I personally like fishing clear water, but I think some color would really help. There wont be so many stacked fish with a load of people trying to floss them, once they start to show up in the river. :
There are a few springs in the river now, last monday when I was there I spotted a few of them. Couldn't entice a bite though....expecially in that low clear water. Might have more luck in a faster area and where you can sneak up on them.
Oh the white springs are in the lower thick! Caught one 2 days ago and when up there yesterday people wre hooking them, all jacks tho! Now i have to hook an early coho and that would be just great! Anyone catch any early coho as of yet?
Got 1 nice 6 - 8LB hatchery coho doe there on Sunday in the lower, using roe and drifting through the fast water channels. Hooked into another but lost it about 20ft from shore. Don't know if it was a spring jack or a coho, never got a good look at it.They are in there, especially active early AM. Hooked both of them before 9AM. Tonnes of pinks as well. Wish I had brought the camera, that doe was a beauty. Oh well I got a good cellphone screen saver and lot's of spots scoped out for the up coming gong show.
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