Fishing for winters in the Columbia at Tanner Creek?

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ZeeBorn
I know Tanner is a big seen for summers but how is it for winters? I was thinking about going out there tomorrow morning to throw some hardware. Could it be worth it, or just a wast of time?
Thanks,
Nate
 
T
Troutier Bassier
Not till next year.
Sorry man, Save the gas and go Coastal. :D
 
Z
ZeeBorn
What happens next year?
I was mainly thinking about going there as an alternative for when the smaller rivers are blown out.
 
F
FishSchooler
Troutier Bassier said:
Not till next year.
Sorry man, Save the gas and go Coastal. :D

Um... the coast might be a bigger waste of gas :rolleyes:
 
F
FishSchooler
ZeeBorn said:
What happens next year?
I was mainly thinking about going there as an alternative for when the smaller rivers are blown out.

If you want to, try it!
 
T
Troutier Bassier
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adambomb
If I were you, I wouldn't take gas mileage advice from 12 year olds ;) But I would also recommend going coastal this time of year.
 
Z
ZeeBorn
I was just thinking of going there for a morning fish then getting to work around 12 or 1. Its too long of a drive to the coast to do that. but going out to tanner is only like 45 50 min. I will probably head to the coast this weekend though.
 
B
beaverfan
I think Tanner Creek would be a good option. The Bonneville hatchery at Tanner Creek releases 60,000 smolt a year so they should have at least a decent run.
 
F
FishSchooler
Waste of gas as in uses more... :rolleyes:
 

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