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FishFreak

Brandew DragonFly 9FT 3WT FlyRod Used ONCE comes with reel floatingline tube and sock
paid $160.00 for eveything will sell for $125.00 FIRM

Brandew Never used Fenwick Mooching rod 10'6 Heavy Action $100.00 FIRM

Martin 9 FT 6WT Flyrod with changable cartriges one with floating and one with sinking comes with tube $160.00 Mint condition used about 5 times OBO

Force fin look a like float tube fins paid $60.00 still like new sell for $50.00

Small trout net for float tube good condition $15.00 OBO

Older Mint humminbird portable fish finder $35.00 works awesome needs new suction cup type transducer

7 FT Shimano trout Rod spin casting with reel $40.00 OBO

XL Chest waders green color canadian tire brand no leaks $40.00 OBO

email me if interested abucci@shaw.ca

el-nino2010

are you getting out of the fishing business FF?
FishFreak

nope just all the stuff i bought then didnt use it anymore and makeing room for new stuff in the future
The real Steelyslayer

Fishfreak, are you hammering those springs with the brightest green wool you can find?
FishFreak

yes and why and how do you nkow do you go on other fish sites also
The real Steelyslayer

Thought your report on Fishing With retards was the funniest report I have seen in a long time. Do sockeye bite on the Fraser with green wool?jk Good to see you are getting them too!
FishFreak

well i caught a spring on bright green wool not a sockeye and i was just answering his post to what i was useing so i told him i dont think there is anything wrong with that... DO YOU ??
The real Steelyslayer

N/p you just andwered any questions just now or by your report on FWR. So chartreuse or candy apple?
JoHn87

if "Fishing with Rod" is in your point of view "Fishing with retards" why do you go there so much and talk about it?
Louis Vuitton

I think the kid got ya
The real Steelyslayer

To laugh,be disgusted, see how far downhill fishing has gone with the fisherman, see why there are so many beeks on the river, this site is another classic example of misguided information. Could go on and on, but will just stir the pot at another appropriate time. Will have to try green wool this weekend. Think it would work on the sockeye?:>
FishFreak

you should not try and target sockeye as they are protected or in other worlds endangered so please try not to catch them and YES the sockeye in the vedder/chilliwack system do bight if you use peach wool they really go after it so there you go please go after the springs and if you do hook a sockeye it is asked to not take the fish out of the water and release it as fast a possible unharmed, so if you would like to beack off about that go ahead casue if your gonna argue my statement then you better figure out your fishing methods i know its hard to target one type of fish when there is 2 types of salmon together but all im saying is be carefull with them
FishFreak


Notice to Chilliwack/Vedder Anglers Adipose-clipped Sockeye Alert

Beginning in 2005, adipose-clipped sockeye will be returning to Cultus Lake. These enhanced fish are part of a recovery program effort to rebuild the numbers. The adipose clip is the only mark which allows biologists to differentiate between wild and enhanced fish while giving the fish its best chance for survival.

Do not mistake these fish with coho or any of the other salmon species.
If you catch an adipose-clipped fish ensure it is not a sockeye before deciding to retain it.
Cultus Lake sockeye migrate through the Chilliwack/Vedder and into Cultus Lake from late July to early December.

All sockeye in the ChilliwackVedder must be released unharmed.

Sockeye

no spots on tail or body
almost toothless, with prominent, glassy eyes
v-shaped tail
white mouth


Coho

spots on upper body & upper half of tail
bright silver with a metallic blue dorsal surface
white gums, black tongue






Cultus Lake Sockeye are ENDANGERED
Over the next few years the expected return is extremely low.
Every fish counts!
Its every sport fishers responsibility to know their fish and the regulations.
If you capture a sockeye in the Chilliwack/Vedder,
please release the fish unharmed
JoHn87

"see why there are so many beeks on the river" well we all gotta start somewhere and we all learn from experience whether its first hand or through discussions with fellow fishermen. No big deal.. More beeks can also mean more people are getting into the sport of fishing. Not a reason to laugh or be disguisted at them , its a better reason to help these people out . Just what i think
The real Steelyslayer

Best way not to get socks in the vedd is too chuck big gobs of roe or bugz
The real Steelyslayer

Think about this one:

DFO spent so much money eduacating anglers thoughout the 90's only to retain hatchery coho. ie: coho without an adipose fin. Now endangered Cultas river sockeye numbers have been plummeting for quite some time now. So DFO decides to start clipping the sockeye fry they catch. Cultas lake sockeye start to enter the vedd mid to the latter part of aug and carry through sometimes till the end of Nov.These sockeye are one of the latter stocks of sockeye ont he whole Fraser system and are completely differant to the abundant chillwack lake stock{one of the earliest fraser stocks entering the chedd in the end of June peaking early aug} Coinciding with these endangered cultas fish is the hatchery coho. All cultas lake socks enter the vedder canal and go out through Sweltzer creek just above the crossing and to cultas lake. Now the biggest congregation of beeks/snagger/retards is in the lower river. Now you are gonna try to tell me a member of those people is gonna no the differance between a hatchery coho and a hatch sock? I think not!!!
Louis Vuitton

To re-iterate what someone already said:



Sockeye

no spots on tail or body
almost toothless, with prominent, glassy eyes
v-shaped tail
white mouth


Coho

spots on upper body & upper half of tail
bright silver with a metallic blue dorsal surface
white gums, black tongue
FishFreak

someone make me an offer on this stuff i need to get a rid of it

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