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Author Topic: 2011/12 Chilliwack River steelhead fishery information & water condition updates  (Read 181873 times)

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river really high this morning and about 6 inches of visibility, time to tie leaders and pray for cold weather, should be stellar fishing when she drops and clears
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Went for a walk today along the river and the river has dropped some but still very high. Visibility approaching a foot but the rain continues to fall with some wind.

Found a nice Drennan, a number of DNE's, Clear Drifts and some run of the mill floats

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Went for a walk today along the river and the river has dropped some but still very high. Visibility approaching a foot but the rain continues to fall with some wind.

Found a nice Drennan, a number of DNE's, Clear Drifts and some run of the mill floats

Gee Chris, it seems that your finding way more floats then you can get rid of. I guess your grand kids will have enough floats. In fact I bet that even their kids will have enough as well.   ;D ;D
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Gee Chris, it seems that your finding way more floats then you can get rid of. I guess your grand kids will have enough floats. In fact I bet that even their kids will have enough as well.   ;D ;D
I think I have enough for everyone on this forum too. ;D ;D

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I think I have enough for everyone on this forum too. ;D ;D
can i have a drennen for all the ones i've lost  ::)
and freds weighed one awhile ago, so it isnt that bad then but its gettin prety late now.
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gone to the dark side, poor levelwind probly never going to see the water again.

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Safe to say Peter is the derby winner?  ;D
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the carp

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holy crap peter 19.08 nice work
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that fish was a HOG, whoaaa nice job man
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So early in the season for a fish that size, usually the derby winner is caught around mid February.
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holy crap peter 19.08 nice work
Say what?!?!  lol... is there pics of this fish?  I gotta see it!!  lol
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Vedder TOAD, noiiice!!
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Yeah I went to FB and it was all over there... Holy crap.  Now that's a big steel.....lol :o
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Wow! That is one big fish for early season. :o
Less than a pound shy of big twenty. Congrats!
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Pretty hard to beat that one.
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