I'm not sure you'd be too successful today, Wookie. There was a commercial fishery yesterday and two-bit is just up river from where the majority of the fishing took place. It may be slowwwwww.
It's ironic you asked, becuase I just posted a question a few days ago asking fishing around two-bit and poplar bar becuase I live in the Glen Valley. However, it seems there's not much action there in general, or at Duncan bar or Crescent Island.
For all the talk about commercial openings I still saw tons of fish last night. I went to 2-bit area and saw schools jumping all over the place.......and of course soom after 2 seals showed up and ruined my fun.
One solid hit, wasn't a sucker or bullhead, thats for damn sure...forgot my bar rigs though so I had to get creative with the gear.
Destroyed my shoes cause I got caught at high tide in the dark...had to wade through quicksand without light....good times
not too sure, but some dude there said he's caught Sockeye using the same method as around ChilliwaK, BUT WITH A SMALLER WEIGHT. Apparently, the fly-fishing isn't too bad, but you gotta get there around lot tide, as the current moves a lot faster and its easier to get out to the main channel.
I was there on Friday, and again, so many fish out there!
Bowmans was FANTASTIC all weekend but you had to LONG BOMB em that's what worked for us, each day i had min of 6 people 7 sun 7 mon got our limit every morning.
two of us stayed anchored in the boat at all times just in case anchored right next to the stump. Red Boat
We found the same thing in the upper river Roscoe ....... 8:00 - 10:00 AM was OK closer in ...... but as the air & water warmed up ..... the long bomb was needed to reach the fish. Cooler water and more protection out far maybe??
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