Searun Cutts

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by m00se, Feb 18, 2002.

  1. m00se Guest

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    i have never fished for src's before and want to give it a try. I live in the edmonds/lynnood area and i don't have a boat. What are some good places that i could try that are pretty close. thanks for the info.
  2. FishPirate New Member

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    Darrington, WA, USA.
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    Moose,

    Try Picnic Point or Meadowdale Park. Another good spot is Golden Gardens---a little bit South of you, but a worthy beach. I would also recommend trying any other beaches where you can get public access. Good luck.
    :THUMBSUP
  3. Randy Knapp Active Member

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    I would concur. I was at Meadowdale the other day and saw but did not hook up with several cutts. I think they must be taking euphasids or something besides the streamers I was throwing.

    Randy
  4. westie New Member

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    Bainbridge Island, WA.
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    Hey Randy,

    What are euphasids and how do you fish them and can you tye them yourself?

    Thanks

    Jeff :DUNNO
  5. callibaetis Guest

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    Westie,
    Check out the topic titled "South Sound Coho?" It is about seven or eight topics down on the forum page.
    Good Luck
    callibaetis
  6. Rob Blomquist Formerly Tight Loops

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    Euphasids are little shimp like creatures, and amphipods are little scud like creatures. You can represent both by tying white, pale green, tan and pale pink scuds on size 8-14 hooks.

    Rob
  7. WCC fishing New Member

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    Bellingham, Washington, USA.
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    Hey

    I was wondering if anyone has ever fished for Searun cutts in the Bellingham area. Any information would be helpful.

    tightlines