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Jeff Tom and birthday boy Chris fished with me today, it started out slow rainy windy and plenty of leaves in the water. My expectations were not that high, but as luck would have it the waves and heavy Westwinds brought in the fish. As difficult as it is to fish in High Winds The boys put on one heck of the show. Many many fish were landed and many many more were fought, Great job boys!! Here are a few pictures from today, enjoy,
Although we haven’t been posting daily we have been out fishing.
As of now it appears that the bulk of our salmon have finished their run although there are a few that remain to trickle in daily.
The bulk of fresh fish that are coming in now are Steelhead !
As of now our steelhead appear to be quite healthy and full of piss and vinegar, with the majority of them weighing in at 10+ pounds. The last 2 days have shown good movement and more importantly the appearance of smaller steelhead as well, they also appear healthy and hopefully so will all the rest that continue to enter the River daily.
That being said it appears for the time being that our late fall and winter fisheries are looking to be in very good shape most of the steelhead are still low in the River system but they are spread throughout its entirety in limited numbers.
Here are some pics from the last few days, hope you enjoy them.
Tight lines and I hope to see you all on the River
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It was another slow day here on the salmon River, but Ben and Brian were fortunate enough to be able to fight several fish today and they were able to bring a couple to net as well.
On a side note, the heavy eastern winds that have plagued us for the last week or so have finally shifted back to the West, hopefully the results of this will be a major run of Kings next day or 2. Regardless time will tell.
Also we are finally beginning to see some of our salmon digging Reds and spawning, this is a good thing as it should start bringing in our fall run steelhead in good numbers.
Personally I can’t wait until our metalheads arrive.
See you on the River
It’s hard to believe that it is October 5 and we have still not seen a major run of King salmon.
I think this is due to many factors, of which currently heavy East winds have set up a cold water blockade in front of the River.
As of yesterday water temperatures on the lake in front of the River were 44° from top to bottom out to at least 70 feet.
I personally think as soon as we get a good 48 hours of steady westerly winds we should see a very good push of salmon in the River.
Sorry for the lack of reports the last couple of days, Things have been somewhat chaotic around here.
As you may have heard we experienced a very good coho run that did in fact contain a few Kings, unfortunately strong off shore winds have moved things around and the action has slowed significantly.
As the wind shifts back to the west northwest our fish should begin staging again in front of the river and fishing should improve.
Regardless enjoy the photographs and we’ll see you on River