Upper river is basically a spawning ground right now, I would suggest avoiding these fish that are busy creating another years run.
The lower may have a few freshies moving in and ya may get lucky with an early coho, these water conditions make for skilled angling though.
agree with ironhead.. the top of the Vedder just below Slesse Creek was busy with red chinooks.. fun for a newby like me, but i lost a fair bit of gear. mostly due to bad technique and knots.. best to wait according to the guys at Fred's :lol:
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