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    sea run time!! go get some elven patterns and fry at your local fly shop and go hit some creek mouths. fish the creek mouths high tied and incoming tides. and go for a walk down the beach from the estuary a few hundred yards and look for active fish . ( go down the beach the way the tied is ripping , the week elven and fry that get eaten , get swept out by the tied)fish the first 5 pools of the creek as well ,and any small creek flowing into the chuck has fish so good luck and lets here some reports ??? Click here to enlarge
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    those are gorgeous fish Patches, where abouts you snag those at ;p
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    nice cutts there patches, time to whip out those minnows!!

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    Here's a few i got on saturday. the fish were all really agressive, i musta landed atleast a dozen fish, no monsters but all really scrappy.
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    Ok, the fish is nice, but wow! Beautiful grip on your rod there - what's it made of? Where'd you get it?

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    he constructed it himself, quite the lad eh lol.
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    Damn! It's a work of art.

    I'm guessing here, but is it made from Doug Fir Bark, or burnt/stained cork, or Ponderosa Pine Bark? Burl?
    I gotta know!

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    thanks guys. ya it is douglas fir, pretty easy to make, just gotta dry it out for a while, or speed it up with a food dehydrator :P
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by tbar24 Click here to enlarge
    thanks guys. ya it is douglas fir, pretty easy to make, just gotta dry it out for a while, or speed it up with a food dehydrator :P
    TBar...thats not fair...nice fish,still a bit early here,surprisingly there are still large schools of herring off the beaches..
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    I was out yesterday at the little river beside the powell river ferry terminal for the low tide in the evening. Did not see any fish or fry for that matter the conditions other than the low tide where amazing, calm seas, no wind, and even some sunshine at times mixed in. Has anyone been having much luck lately around the Comox Valley, if so is the hi tide the best oppurtunity to have success chasing cutties.Click here to enlarge

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