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Old 06-16-2017, 04:41 PM   #1
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I will be fishing B10 August 21st. Whats the thoughts on the eclipse effecting the bite?

I'm curious on all your theories ...

should i troll with tin foil on my head?

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Old 06-16-2017, 05:24 PM   #2
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My prediction...i think it could increase the bite if B10 was in the shadow, but it's not so probably not.
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Old 06-16-2017, 05:25 PM   #3
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I'll be fishing this double rig:



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No effect... as always, YMMV
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Old 06-16-2017, 06:15 PM   #5
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Check the Regs, night fishing is closed so you will have to pull all gear in for 2 min 11 seconds.
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I know it won't happen that far north. No need to errr uhhhh correct me.
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Old 06-16-2017, 06:22 PM   #7
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You'll get an extra evening and morning bite that day!
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Old 06-16-2017, 07:38 PM   #8
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Aren't we going to get a 99% eclipse up on the CR? Not worth dealing with the crowds to see the other 1%.

I think I'll try and see it from out in the ocean. Maybe get that first light tuna bite all the overnight guys talk about for once.

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I hope i'm working that day. I have never seen one, but I don't like anything that carries this much hype.
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Old 06-16-2017, 08:03 PM   #10
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to the OP, anyone who gives you an answer is full of BS, nobody knows, I think it will have a negative impact, at home, because i'm dead center in it. if i'm home for this, me and the family are going on vacation somewhere the eclipse isn't.
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Old 06-17-2017, 11:53 AM   #11
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It's a 97% eclipse at Buoy 10. So it won't get "dark as night", but it should get darker like a sunrise or sunset.

REMEMBER, YOU CANNOT LOOK AT A PARTIAL ECLIPSE, EVEN AT 97% COVERAGE, WITHOUT ECLIPSE GLASSES!!!

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Aren't we going to get a 99% eclipse up on the CR? Not worth dealing with the crowds to see the other 1%.
Sorry, but a 97% (or even 99%) eclipse won't even be 1% of the experience of a total eclipse. We'll be going to Madras that week to get the most out of what is going to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
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Old 06-17-2017, 04:35 PM   #12
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That gravity stuff will turn them off every time. Just like earthquakes. Earthly stability is needed for optimum bite! Don't waste your time.
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Old 06-17-2017, 10:04 PM   #13
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It's a 97% eclipse at Buoy 10. So it won't get "dark as night", but it should get darker like a sunrise or sunset.

REMEMBER, YOU CANNOT LOOK AT A PARTIAL ECLIPSE, EVEN AT 97% COVERAGE, WITHOUT ECLIPSE GLASSES!!!



Sorry, but a 97% (or even 99%) eclipse won't even be 1% of the experience of a total eclipse. We'll be going to Madras that week to get the most out of what is going to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
EVERYTHING is a once in a lifetime experience, nothing is ever the same

this particular experience is so crazy over hyped, I cannot believe it. it gets dark every single day....go north and see the northern lights if you want to get your breath taken away, an eclipse is nothing in comparison....unless you buy into the hype.

I truly wish my house was in the 80% eclipse zone, instead of centered in it, all it will do for me is make getting anywhere impossible, all because an over hyped event.....true, it will not happen again in my lifetime, but today won't either
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Old 06-18-2017, 05:38 AM   #14
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EVERYTHING is a once in a lifetime experience, nothing is ever the same

this particular experience is so crazy over hyped, I cannot believe it. it gets dark every single day....go north and see the northern lights if you want to get your breath taken away, an eclipse is nothing in comparison....unless you buy into the hype.

I truly wish my house was in the 80% eclipse zone, instead of centered in it, all it will do for me is make getting anywhere impossible, all because an over hyped event.....true, it will not happen again in my lifetime, but today won't either
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Old 06-18-2017, 06:00 AM   #15
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to the OP, anyone who gives you an answer is full of BS, nobody knows, I think it will have a negative impact, at home, because i'm dead center in it. if i'm home for this, me and the family are going on vacation somewhere the eclipse isn't.
At dead-center, you can rent your house for enough to pay for the vacation...
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At dead-center, you can rent your house for enough to pay for the vacation...
WAY not worth it

I would rather work a few extra days, I just want to be out of the mess.
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Old 06-18-2017, 02:16 PM   #17
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I'll probably switch to a black or purple spinner blade if I'm still on the water.
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Old 06-18-2017, 02:20 PM   #18
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you could just dye some herring black...or purple
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If I want colored herring, I keep a couple rattle cans of paint on the boat.
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Old 06-18-2017, 06:38 PM   #20
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if ANYONE IS WILLING to pay 5X my fee I can bump my guys !
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Old 06-18-2017, 07:58 PM   #21
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EVERYTHING is a once in a lifetime experience, nothing is ever the same

this particular experience is so crazy over hyped, I cannot believe it. it gets dark every single day....go north and see the northern lights if you want to get your breath taken away, an eclipse is nothing in comparison....unless you buy into the hype.

I truly wish my house was in the 80% eclipse zone, instead of centered in it, all it will do for me is make getting anywhere impossible, all because an over hyped event.....true, it will not happen again in my lifetime, but today won't either
So have you actually seen a full eclipse or are you giving us all advice on something you know nothing about? (Other than it it will get dark).
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So have you actually seen a full eclipse or are you giving us all advice on something you know nothing about? (Other than it it will get dark).
Haha, talk about breakin' it down. No, of course I haven't, but it's pretty straight forward on what will be witnessed...there is no magical mystique, the sun gets covered up for a couple minutes...Wow!

I'm glad people are looking forward to it, and are excited to see it, but the hype surrounding it is mind blowing, to me, it sounds like a prolonged pain in the rear for a very short event....like a bad night in the bar in my twenties
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Old 06-18-2017, 10:01 PM   #23
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Spoiler alert!

