Anyone have any of those legendary crowding pictures at Peg leg? i Have never been to Peg leg before does it get crowded? Any other pics of Crowding? I know it gets really bad at some fraser river bars. I also seen crowding at every river during fall.
i used to have pics of Pegleg from the very first time we went there. people were literally lined up in 2 rows !! yes thats right there was people behind you casting over your head in some areas :naughty: very dangerous issed: Im not sure where the pics went as i havent seen them in years I will bet you will see loads of pics of almost every bar on the fraser packed with people and/or boats :beerchug:
Ugh, I went there once and never again. I had to go upriver quite a ways just to get away from the main crowds, but if fishing shoulder to shoulder and listening to gearheads all day long is your thing you'll be right at home. eace:
Quite gross in my opinion, I can't help but think "Where are all these people going to relieve themselves?" As well as where is the garbage going?
well when i used to go there i would back my truck up right behind me and ALL my garbage and others around me (that i picked up) would go in the box of the truck. even in huge crowds like that you can have great days fishing IF your fishing around a bunch of good hearted people. last time my dad and i were there we had gigantic morons next to us and they actually threatened to stab my dad for telling them off after they purposly popped a fish off his hook at the beach :naughty: not cool, not cool at all. if you like crowded places to fish then this is great. if you want peace and quite then i would suggest BUY A BOAT because at least then you can find your own places on the mighty fraser however even the boat bars get very crowded also.
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