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Would anyone be willing to share a spot or too on the fraser that tends to produce, so i could take my little girl to get into some fish ,to keep her interested in fishing, i know they tend to move around but any help would be great, i live in Cultas Lake.
 

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try herrling island area backwaters. this would of course involve some trekking/wading. probably not suitable for ayoung one. of course getting onto cuthroat can be hit and miss. there is probably other fisheriesout there suitable for youngins.
 

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worms are great, but when the water clears up a spratly pattern and eventually small spinners and minnow patterns when the fry are out. If the cutties aren't there you'll find a corse fish or two with bait.
 

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hey diesel do you have kids, because i know my 6 year old loves being out any time of day in all weather. you can not shelter your kids let them be kids. i know some would say that it would be iresponsible to allow your child to run around in the cold and wet but i say go for it. hey specialist i usually take the kids down to the pump station off of north parelle road. we fish the sumas canal and usually catch all sorts of bottom fish. it is fun for the kids and when they get bored you are right there at the truck for a quick exit. i know i used to fish the lower fraser with a bar rig when i was a kid too and did allright with worms. kids can play on the sand or sit by the fire. just make shure it is fun for them not just dad.
 

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amen stsfisher! Gotta let the kids be kids it's only irresponsible if they are neglected or sheltered to much!! There are all kinds of amusing fish in the back waters of the fraser, the biggest trick is to make sure there is an in and an out or else fish towards the mouth of an eddie...the fish are relatively smart to stay in an area that they can't get trapped in...but I use this loosely they do get trapped but the best fishing is right where a good flow meets an eddie just find the slow water in that area.
 

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Hey guys thanks for the info,My little girl is only 5 and loves going fishing, rain or shine and more often then i do, im sure as hell not going to lock her up for the winter just cause its cold and wet outside, you just dress appropriately.Some of the most important lessons you can learn in life are learned in the outdoors and the sooner you pick up on them the better off you are.I would elaborate but you can figure them out for yourself!
 
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