washington narrows flyfisherman

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  1. rockfish

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    were framing a house on the water across from lions field and everyday I see flyfisherman out there, just wondering if anybodys on this forum there or catching anything, and I know where your all fishing ;)
     
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    My bro and I were out there at the buttcrack of dawn on Saturday. Didnt catch anything unless you count the 6 inch cutt I must've chance-hooked through the bottom of the mouth and nearly airmailed into the rocks behind me. Saw a few cutthroat slashing through the schools of chum fry that seem to be everywhere this day and age. Never a big fan of that area as I cant hook into anything fishy to save my life there. Silvers have been taken of the beach there as well.

    Any more info needed drop me a PM

    Jason
     
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    The place was a residence called "Docs" until it became "Narrows Park." The stretch of beach from Pt. Evans south to Pt. Fosdick has always been a prime producer of anadromous fish. Yesterday, for example, I caught a Puget Sound "grand slam" or "triple" or maybe "trifecta," if you will – a silver, a cutthroat and a blackmouth.

    Leland.
     
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    My parents live right across from lions feild and have fished those water on both sides. I never thought that Lions was that great. There is not a lot of structure in the water. There are a few places that I would look into before I hit that area.
     
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    I think you guys are talking about two diffferent "Narrows." One is in Bremerton, and one in Tacoma. Both have fish.

    Sterling
     
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    Oops sorry. My mistake.

    Leland.
     
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    at least the one you caught finally put an end to you whining about the cold... :p
     
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    You werent paying attention.....I wasn't just whining about the cold.....

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    Leland, a grand slam, let me guess on a popper, that's awsome! I've only been fishing the sound for a couple of years but I've come to learn that it is full of suprises. I'm real tempted to head down to the S. sound soon, some nice water down there.

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    well my cousin just moved to the gig h. side of the narrows by willochet. there is a park nearby that we fished for a short time while looking for new access. saw a flyguy out there, he said no action' , the water and shore currents were awesome for swinging a fly! had a take but no cake, saw some fry like 2 feet off shore buzzing and rippin the seams. had a fish jump right in front of me no more then 5 feet in front, as i was making a long cast out. fished with a popper mostly.
     
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    sorry I scared u guys away that were fishing there, seems once I posted this nobody has been there fishing, talked to some guy trolling for cutts along the shore in a dingy and he said hes been catching them. everyday have been seeing small baitfish fish popping the water in schools.
     

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