Monday, October 31, 2016

October is finally over

The rainiest October on record is finally over. With over 9 inches of rain, and most of it falling after the 16th, when the Puyallup finally opened, the fishing has been extremely slow, to non-existent.

The b-run of coho shot straight up to the hatchery, as the river was blown out for most of the month.

I've caught coho in the lower as late as Nov 8th, so I still plan on giving it a shot if the river drops to a manageable height on one of the next two weekends, but otherwise, it looks like chum season is the next action we'll get.


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