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    Re: Salmon River Report 2012

    Fished Monday and Tuesday. So many fish, I think I am done salmon fishing for the year. I do wish I hooked into more coho. I saw 2 steelhead in the water patrolling. I took a nice backwards fall over a rock in 4" of water. Elbow landed first, square on a flat rock. I have a nice chip on the elbow now. By buddy blew up his Beulah 8/9 10'6" switch rod, right above the cork on the butt section. Very strange, he only holds the cork and never the graphite when fighting fish. No split shot whacks there either. These fish are stupid strong. Oh yeah, his reels drag also blew up on him....he had a bad day in terms of beating up his gear.

    Mike, when I am talking about lining fish, I am referring to the guys who put a ton of large split shot on their leader and tie a fly 4' below that. The weight brings their leader to the absolute bottom on the water column and swings through with their fly behind and actually above it in the current. This set up is a lining set-up. When guys are "swinging" streamers, the sinking leaders is not below the fly in the column and never on absolute bottom. Also, with a properly swung fly the leader will not beat the fly to where the targeted fish are, it'll be one even swing. Sounds confusing, but it all makes sense in my mind!


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    Here is somthing i dont get, Lynch said the way to catch these kings is to use an indicator and that people swinging are lining or snagging. Chris reported he got some swinging. What is the proper method?Also why does everybody worry and complain about others and how they are fishing just go and have a good time, if thats not possible stay the fuck home!


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    Re: Salmon River Report 2012

    I'm thinking of heading out early morn (like 3 am) on Sunday and fishing through Monday...
    Have the goons taken over the river yet?

    I'm hoping to get into some Cohos and maybe some steel or browns...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Philthy Phil View Post
    I'm thinking of heading out early morn (like 3 am) on Sunday and fishing through Monday...
    Have the goons taken over the river yet?

    I'm hoping to get into some Cohos and maybe some steel or browns...
    The goons are out in full force. Been on the river every day this week. Only fished the SR for an hour and a half today. Had one hard take and trout set it. Oh well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LyNcH View Post
    I do wish I hooked into more coho.
    That's why you brought me :-)


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    Re: Salmon River Report 2012

    I have a feeling fishing is going to be stupid with numbers this weeekend but I'm really only looking for Coho and steelies. I also don't care to fish these bone dry riffles I keep seeing people taking video in, its a joke how people put these videos up thinking its so great, I look at it like I'm sure many others do and think how the hell do you even get a drift in there, let a lone enjoy the process of hooking a fish. I'll do what I can to find a run with some decent flow still left flowing through it.


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    Re: Salmon River Report 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by flyI4 View Post
    I have a feeling fishing is going to be stupid with numbers this weeekend but I'm really only looking for Coho and steelies. I also don't care to fish these bone dry riffles I keep seeing people taking video in, its a joke how people put these videos up thinking its so great, I look at it like I'm sure many others do and think how the hell do you even get a drift in there, let a lone enjoy the process of hooking a fish. I'll do what I can to find a run with some decent flow still left flowing through it.
    I took video in a bone dry riffle for my students.

    So they could see the fish running...

    I wasn't fishing.

    I was in my sneakers. Making a video...

    For my students at school.

    Were you talking about me? Or my video ?


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    Re: Salmon River Report 2012

    My goons crew is up there now. They said fishing is good...well, snaggging. My dad has gotten into some nice chromers and few small browns.

    I've been in the hospital so my next time up will be clown day weekend.

    Good luck everyone!

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    Re: Salmon River Report 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Everybody's Friend View Post
    I took video in a bone dry riffle for my students.

    So they could see the fish running...

    I wasn't fishing.

    I was in my sneakers. Making a video...

    For my students at school.

    Were you talking about me? Or my video ?
    Just as a suggestion GB, your students would relate to your video better if you were atempting to harvest a spawning salmon with a spear.

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    Re: Salmon River Report 2012

    Or the proper way in which to peel a banana.

    Contrary to popular belief, its better if you peel a banana on the opposite end of the stem, but you probably already know that.

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    Re: Salmon River Report 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Simms View Post
    Or the proper way in which to peel a banana.

    Contrary to popular belief, its better if you peel a banana on the opposite end of the stem, but you probably already know that.
    True Simms, but these are high school kids in their early twenties, I think they have a solid grasp on the fundamentals like banana peeling, watermelon carving, and tree swinging, your idea would be much better suited for the primate i mean primary grades where the children are still in their early teens.

    Hell no and it aint over now.......

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    Re: Salmon River Report 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Trouser Trout View Post
    True Simms, but these are high school kids in their early twenties, I think they have a solid grasp on the fundamentals like banana peeling, watermelon carving, and tree swinging, your idea would be much better suited for the primate i mean primary grades where the children are still in their early teens.
    TT,

    Yes, the more I re-read both of our comments, your latest one makes the most sense.

    Now, tell me, what grade/age do they learn how to properly fling fecal-matter?

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    Re: Salmon River Report 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Simms View Post
    TT,

    Yes, the more I re-read both of our comments, your latest one makes the most sense.

    Now, tell me, what grade/age do they learn how to properly fling fecal-matter?
    From all accounts and observations the above mentioned skill is not a learned or taught act, it is natural and part of the simian genetic code. Much like a pointing dog instictively points, and retrievers instictively retrieve. And like those natural skills, it can by all means be practiced and perfected, but not taught, for the same reasons you will not find any calculus texts in GB's school either.

    Hell no and it aint over now.......

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