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The Quinsam River is a small stream that flows northeast from Quinsam Lake and enters the Campbell River approximately 2,5km upstream from its mouth near the town of Campbell River on the east coast of central Vancouver Island.

The fishable length of the Quinsam River is 10km in the lower reaches, with point access from good trails leading off numerous roads (Quinsam Road, and Duncan Bay and Elk River logging mainlines).

Fishing pressure on the Quinsam River is heavy, but catch success is maintained by a productive hatchery program. Winter steelhead, cutthroat trout and fall coho account for the popularity of the Quinsam River.

Nearest Town: Campbell River, Gold River Highway 28

Nearest Lake: Quinsam Lake

Nearest Park: Elk Falls Provincial Park

Additional Info: Streamside camping is available.

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