ribwart said:Depending on water levels, fish will come in piecemeal on the high tides quite regularly from here on in. First Nations do have their weirs up in the usual place, but as always, they will let a few through regularly, and some will sneak by on their own.
Look for the next bump in river levels, and fish the high tides through the lower river.
Not implying either of you don't know this already, but for anyone who doesn't know, there are a few regs specific to this river that everyone should know about.
^^^^^^^^--- please remember there is a size restriction^^^^^^^.......
- Bait ban until Oct 31st.
- Hatchery marked fish only, 4 per day
- 4 Chinook per day, but only one over 62 cm
Please keep this in mind while enjoying this great river, and fish responsibly. All wild coho should be carefully released. Those fall fish were in real trouble there for a few years. The regulations are there for good reasons...