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Last year ( I think it was last year ) I fished for pinks with a spey rod at the top end of Pegleg. It just happened that the day I picked was the first day of the sockeye opening. Anyway I caught two sockeyes. Are there any places suitable for fly fishing during the current opening ? Do many of you fly fish for sockeye or did I just have beginner's luck at Pegleg?
 

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JBB said:
Last year ( I think it was last year ) I fished for pinks with a spey rod at the top end of Pegleg. It just happened that the day I picked was the first day of the sockeye opening. Anyway I caught two sockeyes. Are there any places suitable for fly fishing during the current opening ? Do many of you fly fish for sockeye or did I just have beginner's luck at Pegleg?
the flyfishing forum may be a good place to get reply to your question.

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fly fishing for sockeye.. stick to your pinks and greens as sockeye are plankton and krill eaters. in kakwawa lake i use krill 4 the land locked sockeye (kokanee) and that works best. look in ur tackle shops 4 large shrip pattrens. u will also find u will floss alot of them. im not sayin that they will not bite just that when u are using a 10 foot lead and sinking line u will line some. a 7 right to a 9 weight works best..
 
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