Discussion in 'Spey Clave' started by Mark Bové, Aug 12, 2009.
Better load up some rocks to stand on this year. BC is sounding more and more appealing...
Amazing what a little rain and colder weather will do around here.
yes, I about shit myself when I read that this AM
I was wondering if it was actually true. I have never seen anything over 10,000 before that is a lot of fish.
I am thinking the same thing. Somebody counted them twice.
I once saw 5,000 sockeye swim by my tower in 10 minutes 18,000 is nothing for a day
6301 of those fish were native!
we're talking about steelhead in the columbia here, not sockeye in alaska.
Nets must be getting full!
That is between 12 and 13 fish per minute.....sweet ass!!!!! I have a bachelor party with 18,000 steelhead starting tonight!
I just saw a report by a WDFW spokesman that the one-day record lasted only one day.
28,314 steelhead were counted at Bonneville yesterday. Sweet!
If only there were this many fish in the sky! We would be walking across them!
I know, I wouldn't even consider fishing if there were only 18,000 sockeye passing a day :rofl:
18,000 , then 28,000 then 34,000, my guess is computer is not restarting at 0 each day.