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Jim i think it would be a good idea to try for yourself....troll a little faster...move around...make wide sweeping turns. Go now :grin:

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Jim, the dork knows what he is talking about, put yourself on a wiggle wart and troll fast dude. Now is the time! See you out there tomorrow.... The fishhog:)
 

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fished it sun, mon, tues, couple hours wed, using above described methods. result: 1 6 lb. clipped coho, 1 jack, 2 coho low 20 inches with too many fins. real real slow, saw no other boats with anything on, except a couple of jacks. would like to see this thread continue, want to go back up early next week to troll the camas relatives around, maybe the run is just a little later this year? or are the nets getting them?
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Fishotom,

I was looking at the dates on my pix from last year and show Coho caught there Nov 3 through the last one of the year Nov 23.

I didn't think they started to show up until end of October?

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Bonnie coho counts are back up!!!

Could be time now.

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Nets go in 'til the end of the month, so what you get will not be as many as everyone would like.

[ 10-15-2003, 06:08 PM: Message edited by: fishchaser ]
 

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Thanks Brion..... I've been fishing it every year since 1999 when I retired and got my boat, going the middle two weeks in October, on advice from others. In past years we've done really well, many boat limits and a couple of really fun doubles. Thanks for the advice, I'll try early/mid November also. I'll bet Dawhunt has some words of wisdom also.
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When fishing around Lady Island (Camas), are you fishing the west or east end of the island? I've noticed boats fishing the south side of the island also. Not after the specific spot, but the general area. Thanks for any words of wisdom.
 

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Inside is the Camas Slough and you need a Washington license. All areas can be productive at times. Mrdorkfish has good advice.
 
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