Wahoo, a few coho and a few hundred fall nookers are over the dam already... :dance:
osmosis said:Oh yeah, as long as those nets dont sweep up too much It may pan out to be a good year. Did ya see that fatty fall hen Youngbuck307 got?
If only that wind would play nice for a day up there in the gorge!
osmosis said:The rock trick comes in handy from time to time, they should all know that!
We avoided the smolts best we could, you can see the clouds of them and we made sure to not cast anywhere near 'em. We only got one chinook smolt of about 10" and luckily it was a long line release.
Definitely know what you mean about the plunking rigs, but it sucks for trying to cast drift gear or plugs in the creek.
osmosis said:Ninja - they have to go through down there to get to the clack and to all the tribs above the falls, They can't teleport . You can fish for them down there. The fall chinook is much better on the columbia but there should be enough coho to find some biters down there.
fish_on!!! said:how long till the cohos start stacking up at clackamette want to take my boy up there to watch the fish go crazy!?