is riverside a decent place to go for coho, if so what should i use, other than eggs.
osmosis said:you're right, the river has had fish for about a month now... the best bite is ALWAYS early am for coho...
If you want to have a shot at a 20+ fish day, hit it hard on that first good day of rain.
adambomb said:I was wondering the same thing. I have no interest in the "snagging alley". I have never been to riverside but it looks like it would offer plenty of room for a lot of guys to fish. I recall hearing about fish being caught this spring in the bend above the park. Is that still a productive hole given the current conditions?
Cracker said:No kidding Sherlock........And before you know it...It's Halloween...and it's over!
To you new fisherman..........Next year dont wait for rain...Silvers will be in the river even before they start seeing them rolling at the mouth.
Hey Kirkster, It's very clear that you are new to the forum, and in time you will realize that you can learn quite a lot about the Clack by fishing it.kirkster said:Hey cracker, Its very clear you are new to the forum and in time you will realize you will learn a lot more from osmosis about the clack than most.