Discussion in 'Saltwater' started by Steven Green, Mar 8, 2008.
Aren't they targeted with almost the same flies
Ha. Ha. Jim. You sound like an old friend of mine. Are you down in Ilwaco or Westport? I can be a dog sometime!
They are targeted with similar flies but not the same areas. If you are catching cohos you might happen across a cutt.
they arent mutually exclusive but they arent thick together either in most cases.
The same type of beaches where the summer run salmon are? Like a beach with faster water? :hmmm:
I was under the impression that the resident coho fishing is winding down about now.
The resident coho fishing is hot wherever you find them.
More time on the water, and less time online has always worked well for me :thumb:
:ray1: very wise
not bein a smart ass... but the resis move with the food. They arent like cutts in that you can pattern them to a general location based on past years, but not to a specific spot.
The resis move with the food. so they can be just about anywhere. I have found them usually on big flats or current seams.
Thanks. As soon as the weather breaks I will be back out there, I have a couple of beaches in mind.
Rule #1-- "Don't wait for the weather to break!" I rest my case... :ray1:
Have fun standing in the rain. I'd rather wait for a dry day to go for a fish I've never tried to catch before. Otherwise, I would just be sitting in the rain for a couple hours, and that doesn't sound like fun right now.
haha. I wanna see your cast in some of these winds.
No problem young lad!!