I keep saying im going to go North and try this out one of these years... Anybody feel like maybe buying a 2 day and doing a Hoodsport road trip to Chumville? The following from the WDFW weekly recreation report....
<font size="2" face="verdana,arial,helvetica">Hood Canal anglers are pulling in 8-to-10-pound chum salmon hand over fist in front of the Hoodsport Hatchery, said Mark Cylwik, WDFW hatchery specialist. "There's plenty of chum to go around," said Cylwik, who counted six boats and 20 bank anglers on a recent weekday morning. Chum are also making their first appearance at a number of other rivers in the region, including Kennedy Creek, the Skokomish River and the Nisqually River. Anglers should check the Fishing in Washington rules pamphlet for river-specific regulations.
<font size="2" face="verdana,arial,helvetica">UGThe Green, Snohomish, Stillaguamish, Samish and Skagit rivers have been good chum producers in past seasons, and preseason forecasts call for another excellent Puget Sound chum return. Chum are great fighters and will hit spoons - and bright "chum candy"-colored flies - with all the subtlety of a freight train. Daily bag limits vary on the rivers, so be sure to check the 2003/04 Fishing in Washington sport fishing rules pamphlet before hitting the water.
[ 10-30-2003, 04:06 PM: Message edited by: Uglygreen ]