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Non tidal remains closed, no openings for sockeye this week guys. Maybe after next meeting on the 8th...there was a lot of false information out there about an opening tomorrow (Wed)...that's what you get for listening to tackle

Can someone clear this up? Not too sure about Quiets post
Seems like DFO have it set to be open for 6th?
Seems legit to me.

FN -0744
It's open tomorrow

Hey Sorry guys! -Goin Fishn- is correct...I was reading todays area 11-29 fraser sockeye update, stupid me... I need to use my glasses more lol.
Now to find a place that's not so crowded...

"Now to find a place that's not so crowded..."
Good luck with that, every bar will be packed.
And for those of you wanted to head to peg leg, bring a boat.

Just don't be the first death at peg leg.

I'll be bar fishing Friday

Man the tackle stores must love when sockeye gets opened. Hundreds of pounds of betties, lots of snap swivels, hooks, and don't forget the amount of leader material everyone looses in one day out. Then its rush to the store to do it all over again.

moe , that's what I used to do with bar rig set ups , but after I got 65lbs braided line , I barely lose any gear , mostly just hooks

Yeah bar fishing is my prefered method as well. I just remember guys asking if they could buy betties off me, and leader at rivers edge cause they had lost all 15 or 20 of theirs already.

moe where u fish ? maybe u can give me some tips and teach me how to bar fish ?! I just got a few spin`n`glows from my buddy , wondering if u use just it or u need to make an eggloop at the end and put some roe ? or roesack :D

Alex do not use 65 lb braided line ,you will snag that and all of us get to snag your 65 pound line and loose ours.Seen this for years happening use 20 lb max 30 lb..

Well I wont tell you where I fish as I usually fish, as the bar I go to not very many people know about it yet. I will say you have to hike around 30-45 mins to get into it, which is why little people go there.
I use a regular bar setup, here is a link to a good read, explains the basics to start out.

You have to remember its fishing, not catching. you wont always catch a fish, and when you start out you are less likely to catch.

I would bring you out one day, but right now i'm showing someone else how to fish as its his first year, and he is going to teach me how to reload bullets as a tradeoff.

The more you are out there the more you will learn, this year is a good year to start with the nooks and coho that are supposed to show up.

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