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Name: fisherman92 Date: January 19, 2014 Rating:
 
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fished for dollies today on the skagit since steelhead are slow. got one bite on big silver rapala and landed one small one on a dick night that was quickly released. good day on upper sakgit. Trying to get tips for big dollies ive seen 4 n 5 lbers come out of there. Rapalas have been doin good. I guess boats are better to cover more water than waders
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Name: trixy408 Date: January 16, 2014 Rating:
 
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Nothing nota no fish. all the guys on boats look pist and there where no other bank anglers. the water was great moving a little fast but super clear and a great day but ya only saw one jump week day.
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Name: fishenfreak Date: December 02, 2013 Rating:
 
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Well, although November was a rough one to start the steelhead season, we are finally seeing our first decent pushes of local hatchery steelhead. I am hoping it just gets better from here on out. Ive been testing a few river systems, and they all are showing signs of life. My favorite has been drifting the upper skagit, it has produced cascade bound steelhead daily if you know where to look. Also some chum around to pull on the line still on the systems! The stilly and sky are also putting out a few early ones. It should only get better from here! Lets fish!

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Name: Norm Date: November 09, 2013 Rating:
 
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Well had some time to kill this morning and figured it would be a good time to call a couple buddies and go down to the river to have a fire, drink some cold ones and do some plunkin. Ended up to be a good morning. The first hour was slow with nothing going on until the guy next to us pulls in a nice hatchery steelhead. After that we ended up pullin in 4 nice silvers. There was about 10 guy down plunking, 6 silvers caught and one steely. Seems like the bite turned on at high tide.
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Name: Norm Date: November 06, 2013 Rating:
 
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It feels good to be back on the river. The wife said I fish too much so I have been trying to keep her happy. She has been complaining about the eggs just sitting in the fridge for the last month so I convinced her to let me go fishing to get rid of the eggs. Decided to hit the start of the outgoing tide and go down to the Patato shed to do some plunking. Started out with an orange tiger stripe spin n glow with eggs and could not keep the trout off the eggs. I switched up to a green spin n glow with pink head and stripes. The trout stopped eating all my eggs after that and a while later this nice chrome silver decides to swallow the eggs. Great fighter with multiple runs up and down the bank before I tired it out. Decided to call it a day and go slap it on the bbq.
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Name: spenny1823 Date: November 04, 2013 Rating:
 
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Pretty slow day on the lower skagit yesterday. Fished mostly in Burlington. Got the only fish of the day about 15 minutes after I got there, but it was a chromer! Nice to see some fresh, bright fish finally. Was hoping to see more fish after the rain but the river seemed completely dead, we only saw a couple of rollers in the nearly 6 hours we fished. Maybe it will be better next Monday. Good luck!
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Name: rfnbry Date: November 01, 2013 Rating:
 
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Never fished the Spud Bar so thought I would give it a try. Got down there around 0650. Set up by 0725. Line in the water by 0735. First silver puling down the line and jumping at 0745. Didn't reel in fast enough as she started rushing the shore and she spit the hook. Couple hours later I landed this nice looking chroma. Not the biggest, but put up a decent fight.
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Name: spenny1823 Date: October 30, 2013 Rating:
 
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Had the opportunity to get out on a river boat for the first time ever today with a couple friends from work. Launched at the steelhead park in rockport and fished down river from there. It was a pretty slow day, but I ended up with 2 silvers! One was pretty dark and the other in pretty good condition, one of my friends got another 2 that were the biggest coho I have seen on the Skagit this year (sorry for no pictures, but I forgot my phone!!). Ended up being a bittersweet day because I brought 2 rods and by about 1 I managed to snap one in half and the other lost a screw on the little cap on the retrieve and that made it unfishable=[ pretty expensive trip if you ask me haha but hey, that's fishing!

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Name: Norm Date: October 26, 2013 Rating:
 
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Well it looks like its slim pickings on the lower river until we get some rain. Yesterday we trolled around in Mount Vernon and got fellow WAlaker Kaveman into his first river silver. Today a buddy and I decided to head up to Burlington and pound a drift where fish like to hide in the wood. We started drifting and casting wigglers into the snags. About half way down my buddy pulls in the first and only fish of the day. On the second pass allong the snags I hooked up and the fish seemed like it was going to just give up, after wrapping itself up, but just before we could get a net under it it came alive and shot under the boat. I ran to the front of the boat trying to get my pole around but the fish then shot back to the other side behind the boat and my line met my prop, Good bye fish. Oh well thats fishing. After that we could not find anymore fish.
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Name: xDarrenx Date: October 26, 2013 Rating:
 
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Went out this morning hoping to get me some coho's, but had no luck. I was out there for 2 1/2 hours. Saw very little caught, but a ton of boats were out there. Hopefully the fishing gets better these next couple days!
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