The Coho are moving up again. The count almost doubled to 340 on the 17th. On the 16th it was 186. Lots of rain coming, maybe......
bigfootfish said:The Coho are moving up again. The count almost doubled to 340 on the 17th. On the 16th it was 186. Lots of rain coming, maybe......
man that count looks very good bff, thanks for posting it brobigfootfish said:Cowabunga! Hot tuna! I mean Coho. As of the 18th, 748 Silvers past the window. Whoopee!
masmith said:i saw a bunch jumping under the bridge in Lafayette. Lot of folks fishing them, no one catching. Snag city here. I think people are reeling their lures to quickly to avoid snags- my guess.
wormosa said:a ton of fish there but no biters, i did see two fish get caught, out of 20 boats, fish rolling and jumping but like i said no biters, i tried everything in my arsenal
damn that is too bad bromasmith said:I think there was something with the water or barometric pressure or something today. It was insane at the Nestucca. Fished 3 rivers and tidewater. Tons of fish rolling, tons of people fishing, didn't see one banked all day. I always have seen something caught. Unbelievable.
kirkster said:Try the cast and retrieve wiggle wart method. There bouyent and will avoid snags a lot more than spinners. Not a sure fire method but it has worked for me on occasion. Also you can't go wrong with bobber and eggs.
Might want to check out the thread by osmosis on those new rattle jigs from steelhead stalkers.
Good luck masmith