Point No Point Report

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  1. miyawaki

    miyawaki Active Member

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    I got on the water at 6am this morning. By 7am, I had landed one coho, lost three and had four follows. All on my pink coho popper. The fish were 5-6 pounds. It looked like everyone had one or two fish. I saw one 10-15 pound king landed and the checker told me one other was landed earlier. As usual, everyone was crowded into the north part of the point and there were a lot of boats very close in. I was the only fly fisher and found a lot of fly water that the gear guys can't fish effectively.

    Leland.
     
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    I showed up at 10:15, and at 10:30 hooked a nice fat (guestimating) 26" coho. Figuring I was fat into the fish and still wanting to fish for the day I released it. Of course, got nothing else all day.:beathead:
     
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    Hi Leland,

    Is your Coho popper the same as your Miwaki popper but with Pink polar bear fur?

    Thanks,

    Thomas
     
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    Robast: how are the weekday crowds compared to the weekend ones?
     
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    Thomas,

    I use the larger head, Rainy Pee Wee Pop, a #6 Mustad 3407 or 34007, and a #4 Gamakatsu Octopus. I substitute salmon or pink hackle for the grizzly and delete the olive streamer hair or icelandic sheep but retain the peacock herl.

    Good luck,
    Leland.
     
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    From mid morning until about 1p I would say it averaged 6 people fishing spread along both sides of the point. One other fly-fisherman. Occasional beach combers/dogs/etc but nobody got too close to the back-cast.
     
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    Hey Leland, one hand or two hands?

    I've been shooting underhand casts with my Snowbee 44' head. It's fun. Draws some curious looks, though.

    Tom
     
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    I've been fishing a single-hander. Two handed rods with Outbound lines put my fly out beyond my ability to see it. Hell, I might as well have used a clouser! Besides, I would have missed the coho that were chasing candlefish at my feet the other day.

    Leland.
     
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    Were the buzz bombers catching anything?
     
  10. stewart dee

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    Sweet sound like the Silvers are in route.
     
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    Um, someone used the search function, this is from 3 years ago, dont get your hopes up.
     
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    Don't rain on someone's parade. Maybe Leland's info from three years and 1 1/2 months ago will hold true tomorrow...the crowds will be building.
     
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    orangeradish Bobo approved

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    come on, I want to believe I caught a 26" coho this year :(
     
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    Ahh, the good ol' days

    Leland.
     
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    Funny stuff rob til I saw the date of your post.
     
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    Now that's just plain low down! It's not April 1st. You had me going. I was kicking myself hard for leaving early today. Wind was horrible. Saw a couple of other members show up as I was leaving. I brought a silver shaker to hand and saw gear guy Tom shaking a sculpin off of his line. That was it.
     
  19. DimeBrite

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    I remember fishing PNP a couple of days after this report came out, and it was awesome. Silvers were flopping all over the beach. Too bad it's not that way every year.
     
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    fooled me I tied up three pink poppers
    (watched Leland tie them at demo few weeks ago)
    before I relized this post was three years old
    think I will hit the south fork for trout tomorrow......
     

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