Saturday, November 27, 2010

Nov. 27th 2010

Had some fun at my favorite hold. Hooked into a couple nice chums, but was only able to land one....nice chromer, though. Got there about 8:45 & left about 11:00  Caught the chum around 9:30 on a pink corkie, extremely small amount of yarn, & anchovy scent. Water was pretty clear, & quite a few people there, so I used a ten ft. leader.


video

Tide table:
Sat 272:12 AM PST / -0.39 ft9:38 AM PST / 13.00 ft3:47 PM PST / 6.07 ft8:23 PM PST / 8.86 ft7:30 AM PST4:23 PM PST




Monday, November 22, 2010

There are fish in the river!

Check out the shot of this fish being thrown into the boxes. It's encouraging to see this many fish at a time every once in a while.....This is right across from Clark's Creek

Puyallup River Tribal Netting

Saturday, November 20, 2010

November fishing

I've been unable to go fishing the last couple weekends....friends wedding...etc, but i've been taking notes on when, and where people are catching fish on the puyallup. I'm planning on going on Thanksgiving morning, and possibly friday as well. 

Here's what has been happening the month of November. Early November was very spotty because the river level was so high 15-16 feet. Middle of November has been very good when people fish during normal river levels. 

11/11/2010 - puyallupino - Puyallup RiverPierce CountyWA
about 8 guys at 116th. one guy landed a camo chum (about 12 lbs.) i fished that hole and caught one too (possibly the same one).
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11/13/2010 - chummer - Puyallup RiverPierce CountyWA
Fished the sewer treatment plant in sumner...killedem down there went 12 for 15 there are in thick hit it again tomarow...red corkies and 10ft leader 
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11/14/2010 - ur-chummer - Puyallup RiverPierce CountyWA
We killem today best day I've seen since the silvers and a couple months ago when there was slivers and kings runnin got 2 bright chum today before the engines started there nets and trust I mean chromers with sealice


11/15/2010 - Bootstrap Ron - Puyallup RiverPierce CountyWA
Bootstrap here with a fine outing behind Safeway - 4 chums on green corkies and yarn. some stinky jelly anchovy is the ticket. Bootstrap out! 

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11/16/2010 - FishFever - Puyallup RiverPierce CountyWA
Fished the Puke under 5th st bridge water was high and visibility low no fish...maybe next time 

11/16/2010 - offthehook - Puyallup RiverPierce CountyWA
fished puyallup at clarks creek fished about one hour nothing river completely blown out running 10,000cfm


11/17/2010 - Engine dat could - Puyallup RiverPierce CountyWA
Water high dirty. me and my broskey chilled out by Mamas. Tribal netting today and will be all week I heard. Guess we gotta hit up Minter with all the other great fisherpeoples. No chums rolling or seen all morning. only thing I reeled in was my corky. 


11/18/2010 - hookem good - Puyallup RiverPierce CountyWA
Water high fishin was good went 3 for 6 on bright chum...one was about 1lbs the other about 17 or 18...the bright ones smoke up good  

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11/19/2010 - FishFever - Puyallup RiverPierce CountyWA
Went fishing in the Puke behind Fred Meyer killed em went 7 for 10 on some chromers kept my limit 

11/19/2010 - killedem - Puyallup RiverPierce CountyWA
Can't believe it only one at this spot and just killedem went home with my limit of chromes again


What does this mean?

If the river level is anywhere near 10,000, or 14-16 feet, the river is way too blown out. 
On the 20th of nov. the level is at 13 ft., so anywhere under 14, the river can be fished, but i think i'll be down more in the clarks creek, or fred meyer locations, becuase i've been to the mama's location, and at that level, the river is somewhat un-fishable there.
 



Sunday, November 7, 2010

November

The Puyallup re-opened November first, but I haven't hit the river yet. The river level is still a couple feet too high for effective drift fishing. Take a look at the hydro. Typically, I'm wanting the river level to be around 10-11.5 feet.