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Author Topic: 2019 Chilliwack River fall salmon fishery information & water condition updates  (Read 9869 times)

Rodney

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Water was still lovely this evening and should continue to be as dry weather is in the forecast. Fished for 30 minutes before dark, float fished with roe and released this one.

https://www.facebook.com/fishingwithrod/videos/2478852232399334

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Water was still lovely this evening and should continue to be as dry weather is in the forecast. Fished for 30 minutes before dark, float fished with roe and released this one.

https://www.facebook.com/fishingwithrod/videos/2478852232399334

released a fin clipped chinook. :o
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Water was still lovely this evening and should continue to be as dry weather is in the forecast. Fished for 30 minutes before dark, float fished with roe and released this one.

https://www.facebook.com/fishingwithrod/videos/2478852232399334
Nice fish. Too dark to use your favorite spoon  ;D
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tmac

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Got a nice wild coho yesterday morning on a spoon in the lower river.  I was all by myself at my favourite run too.
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Water continued to clear today, river was not dropping as fast and it's now at a very good level. Fishable everywhere with more than enough water for fish to move through throughout the day. Good abundance of fresh chinook salmon in the lower river at various spots. Good amount of crowd too for a Wednesday but the atmosphere is very positive.

My float never dipped today. Tomorrow!

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Had bad luck today. I hooked into 3 Coho and 1 spring. Lost all 4. Managed 1 Pink to the cooler. That's it.
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Are the pinks still around, and biting?

I'm planning to change things up by taking a few family members out on Saturday who are fairly green to fishing. The springs can be pretty bitey, I know, but I don't think they compare to when pinks are in thick.

I'll be going regardless, but was hoping for some intel to adjust their expectations (as well as mine)

Cheers!
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