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Ya know, if you'd only show a little initiative, you might look at some of the other threads and find the info you are asking. Try peeking at the thread just below this one. I can't believe how little work some folks are willing to do to find fish. ??? ??? ??? ???
 

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SALMONMAN2 said:
Hi Professori

The thread is four days old, I did look at that.
Not being rude... and its to late now. But why not ask your question in that thread thus bringing it to the top again rather than yet another stave thread? I might be going there tomorrow not sure yet though.
 

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I should have some reports coming in from 2-3 flows tonight or tomorrow.... Hope the Coho show up for more than just the Vedder. What a great year that river is having except for the boneheads on the river.... ::) ::)

Cheers, Rob
 

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loads and loads and loads of dogs ( chum ) , very little coho, have only seen one caught , also seen a big spring get landed near the towel bowl , about 40 lber id say ! , but if ur in it for the fun , take ur kids out , and get hookin into some chum, its a blast ! kids love it ! ,

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bigmike2020 said:
loads and loads and loads of dogs ( chum ) , very little coho, have only seen one caught , also seen a big spring get landed near the towel bowl , about 40 lber id say ! , but if ur in it for the fun , take ur kids out , and get hookin into some chum, its a blast ! kids love it ! ,

mike
Thank for the info, I've only fished the Vedder so I do not now much about the other river,
I was at the Vedder last weekend with my boy down by the campsite he had a blast but not
coho or spring where in that area that day. chum yes but still was a great day.
 

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Are the Chum in the Stave in good shape?

I am planning on fishing the Fraser next weekend and am wondering if the Chum are in good shape. Also, how is the launch at Fort Langley? I live in the interior so I don't get to go fishing in the Fraser very often.

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I was on the Stave, west side, yesterday. What a show. I didn't believe the posts about the amounts of people there but now I know. There must have been about 100 cars along the side of the road.

Anyway had a great time pulling in chum and watching the snagfest going on. 95% of the people were bottom bouncing with over 5 foot leaders on. People asked "how come you seem to get them in the mouth most of the time?"

Wacthed this one fellow in sneakers and a constantly lit cigarette hanging out of his mouth with about a 30lb leader, bbing and then horsing them into shore. several times the snag came out launching his 3oz weight into the trees behind him. If it would have hit someone in the head it would have killed him.

He though he some some type of great fisherman the way he was carrying on.

Some one told him to smarten up and watch out and all he said, "If you don't like it stay out of my way."

UNBELIEVABLE :eek:
 

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That's really sad...

It's a shame the quality of angler plying our rivers now... It's been in the last 5 years or so that it's gotten really bad, but this year has been INSANE.

Time to close retention of chum and pinks...

Soon there will be nothing to kill, and 'they' will all go away, and leave us the hell alone!

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Nicole said:
That's really sad...

It's a shame the quality of angler plying our rivers now... It's been in the last 5 years or so that it's gotten really bad, but this year has been INSANE.

Time to close retention of chum and pinks...

Soon there will be nothing to kill, and 'they' will all go away, and leave us the hell alone!

:mad:
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Very well said Nicole...the kill fishery of chum & pink seemed like a good idea at the time but look at it now. The poor Stave...I hope 'they' leave it alone.
 

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Nicole said:
That's really sad...

It's a shame the quality of angler plying our rivers now... It's been in the last 5 years or so that it's gotten really bad, but this year has been INSANE.

Time to close retention of chum and pinks...

Soon there will be nothing to kill, and 'they' will all go away, and leave us the hell alone!

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Nicole
Great Idea. Catch and release everything
 

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I have been on the stave the last few days and yes it is bad. I chucked flies in the toilet bowl the last 2 days for coho with no results. Did manage some clean chum put all males so released. Inch creek was there today for their brood stock capture and man did they do well. They released all springs. jack springs and chum. They only kept the coho. Boy where there some big hoes in their nets. Also some real monster springs in good shape. I was also surprised by how many spring jack there where. Went and fished furhter down far away from the crowds :thumbup: and could see a ton of fresh fish moving in so it should be good this weekend and next week for sure.
 
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