Whistler, BC area report (2/6)

Discussion in 'Trip Reports with Pics' started by Diehard, Feb 7, 2005.

  1. Floon

    Floon New Member

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    The white streamer was a good choice as the fish were feeding pretty heavily on salmon flesh recently and it was probably taken as a "flesh fly". Good job an getting an "early" steel head, though I am of a mind that the fish are well in by now because of all the rain we have been having down here recently. It's speeded up things somewhat if you know what I mean! ;)
    Nice dollies but be aware there are even bigger ones in there too. :eek:
    Great shots, lads! Thanks for the story.
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    Are you sure those fish were caught here up north? If so, they must be the last 4. :rofl:
     
  2. NorthernSteel

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    Congrats, that sounded like a great day. I was on the Squish the same day. By no means is it fishing as well as the Cheak by the sounds of it though.
     
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    Nice pics diehard. I love the cheak. Heading up tommorow. :)
    Can't wait.
     
  4. ak_powder_monkey

    ak_powder_monkey Proud to Be Alaskan

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    WHY oh WHy did I go skiing in whistler?
     
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    Great report! The last time I fished up there (3 weeks ago) I caught my first Dolly ever and it was around 5lbs, then caught a few more only a little smaller. I am moving up to Whistler at the end of april. Can't wait!
     

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