River fishing heating up

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Well, after a week of struggling for a few fish each day on the river, they finally started to act like Salmon and bite our plugs.  The action was the best early but we had random bites throughout the day.  The fish are spread from top to bottom.  A bunch of fish moved through the lower end yesterday, including some Cohos and Steelies.

Lake season almost over.

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Only a couple of lake trips left.  Here are some photos from some trips last week.  All the Salmon are in front of the River at this point and that is where we spend our time fishing.  Flatlining J-plugs and Orcas and fishing glow spoons off the riggers have produced fish.

River fishing getting better.

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We only have a couple trips left on the lake.  River season is in full swing.  Fishing is ok but not great.  The best action is early in the day.  After that, things slow down.  Most of the fish are holding in the bigger pools but today, we did take advantage of a couple of fish in the shallows with flyrods.

Ending the lake season and starting the river.

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We have had a busy lake season with its ups and downs,we are looking forward to fishing the river oct- dec.Fish are being taken in 10 to 20 feet of water in front of the salmon river. Large j-plugs and mag size spoons in any of the glow colors will work. Troll your flat lines back 150 feet and spoons off the riggers 50 to 75 feet.

Mixed bag again.

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Yesterday found us fishing in 80 to 90 feet of water on the south shore line between catfish creek and nine mile point. White/green glow and black/glow spin doctors with green and hammer flys took most of the fish.The dipseys worked back 220 feet and a 15 to 20 foot strech on the on the downriggers.High winds are keeping us off the lake today, we will see what tomorrow brings.

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