Friday, September 14, 2012

Silvers are thick

Netting will continue on Sunday at noon, and last thru Tuesday at noon, but there's plenty of time for fishing before that.
The lower river is turning out some beautiful adult coho's! One report of using a yarn ball, but mostly corkies and yarn is what's doing the trick.

Check out these fish landed by "Dave" on the fishing forum.


9 comments:

  1. can u sill fish sunday 9/16/2012 up tell noon?

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    1. YOu can fish the entire river, even though netting is in process now. All the closures are over.
      If you are anywhere below where the white river comes in, expect to see boats showing up on sunday at noon.....but you can fish - even at the soccer fields

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    2. thanks for info wasnt sure i thought when netting was in progress that section would be closed to avoid conflict between indians and fisherman.

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  2. what colors of yarn ball and corkie and yarn

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    1. Orange, or chartreuse Corkies, and black yarn.

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    2. thanks so much and i got a few questions umh should i put any thing on the hook like shrimp or anything and any tips for me i going wit my dad on sunday early we dont have a boat or waiters any tips of hints or anything

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    3. Yes live bait isn't really required on the river until it greens up, and the fish can see....a little shrimp scent is all I ever use until later this month - ill use some eggs.

      Wading out into the river isn't really necessary...most of the fish I hook are about 15 ft from the shore I'm on......

      Have you looked at the forum? There's a lot of info! Good luck

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  4. one more thing and ill stop bothering you (this is my first time salmon fishing so i need info) what size hook and corkie and weight of weight

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