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 on: Today at 04:13:48 PM 
Started by Rodney - Last post by cammer
I don't want to pick a fight but spey rod fishers in low conditions do same IMHO. That sound of whish whish scares fish and gets me craving lattes, with spey guys I move on but Barista's I get Pissed off and let me know

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 on: Today at 04:10:59 PM 
Started by Rodney - Last post by dennisK
Checking some new areas this afternoon trying to find the new runs in the changing river, was sad to see Gwyn's run not there at this time. Water condition still good of course even with the rain we have had past few days, no enought to dirty it up anyway.. Coho are slipping in every day, heard around 200 in the Chilliwack River Hatchery. Cleaned up another bag of garbage around the Diving Board Run not a good area to fish as too many TOW ers there as well as number or people striking at the end of each of their drift.

This of course with the clear water conditions just scares the fish and makes it tought to get a fish to actually bite.

Chris. Do you have a dog named emily? a lab i think.

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 on: Today at 02:28:49 PM 
Started by chris gadsden - Last post by Fish Assassin
Chris is mighty quiet this week. Still recovering from A-BOATER'S wine ?? :)

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 on: Today at 02:14:25 PM 
Started by HCTF - Last post by HCTF
Hi Walleye76 - sorry for the trouble! We had an unexpected server outage this morning for about an hour. Everything seems to be up and running again. Please let me know if you continue to have difficulties and we'll find a way to resolve them.

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 on: Today at 01:51:46 PM 
Started by HCTF - Last post by Walleye76
Would live to enter but site keeps telling me my email addresses are  not valid.....

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 on: Today at 01:15:16 PM 
Started by Steelhawk - Last post by Tangles
It gets more complicated than that now that the quota for the Vedder is 2 chinook.  If you kept one in the Fraser in the morning, where the quota is one, I would assume you can still go to the Vedder and get a 2nd fish.  The reverse order, however, would be questionable, because if you went to the Fraser 2nd you would already have 1 chinook for the day, which equals the Fraser quota.


I don't see a problem because you would have already written down your adult chinook on your license and that includes the river it was caught on  ::)

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 on: Today at 12:50:24 PM 
Started by chris gadsden - Last post by A-BOATER
Another day another defeat. The Cup aint' comin ;D
Another defeat.  ;D
Loss to Sens in Ottawa & another loss to Sens in City of TO.
(Wonder if Leafs are doing this on purpose thus to go full out & show their talented ways when the season starts? Because honestly how does a team play so poorly unless they are doing it on purpose?
If they are giving it their all then I have to correct my predictions...not 40 plus wins...down to 25 plus wins)

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 on: Today at 11:21:01 AM 
Started by Steelhawk - Last post by DanL
So the daily limit of chinook for region 2 is 1 chinook then. They should have a clause at the top of the synopsis stating that to avoid the confusion.

No, see: http://www.pac.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/fm-gp/rec/fresh-douce/region2-eng.html . The default limit for salmon region 2 is zero. In waters where chinook retention is permitted, the daily limit is usually 4.  Whether thatís 1 adult, 2 adults, 4 jacks, or whatever, and what is the definition of adult is water specific. Some waters have a daily Chinook limit of 1, just to confuse matters more.
      
Because each water can and do have different limits I think simply ensuring you do not possess more than you are allowed to on that particular water is the safest practice.

Retain 2 coho from the Stave in the morning, then go to the Vedder to get 2 more in the afternoon? Donít see a problem.

Retain 1 chum in the Stave in the morning, then go to the Vedder to get 1 more in the afternoon? Asking for trouble.

Retain 2 chum in the Stave in the morning, then go to the Vedder to C&R chum in the afternoon? Asking for extra trouble.

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 on: Today at 10:49:44 AM 
Started by Steelhawk - Last post by bobby b
Thanks for posting that fishforever. 
Yesterday at the   Vedder I had a guy freak on me because  I  caught and bonked 2 big Springs... "hey you @&$'jn so and so .... you can't keep 2 over 62". I replied "read the regs for this system before you start trying to Police me" and went back to fishing .... then I caught a jack Spring and kept that too!!

Seems there is always a know it all .... that knows not at all.


Also had a guy yell at me a few weeks back for bonking a Pink at Squamish .... saying there is zero retention for pinks!!


 

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 on: Today at 10:13:07 AM 
Started by Steelhawk - Last post by fisherforever
Daily quota for Chilliwack/Vedder Sept 01 to Dec 31 Chinook 4 per day only 2 over 62 cm

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