Saw a few caught from mp7 down to Sollie's... a coupla bright ones got the :smash: and a coupla dark ones got it twice. :smash: :smash: Nada for us, besides the one Riverkeeper is posing with. Most frustrating day I have had in a looong time. I would say it was a parade of boats the whole way down the river... except the term 'parade' might lead one to believe people were actually moving. :hoboy: Anyone care to share a report on the fishing below Sollie's? :lurk:
A well known guide I know did very well below sollie 's yesterday some where in the neighbor hood of 20 + rods down ..... if there is not too much rain tomorrow could be great above sollie's .. the fish are moving.... but its combat fishing as was stated in some of the above posts hope that helps
Good conditions yesterday!, great day for fishing got a couple of bumps that's it. Kinda hard to find a spot to fish yesterday from the guide shop down 3-4 boat in every hole. Needless to say Big nada for us. But... we did see a very nice fish landed at sollie's take out, Riverkeeper was there, heard it was good lower w/ lots of hoookups, just really crowded.
FIshing was great on Tuesday. I know some guides that actually ran two trips that day. We boated 5, lost three and had at least 7 or so takers that just did not stay with the bait. Spoke with three gentleman at Alice's Resturant after we had finished. They were bankies and had their limits by 11am All nice fish. Bobbers for them.
Same guide friend did very well yesterday again. Fish were biting lite but they were definitly there.
The reports are on the board, ya just have to read between the lines sometimes. :idea:
Have fished Tillamook rivers for 40 years. Have lived in Tillamook 30 years. I have never seen so many boats and fishermen on the Wilson as I did Wed. Great to see a good fishery. I stayed home and worked in my yard.
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