The featured image shows Tracey Hittel of Kitimat Lodge demonstrates "Keep `em Wet" pic for wild Skeena River Steelhead.

We spent four days on the river in all with Tracey Hittel and had a blast.
All of the staff had incredible and humorous personalities; surely among the best in Terrace if not BC. Tracey clearly knew the rivers well, and Harley and Mickey (the lodge hosts) have been well versed in delicious home cooked meals and spending quality story telling time with the guests. I sent an e-mail to Mr. Tracey John Hittel asking a few Questions on flies, and more. Tracey returned my e-mail immediately answering my questions. As I flew into Kitimat, to visit and fish with my brother, I found I was depending too much to fish with people that had their own life to deal with, and then to get out to fish. Frustrated, I called Tracey John Hittel and met with him at his home. Over a beer I spoke to Tracey with many questions, and I was very impressed with the answers I was receiving. I purchased a few flies to try on my own as Tracey knew I had lived there before 20 years ago, and had an idea where to go. I still had the same problem of people that had a life to live before they could go fishing. Frustrated still I remembered that Tracey gave me a choice of two days he had off before he got into the guide season. I called back and told him I would take the second day he had off, and did tell him that he would be the most expensive taxi ride I would pay for in my life. Tracey should have thrown me out of the boat near the end of the drift for saying that to him, but he is like me, I enjoy other people catching fish and watching. Tracey took me for THE RIDE OF MY LIFE. The caliber of this mans knowledge surpassed my expectations to no end. I used the centre pin float fishing with a 13 foot rod. Tracey tied all bait for me to use and was at my reach all day long helping me in any shape or form. He told me areas to cast that I would have not cast to. I told Tracey a 15 fish day {COHO} was not to bad until I heard other people fishing that day had caught a few, not as many as Tracey helped me with. BEST DAY OF MY LIFE. My biggest regret was my choice to fish the second day Tracey offered me. If I had fished the first day he offered me I would have given him a deposit on the river for the second day without a thought as I was leaving in a few days. To anybody that has read this, I hope it puts a different prospective on life for the fisherman that is learning to fish and to the fisherman that has a back ground like mine, the value of a good guide in an area you want to fish is extremely important if you want to have a day you will never forget. I hope a few people will learn a lesson from my mistake. Hire a good guide and have the BEST DAY OF THEIR LIVES. To mention Tracey is a professional guide. I have never fished with someone so open to knowledge that is shared for you to learn. As for the fishing trip Tracey helped me fill a complete roll of film on my digital camcorder to watch at home, and took pictures on his digital camera, burnt them on a CD to show and use. We met our guide Tracey Hittel and his fiance Janelle. The next morning we went out on the Skeena River fishing for sockeye. It was a slow day but Tracey assured us the action would be hot and heavy on the Kitimat fishing for pinks and chums the next day. We went out with a guide friend of his Mark Guiliano. That night Tracey invited us to his home for a wonderful seafood and steak dinner. Prepared by his fiance Janelle. Bright and early the next morning, Tracey picked us up for another day of salmon fishing on upper Kitimat. Tracey, we definitely rocked it on the salt with you as our guide. It was fun rocking to the Ipod and singing along to "Fish On" and the other tunes. he fishing contest made the day interesting also, especially since our boat won. The Albertans were great to get to spend time with. Hunter refers to somethings as Bradyisms. He did have a good sense of humor. Disco really put out the effort to make us have a down home personal experience. It is amazing just how many jokes he and Hunter have to make you laugh all day long. It is how it should be, there are only good days at the lodge. On our last drift trip you let us have Phil. Thank you for the peace and solitude that he gave to this day. Dan caught his fish early in the day in a good pool. You will be very hard pressed to find a more dedicated and professional guide than Tracey. Went out with Ted, a very knowledgeable guide, on the Skeena for the first few days, then it was on the Kitimat with Tracey, numerous pinks and one silver for those days. Many thanks Tracey and everyone for making these trips (for me at least) the most memorable I've been on. - Martin E. (Cap) Tracey Hittel, proprietor and chief guide of Steelhead Heaven in Kitimat B.C. is the person to contact. Offering several water options to chase these ironheads within the Neighborhoods of Kitimat and Terrace, Tracey will taylor your trip to your personal style of chase. Overall contacting and joining Tracey for a week of fun and chase will provide a memory that will last a lifetime!!! "TIGHT LINES" Having fished all over the world and shot fishing and travel TV/films in countries like New Zealand and Chile, I was impressed not only with the fly fishing in and around the Upper Kalum, the beauty of the land, the location of the lodge, the hospitality of the outfitter and lodge owners, but also the knowledge that Tracey and his guides have of the area's fisheries. I can't wait to go back and hook into those elusive steelhead that Tracey and his guides helped put us on. - John Dietsch In July '03 I spent 21 days solid fly fishing with Tracey and most of those were on the Kitimat, a river created by God for this purpose. We started out our time together on the majestic Skeena, a waterway of awe inspiring proportions (particularly for those, like myself accustomed to european alpine rivers). Although we spent a couple of slow days trying to get used to fly fishing in such a vast expanse of water I have since heard from someone here in Austria who goes there every year that the Skeena fly fishing in September is fantastic if you hit the right spots. Tracey suggested a visit to a famous Skeena tributary and immediately located a run teeming with salmon all of which paid us and our flies not the least bit of attention. Frustrated but determined we moved down river to the next runs where we caught a 40Ib Chinook on a15Ib tippet and landed a stunningly silver jack spring (Chinook) of 16Ib. We were both using the purple articulated flies Tracey had recommended. The rest of the time we spent on the Kitimat, floating and fishing the best spots (and Tracey knows them all). Nature in the raw. Tracey is a guide whose deepest wish was for me to achieve my goal - which was to catch Chinook on the fly. And when I did he was as over-the-top, stupid-grin happy as I was. Tracey is an excellent, well equiped guide and both he and his wife, Janelle, went to great lengths to make me feel at home, including cooking wonderful sea food dinners with freshly caught crab and salmon. He even got me back into fly tying. He was sitting at the tying table at 6.30 most mornings preparing for the day ahead. In fact the fly I caught my first 22 Ib Chinook on I had tied under his direction the night before (under the provenly inspirational influence of a couple of cans of beer). No effort seemed too much for Tracey in striving to live up to his high ideals of what being a guide is all about. Tracey John Hittel Kitimat Lodge

Board of Directors | Kitimat Chamber of Commerce [cached]

Tracey Hittel - Director
Tracey is the owner and operator of the Kitimat Lodge which provides guided fishing and accommodation.

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