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Looking at bar fishing and to check conditions.......Marko
 

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There's always next week! The river conditions are going to be a major factor . We could fish from boats
but that would mean exclueding members and would not be as sociable....Marko
 

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hey marko

just pm me the day before and i am in for sure!! cant wait....i might even head out and take a look at some drive up spots today!
 

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OK, so.... with the water coming up, what kind of weight do you guys think we are going to need to toss? Also, any other alternatives on where to launch if Island 22 isn't available? :cheers:
 

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Sounds good. Did you get out today? I think we are looking at solid sunshine for the next week and a half,
so hold on this may be the only chance we get for a long time... :peace:
 

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There is Borroughs Town, just off the Sumas cannal. Gill road should not be a problem. Ferry Island, just under
the Rosedale bridge and I believe peg leg would be another opption. The best and most accessable and
user friendly is still Island 22 but we should know more in a couple of days...Marko
 

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I do believe so and one to consider,thanks woody.
 

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the nets have been out so I would guess the fish are running.Although I'm busy most of the time always up for a trip or if needed to ferry a few folks in the putt-putt. Let me know next time your heading out, or if anyone wants to do a group outing :beerchug:
 

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I was out at the mouth of the Harrison on Sunday, Launched at Kilby and went down to toss spoons and backtroll plugs with no success. Had the whole confluence to ourselves (which should have told me something about the fishing potential) :confused: Amazing to anchor right on the seam between the crystal clear harrison (vis @20 feet) and the mighty muddy Fraser. Right now its too thick to drink and a little too thin to plow. :( Also went up the Harrison for a boat ride. Its a bit early for the annual returns, but the trip was great and its so nice to have that much water all to yourself. 8)
 
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