Well i went up first light Saturday morning and fished the section of the river below the bridge at "Sunwolf/Fergies". The river was low and clear and i fished that river methodically....i drifted almost every spot and bit of pocket water i saw.
i was the only one there and maybe for good reason....i didnt even get a sniff.
I know of 5 fish hooked on Sunday, fishing pressure downstream of the cheekye was non-existent
The fish hooked where hot and on the move. A minor bump in water can and did mix things up a little
The noted successes of the past week were certainly not repeated over the weekend.
Yeah i noticed that i was one of the only ones fishing below the cheekye....however, im not discouraged...just gonna keep at it...there is one in there with my name on it. I also noticed that there werent many ppl fishing the cheak at all as i drove over both bridges slowly and looked around to where they usually are.
interesting to see the number of hatchery fish vs wild fish being caught so far and the small overall size of the fish. Definately missing age classes due to the toxic CN spill a few years ago. Either tiddlers or lunkers with very few in betweeners.
A forum community dedicated to fishing and boat owners and enthusiasts in the British Columbia area. Come join the discussion about safety, gear, tackle, tips, tricks, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more!