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Old 06-19-2017, 05:59 AM   #24
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I saw the last one. It's cooler than you think Roosevelt. It's a lights - out experience. And then they come back on. It's fun to see the birds and horses freak out.

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Didn't we have one around here a long time ago, like when I was a kid, maybe 50's? Seems I remember something like what CCW mentioned with the birds and stuff, plus getting sort of dark out.
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1978 I think
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My brother in-law wants to come to my place, even though I'm only in the partial zone.
Maybe one of you dead centers want to take him in. You can keep him, actually.
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1978 I think
I think you are correct, my mom was telling me about it yesterday.

I have no doubt it will be very cool, I guess I'm just a little sick of media way over hyping things, and really hope it's not as bad as the hype train is saying (crowd wise)

There is always potential for fog on the coast, so I would guess the more hard core people will be off of the beach a bit....hopefully
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I remember watching an eclipse as a kid on a family vacation in Cannon Beach, so it had to be summer. And I think 1978 is too late. Could of been the one in July 1963, or September 1969. It was only partial in Oregon.
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I remember, but it was Feb 26, 1979. Turned dark as night in downtown Portland where I was working at the time. Since it was a weekday I have no fishing report.
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I don't think the media is really hyping it as much as reporting on the hype of the people marketing it and trying to make money off of it.
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I've seen that before. No good comes from it.

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I'm kind of on the "meh" side. Like Roosevelt said, "EVERYTHING is a once in a lifetime experience" and should be treated that way. Words to live by!

I went outside and watched the one in 1978. It was cool, but not travel hundreds (thousands?) of miles and spend hundreds (thousands?) of dollars cool.

Mark my word there will be a "that was a BIG disappointment" thread on August 22nd, if not the afternoon of the 21st!!!!

I hope things go well. No fires of huge accidents.
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Can you say Holiday style traffic jam!!!!!!! No thanks.
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Hey Chris,

that looks like a cool combo, can you diagram how you rig that up, I would think the plug on the bottom, 3x3 and the wobbler on top. My concern would be tangles deploying this rig because the plug would want to float and the wobbler sink??

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It must be a big enough deal that Warren Beatty (allegedly)
took his Learjet to see the last one and Carly Simon wrote a song about it.



Well I hear you went to Saratoga
And your horse, naturally, won
Then you flew your Learjet up to Nova Scotia
To see the total eclipse of the sun
Well, you're where you should be all the time
And when you're not, you're with some underworld spy
Or the wife of a close friend,
Wife of a close friend, and
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WAY over hyped. Witnessed one before in the south. It gradually gets dimmer, then gradually goes back to bright and sunny. I wouldn't imagine it would affect fishing any more than a dark cloud bank blocking the sunlight and moving thru. I don't get the tourism hype either. You won't need to get away from the populace and get to the highest elevation. Load of marketing BS. If you're in the zone, you'll see it. Like EVERYTHING nowadays, totally overhyped.


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Watching whales breaching at B10 while speed reeling chinook from the jaws of a pick pocket fur bag will be WAY more interesting to me


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that looks like a cool combo, can you diagram how you rig that up, I would think the plug on the bottom, 3x3 and the wobbler on top. My concern would be tangles deploying this rig because the plug would want to float and the wobbler sink??

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Yes Nate you're just modifying the mono dropper line with a T swivel with 3' of 15 lb down to cannonball, 24" 40 lb. back to Brads Lighted Wiggler, 3-4' up with 40 lb mono to a swivel on the slider weight clip. From mainline bead chain swivel run a normal 5' 40 lb. leader to wobbler.

It requires care to slowly and carefully deploy and retrieve and I usually don't want the tangles if I'm already helping run a few other lines. Solo or with one other? It has made a difference a few times. Broad daylight too. 3/4 hit the wobbler. 1/4 the Blinky. Steelhead in deep water as well.

And interestingly, that wobbler is aptly named the Midnight Runner.

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Gonna have to wait for the B-10 report on 8-22 as I will likely be hunkered down in the office asking someone, "Is it better ONE or TWO?" or mebbe something a little more exciting like picking a piece of metal out of some poor soul's cornea when the big shebang happens.
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I think you are correct, my mom was telling me about it yesterday.

I have no doubt it will be very cool, I guess I'm just a little sick of media way over hyping things, and really hope it's not as bad as the hype train is saying (crowd wise)

There is always potential for fog on the coast, so I would guess the more hard core people will be off of the beach a bit....hopefully
I'm not one of those hardcore types.
I will be as far away from the beach as I can get.
I will be 30-35 miles due West of Depoe Bay if the ocean is calm
You are welcome to come with me if you want to get away from the crowds
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I'll be there for a seminar on the 20th. Going to sta over and fish Sunday / Monday. I dont think there will be big crowds just for the eclipse as most that want to see the full Monty are heading to Madras.

Will be interesting to post follow reports on this thread!
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Solstice was last night at 9:24 pm. Happy Summer! We've made the bend and the days will be getting shorter. Maybe that will bring more sleep?

Still debating where I want to be for the eclipse. With the right group a road trip would be fun. But if the fall run is IN, it's likely a no brainer.

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Summer was short.... Got down to 45 at the house last night, First sign of fall.
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Old 06-24-2017, 07:07 AM   #45
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Why does anyone give a damn about this eclipse? I sure don't.
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Why does anyone give a damn about this eclipse? I sure don't.
I haven't seen one and it may be all hype, but here's an interesting take;

https://www.greatamericaneclipse.com/splendor/

I won't be around for the next one but when I tell my grandkids about it I will be speaking from experience.
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