Area 10 Report - 9/7

Discussion in 'Saltwater' started by Guillaume, Sep 7, 2005.

  1. Guillaume

    Guillaume New Member

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    Fished LP this morning, very very slow. Just one small wild coho caught on the fly by a fellow angler. No jumpers, very little bait activity. In a word, slooooooow...
     
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    I was also there (7-8:30), and can vouch for the slowness. I managed one juvenile chinook.
     
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    I fished it this morning from 6 to 8. Still SLOW.
     
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    Hooked one this morning after most of the guys left- BUT the ##@$ line got knotted around the #$%* reel handle and I lost the fish. It was the only action I or anyone else on the beach (as far as I could tell) had all morning. Once again I concur, quite slow.
     
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    What is "LP"?
     
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    Lincoln Park in west Seattle, just north of the Vashon ferry.

    Herl, I feel your pain. That happened to me last summer on a big bonefish. After losing that fish I didn't see another one for a week (I was on a sailboat with a bunch of non- or at least very casual- anglers and the the good habitat was scattered). It always seems to happen with fish you really, really want to land.
     

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