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Today, Wendy and I decided it was time to hit the Skagit again. The best thing about the start of coho season is that everyone heads out to fish in their neighbour's shadow on the Vedder, and no-one is on the other jewels in the lower mainland. We didn't rush to get there, arriving at 10:30 (I love the Skagit rainbows and their "brunch" attitude to feeding). We only travelled about 1/2 a kilometre on the river, but managed 6 beautiful rainbows, all in the 14"-15" range (I actually measured them) . They were hitting small (#20} PMDs , but I was able to get them to come up for a #16 parachute Adams. Tried lots of other offerings, but no love on anything else. Nymphs didn't produce either. I know they aren't monster fish, but on a 6' 6" 2 wt they can still run you into your backing.

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