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The small Cluxewe River flows northwards into Broughton Strait just north of Port McNeill on the east coast of North Vancouver Island.

Despite its relatively short length, the Cluxewe River supports a sizeable run of winter steelhead and a few sea-run cutthroat. Stocking of cutthroat trout has been initiated in the hope of developing the fishery for this species.

Dolly Varden, rainbow trout and coho salmon in the fall can also be expected. Fishing is best at the Cluxewe River mouth and along the bushy banks of the Cluxewe River. In even-numbered years, pink salmon fishing at the mouth of the Cluxewe River is very productive - mid August is best.

Nearest Town: Port McNeill

Nearest Lake: Keogh Lake

Nearest Park: Lower Nimpkish Provincial Park

Additional Info: A campsite and boat launch are available at the mouth of the Cluxewe River.

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