Well took a member out who replied to my "open seat post". So Pippen and I set out and first thing we see is a native net, not a good sign,, head too Grassy there three nets in the bay so we fish, I set a bar rig, Pippen takes over with my Calcutta. Now I gota say for a guy who never used a level wind before using braided line Pippen after just a couple small nests was throwin that baby like a pro
Anyways we saw two fish taken slightly lower than us at grassy after fishin fow a few hours, pretty slow, so we decide to head upriver, we end up at peg leg and past what had to be at least 20 nets that we could see along the way, well we kinda started gettin discouraged nothin seen even at peg, oh and for those of you the water is still too high no-one fishin the walk-in side all anchored in boats on the other side.
Does anyone know when the native opening ends?
Well thanks again Pippen for the bottle of wine the wife and I will save it till we can have it with a fresh sockeye , it was once again a pleasure to put a face to a name once again we shall get together again for the sockeye I've got your number and expect a call when fishin is hot, help pay for your gas etc etc :wink: :wink:
By the way we did not even see a sock caught today, not too many bouncers but enough to tell if any socks were in there to catch.
Thanks a lot Carlos.....it was fun to get out there and experience the "river" side of things. I meant to post up sooner, but as soon as I got back home a buddy called and I quickly packed a bag and headed out crusing through the gulf islands for the weekend.
Absolutely would love to get out again and see first hand the sockeye gongshow. If it is half what you had described it could certainly be something worth checking out.
Thanks again, although unproductive from the "fish" side of things it was great to get out.
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