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We started out up high today with dew worms and roe sacs as we had no bugs. We saw no fish or took any my dad had a fish or rock on on briefly but the fluorocarbon leader snapped easily. On the way back we decided to check out the train bridge. We saw 10-15 trout-dollys-whitefish and 5 or 6 steelheads. the fish would chase the baits but not actually eat them. That is all we saw no fish hooked all day.
 

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Question for you guys: What side of the train bridge pool do you fish? Do you fish the deeper slower moving one that moves up to that side channel or do you fish the one that is faster and not as deep. The not as deep run is on your left looking upstream and the deeper pool is on your right looking upstream.
 

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I fish both birdman, although truthfully I haven't put a lot of time in on that water except for springs.... I like the less deep stretch on the left when looking upstream, but it's hard to fish unless your on the yarrow side.....The deep stretch on the right I usually fish from the chilliwack side, right up in front of the piling right in the middle of the river....easier to land them from that side I find, more room to run downstream!! :lol:
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how do you get to the train bridge

ive been look for the train bridge for some time now , but its seem everyone i ask doesnt have a clue .whats the esiest way to get there ?
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I've fished near the bridge twice in the last two weeks. both times the upstream run was full of anglers, so I fished the downstream run. with the water conditions the way they've been, you'd think the deeper , downstream run would produce.funny though,both times guys landed 14# fish upstream, within minutes of my arrival, and I'm still waiting!
 

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go down keith wilson till you hit a bump in the road ( near train tracks) you will see a nice farm house on the south side. Drive down the dyke ( heading south) and follow the road all the way down. When you get to the end, look to your right ( down river) this is the train bridge area for steelhead. There is also another train bridge but it is on the lower cannal side, and can be walked to from near the golf course or you can take your boat from the pump house... dont need to worry about finding this on though.. its not what these guys are talking about.
Cheers.
 
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