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Hi,
I was just wondering if there was good fishing from shore at alouette lake. A couple of friends and I are wanting to go trout fishing next weekend but we dont have a boat or any knowledge of the lakes around here. I was just wondering if maybe some of you guys could give us some advice as to where to go.
Thanks =)
 

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Wow at this time of year the ski's the limit.....I think it's more about discovery or pic your favorite place. Allouette down by the dam can be good for Kokanee.

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You know when you lose a fish and you think it could be the biggest one you ever caught on a lake and then the line breaks? That happened today. I got the strike and then I handed the rod to my wife. she was bringing it in just fine and the all of a sudden WOW. She gave the rod back and the fight was on. I never got to see the fish and I thought that this was going to be the one that would make someone eat a shirt. 6lb test and it broke near the fly. Great fight and a lot of fun. All I want to do is get back on the water and try again. All I can say is that some big fish lurk in this lake and that you should stay away from the boat launch on a long weekend. That and you shouldnt launch a sailboat at the dock and then tie up for over an hour. And I dont think you should launch a broken boat and then when you descover you cant start it, leave it tied up to the boat launch and try to do your repairs??? Took 3 nice kokanee home a nd early released many more, plus the big one that got away. Good Luck!!!!!!!!
 

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Where abouts on the lake did you try for kokanee? Not too familiar with fishing on Alouette...much closer than driving out to Kawkawa Lake
 

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Right opposite the boat launch is good. I was there at the weekend. Try down about 30 feet with a kokanee killer and worm or fly and worm on a fast sinking fly-line.
 

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arrgh! How do you get your line down 30ft? Downrigger? leadcore? Isn't that overkill for kokanee? Cheers

Right opposite the boat launch is good. I was there at the weekend. Try down about 30 feet with a kokanee killer and worm or fly and worm on a fast sinking fly-line.
 
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