well im not a pro but ive been out a few times. I found roe egg worked well on a float. And as for the colours of wool i was using peach and so were some other guys and we couldnt keep em off our hooks. we were up at the top.
There are coho spread through out the entire Vedder system now. It all depends where you liek to fish. The lower end or the top. The catch being is, the water level is so low and clear, that it hasn't been easy trying to get a "fair" :lol: hookup. I wouldn't say the fishing will be slow. There's still lots of willing chum and big springs to keep you busy. As jokikass stated roe, and various colors of wool have been producing for drift fishers.buzzcatcher said:Hi all, Im looking at going out this week most likely Tuesday. We are thinking of going to the vedder. Is it realistic for us to think there will be Coho in there? Or will it most likely be slow fishing. We are gear fishers. What should we be useing? Wool? if so what colors work best this time of year? Red, Pink, Green? Is the whole system produceing or should we stay close to the lower end.
I perfer the upper, but not too sure if it will be active. I have only ever fished the Vedder for Steelies so not really sure where to begin
Thanks in advance guys, and gals :lol: