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Re: Salt creek

Postby Mrhighlife » Sep Thu 28, 2017 9:12 pm

Jarod2714 wrote:That blows lol. I usual wait till 1st of oct. Must be a little late this year.


I'm far from an expert. Their could be more fish waiting to come up with cool weather and rain. Someone more experienced than me could better guess that.

What I can tell you is two and three weeks ago I saw hundreds of fish rolling through. Stacked. Today I saw like 5 fish.
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Re: Salt creek

Postby JJFisher16 » Sep Thu 28, 2017 9:35 pm

Was out today and had a nice King on for a good 10 minutes. Right when I thought it gave up and I went to net it, it got another burst of energy and ran me into some logs, thus wrapped me up and broke my line.... Saw 2 more kings and 2 pods of small Cohos moving up, each pod was about 6 or 7 fish. I also counted 11 dead kings in the short stretch I hiked.
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Re: Salt creek

Postby Yooper » Sep Thu 28, 2017 10:15 pm

Hope the cooler temps help things out for you guys. Maybe I will try it someday, for now I just like listening in.

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Re: Salt creek

Postby Salmonhunter1 » Sep Fri 29, 2017 11:59 am

Has anyone heard about the east branch of the little Cal? like out there on route 49 under the bridge.
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Re: Salt creek

Postby BukowDave » Sep Fri 29, 2017 2:38 pm

Yup, was under the 49 bridge 2 weekends ago. Decided to stop by on my way home from trail. Didnt see anything im the 30 minutes i was there.
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Re: Salt creek

Postby dakota » Oct Sun 22, 2017 11:41 am

Went to Salt this morning, just to scout. Saw a few swimming looked like they were beat up. Picked up a 20 gal bag full of trash. What the hell is wrong with people? On the positive side I found 4 nice puffballs. 2 basketball size and 2 smaller.
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Re: Salt creek

Postby Mrhighlife » Oct Thu 26, 2017 11:48 pm

Took a few nice sized kings out of Salt today. Pretty colored up but still really active. Chasing down spinners I threw. Their was a bunch of really small pretty silver coho darting around and really giving fits to the larger kings. It was actually kind of funny to watch. Didn't see any Steelhead. Hoping that changes in a few weeks

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