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Any recent reports?

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[ 09-22-2003, 01:40 PM: Message edited by: OregonRedside ]
 

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Can anyone give me an update on the current nook status of the Siletz?

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fished the siletz (from Coyote Rocks) 2 weekends ago and it was dead dead deader then dead.

except for the hundreds of boats almost completely blocking the river.

there werw a few fish caught actually, but not many.

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Nothing to write home about yet, boat:fish ratios are not impressive...no multiple limits that Ive heard. Fish upper river drift holes if you can..Strome/Morgan on an overcast day will get you into fish, although some are dark and tired already.

We need the moon, the rain, and the higher water tides to turn things around, all three are on the downside rite now. Two weeks may align these eliments well enough to make a trip worthwhile.

If you do go, try something different...mark some fish and throw eggs/shrimp/bobber, or try jigging (Ive got one fish with each method this year, and watched a few others die this way) at least you'll be active while the yawners with cowbells on thier rodtips rub stink on thier quikfish. :sleep: Or you can bring some leader material and a bucket full of hooks..tie up all your winter steelie rigs in an afternoon!

Good luck

[ 09-22-2003, 11:09 PM: Message edited by: Row Vs. Wade ]
 
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