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 on: Today at 06:34:36 PM 
Started by BigFisher - Last post by Ry the fly guy
I left a 15 pound coho on the rocks for an hour and it tasted awesome.

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 on: Today at 06:24:40 PM 
Started by Rodney - Last post by pwn50m3 f15h3r
Hey Rod, do you know if they will be stocking brood fish again? If they dont, why?

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 on: Today at 06:21:29 PM 
Started by koifish - Last post by pwn50m3 f15h3r
I think that common carp amd grass carp fight hardest pound for pound


ive yet to hear of a trout that actively eats spiny ray species. 

I have heard of NPM's in a lake eating perch though.
Since bass would probably spend most of their time in frog water, i think that a wandering bull trout, cutty, or bow of reasonable size could easily wipe a bass nest.

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 on: Today at 05:57:12 PM 
Started by Archer - Last post by Humpy

Again, you must be in the wrong spot, or using the wrong method.
I was short floating purple/pink bent rods jigs. 15" leader, 25 gram float. Can I email you? I have the spot I went to marked on google maps and could send that to you and maybe you could tell me if that spot is worth fishing. Maybe the bulk of the run is still on the way, this rain should help.

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 on: Today at 05:54:04 PM 
Started by clarki - Last post by Knnn
A lot of rivers will blow out for sure.  Any opinions as to the likely condition of the Stave for Friday.  Is the lake and dam enough to damp out this system and leave it fishable?

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 on: Today at 05:53:32 PM 
Started by Archer - Last post by Flytech
Lots of chum rolling but very few actually biting. Loads of bottom bouncers seem to make the fish go lock jaw. Pretty slow day overall compared to previous years and a lot more people. Gong show everywhere on the river.


Again, you must be in the wrong spot, or using the wrong method.

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 on: Today at 05:50:24 PM 
Started by BigFisher - Last post by Humpy
A couple of hours was fine for my chum doe. Putting it in the water may help.

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 on: Today at 05:50:03 PM 
Started by Archer - Last post by Knnn
Nice!  They are a lot of fun to catch and I wish people would treat them with more respect.  Thanks for posting the pics!

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 on: Today at 05:49:18 PM 
Started by koifish - Last post by Walleye76
I grew up in eastern Ontario and fished bass in streams and rivers that froze over solid for six months a year as well as lakes and the St. Lawerence river, (all freeze with min 3 ft thick of ice) so saying bass can't handle the cold water of Vedder just isn't the truth. Also someone said barbot and walleye are great fighters and don't get me wrong I've landed so big walleye (12-16lbs) and ya they are a decent fight but don't compare to any of the pacific salmon species in my opinion.. And the barbot...perch fight more then they do and that's not much... Northern pike and Muskie put up a good fight but they too can come in more like a log then a fish..

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 on: Today at 05:33:02 PM 
Started by Troutman - Last post by clarki
So if you don't retain.... As in c/r no stamp needed??
The regulations are your friend. Seek, and ye shall find. Beware the advice of well-intentioned individuals. 

From page 7 of the Freshwater Fishing Synopsis. "Your basic licence must be validated with a Conservation Surcharge Stamp to keep a salmon of any legal size or species (other than kokanee) from non-tidal waters. A stamp is not required if you intend to release all salmon caught."

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