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Tracey John Hittel

Chief Executive Officer

Kitimat Lodge

HQ Phone:  (250) 632-6677

Direct Phone: (250) ***-****direct phone

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Kitimat Lodge

656 Dadook

Kitimat, British Columbia,V8C 1A1

Canada

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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BC Salmon & Steelhead are running. | Canadian Sportfishing

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Featured image is Tracey Hittel of Kitimat Lodge showing us again how to pose the perfect "Keep-em-Wet".
Well done Tracey, now we start to focus on catching Chinook, Chum, Sockeye, Pink...and on and one it goes. Oh and summer-run Steelhead on the Skeena River.


Board of Directors | Kitimat Chamber of Commerce

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Tracey Hittel - Vice Chair


Board of Directors | Kitimat Chamber of Commerce

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


News | Canadian Sportfishing

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This week's feature image shows happy young guest of Tracey John Hittel with Kitimat Lodge. Bright fresh Chinook (King) Salmon.
Happy guest of Tracey John Hittel with Kitimat Lodge. Bright fresh Chinook (King) Salmon. Happy guests of Tracey John Hittel with Kitimat Lodge. They were guests with Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge this spring. Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge has bee taking guests out and catching some beautiful Chinook salmon like the one above. Trolling flasher and cut-bait rigs is producing a lot of salmon. 20170617 Douglas Channel Rockfish02 When taking a break from the trolling, anglers can also bottom fish either with frozen herring or simply by vertical jigging a 4-6oz. jig near the bottom. Not only are the different species of Rock Cod beautiful, they are also a delicacy to eat. You can combine tributary fishing and saltwater all in one trip, just contact Tracey Hittel at, tjhittel@telus.net . Featured image is Tracey Hittel of Kitimat Lodge showing us again how to pose the perfect "Keep-em-Wet". Well done Tracey, now we start to focus on catching Chinook, Chum, Sockeye, Pink...and on and one it goes. Oh and summer-run Steelhead on the Skeena River. Here is Tracey Hittel of Kitimat Lodge cooking up fresh caught Prawns for his clients to enjoy while his guests limit out on Bottom fish, Halibut and Salmon (most times


Douglas Channel, BC bounty! | Canadian Sportfishing

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Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge has bee taking guests out and catching some beautiful Chinook salmon like the one above.
Trolling flasher and cut-bait rigs is producing a lot of salmon. 20170617 Douglas Channel Rockfish02 When taking a break from the trolling, anglers can also bottom fish either with frozen herring or simply by vertical jigging a 4-6oz. jig near the bottom. Not only are the different species of Rock Cod beautiful, they are also a delicacy to eat. You can combine tributary fishing and saltwater all in one trip, just contact Tracey Hittel at, tjhittel@telus.net .


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