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Name: Tickyman15 Date: September 20, 2014 Rating:
 
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Floated from Copper Creek to Swift Creek. Caught 1 small 5 lb hatchery silver and lost 1 other. Fish are bright and hanging around the mouth of the Cascade. Gave up our hole to three bank guys who walked down from the post office in Marblemount. Figured I could use the good Karma.
Good time to get out with the boys.
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Name: cohoslayerkevin Date: September 18, 2014 Rating:
 
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no luck at all fished all up and down the south Skagit hyw no bites and didn't even see any rollers very tough day where are all the coho . mabe next time this .
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Name: irishfisher420 Date: September 17, 2014 Rating:
 
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Fished the spudhouse launch from the bank for the last couple days with some luck,pulled a 5 pound steely and some nice cutthroat but have yet to land any of these chromers that are rolling,think the rain from last night might make conditions a little better. Does anyone know anything about the big ditch in stanwood,I live right next to it but have not fished it,I did look it over and it looked slow moving and kinda like a slough. Saw some kids trout fishing there and have heard of some duck blinds in there but have also heard of guys pulling coho and pinks out of there in years past. Any info would be appreciated. Tight lines and hopefully coho bent rods
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Name: salmoooooon. Date: September 16, 2014 Rating:
 
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Hello to all you fellow anglers looking for some good fishing. well 5 min.s after arrived at fishing spot lure on and in the water about 5 casts and whaaaam... fish on. didn't give em time to get off beached em and bonked em taged and baged looks like the fish are starting to come are way. good luck to all.
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Name: jd39 Date: September 15, 2014 Rating:
 
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Had a great day floating the Skagit for coho yesterday with Danny from River Chrome Guide Service. Water is low and clear which made for some tough conditions and bites but Danny had the right egg cure and we usually pulled a fish or two out of each hole we stopped in. Fish are beautiful, bright and fight like hell!
Couldn't ask for a better day! Thanks Danny, look forward to fishing with you again!
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Name: steelseeker Date: September 07, 2014 Rating:
 
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started fishing at about 630 on the south side by concrete where it was nice and shady throwin a bobber with jig and cured shrimp did hear a fish jump upriver from me but that was about it when i was there it was a snaggy spot so just used a bobber, was there for about 45min and wanted to go to the north side, i had my boat(trucktopper) so launched and went up not too far i only had my 45lb thrst trolling motor and worked a stretch me backtrolling and my gf throwing a bobber,no bites and didnt have my anchor so i tied up to a stick and just let my plug work were i thought i saw a fish roll.While adjusting my gf's bobber i let it hit the water behind the boat and a fish rolled pretty much where the setup was,all i saw was chrome right before ther tail, looked about 3-6lbs. other than that no action,will be back soon,for blood..
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Name: skagitfishman Date: September 02, 2014 Rating:
 
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Went to our island this morning. We're located next to Rasar State Park. Wasn't expecting any fish, just doing a recon. It was a good (or bad) sign that there was a fleet of small boats about a mile downriver from my location. To me it meant fish had gotten this far upriver. Sure enough, had a lot of jumpers and surfacing fish so I rigged up and had a line in the water by 7:00 am. Tried a bunch of different setups with some heavy hits but no serious inquiries and no hook ups. I did land a small sucker fish so at least I don't feel I got skunked, released it unharmed. The fish are there, just got to figure out what they want. I'll probably throw on the waders and try tossing a fly next time out.
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Name: hookset'n Date: September 01, 2014 Rating:
 
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Hit the Skagit with Bassplayer17 to go after some chromers. Went down river from Mt. Vernon and probably should have gone up. Didn't see one jumper, maybe one roller. Pulled Brads #74 in the holes and stayed in about 12-14' of water most of the time from early morning working our way back up river. Came to the MV launch and decided we would troll up to the bridge and call it a day...all in all it was a good shake-down run for my new sled. About 10 minutes after letting the plugs out my medium steelhead rod with 15lb Izorline goes off and I thought we snagged a log at first but line was peeling off too fast to be a snag. Once in my hands it's clear...fish on! A few minutes into the battle and it's also clear this is not a Coho but a nice King. Ran up river, down river, to both sides and took me all around the boat with Tony expertly chasing on the kicker. Noticed I was almost out of line and luckily just about that time we started making up some ground. A couple runs later she started to let up and I could feel the fish coming in - popped to the surface and safely released! High fivin' white guys!

I give this a 5 because this is by far my biggest fish ever caught. Got the hooks out and snapped a few pics. ...with quick pics taken she was immediately returned to the water, revived and swam away with vigor. No scale was used but estimates are between 38-40 pounds and somewhere around 40-46".

Tight lines!
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Name: riverhunter Date: June 29, 2014 Rating:
 
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This is a two day report for Saturday and Sunday. Went fishing two days in a row with a great group of guys. And everyone caught fish. My buddy limited out both days. helped two friends catch their first salmon, they also caught the second day. I hookep into one on Saturday but lost at after a short battle. Sunday got my limit and fought my last one for about 5 excited minutes. Spin n glos and sand shrimp. Can't wait for Baker
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Name: dxboss Date: June 29, 2014 Rating:
 
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had a good time fishing with friends this past week end. everyone limited out except me. But i did catch my very first sockeye salmon. it was really exciting. I have to thank my friends Glen, Ivan, and Neil for sharing their knowledge on how to fish for salmon. i cant wait for September to start fishing for cohos. We used spin and glos and sand shrimp and some scent.
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