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Name: Ken

I'm 45, have a wife, 4 kids, 2 dogs and a boat.
I live in Bellingham and have fished the Fraser for about 10 yrs and I'm still trying to figure out how to catch salmon without snagging/flossing them. I can Floss sockeye with the best of 'em but looking to move up to techniques that relies on the fish attacking (or at least biting) my presentation. I have tried many other approaches and rarely get the impression that I've coaxed them.

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Ken
 

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Welcome to the forum Ken. There is a wealth of information here, and a lot of guys who will be happy to teach a new recruit how to fish ethically.
 

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professori said:
Welcome to the forum Ken. There is a wealth of information here, and a lot of guys who will be happy to teach a new recruit how to fish ethically.
Or even better - how to fly fish - eh professori - lol ;) Welcome Ken! :beerchug:
 

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welcome ken i'm sure if you offered to take a member or two out on the flow when your up here they would appreciate the ride and have no problem showing you other techniques for fishing the fraser. HINT HINT!! LOL
hook and i are always willing to share some knowledge aswell as "fish "for some info from others. :thumbup:

again welcome and enjoy
 

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Welcome Ken, Good on you for wanting to learn to fish ethically!! I learned how to floss Salmon when I first started and I think it is a despicable way to fish. I know better now! Now if I could just learn the two hander.....
 
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