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WOW 5 mins i got my first 30lb spring. And my partner go a 25lb sping in 10 mins. we were ready to go but since we just got there we decide to play around abit. Catch and release. The big spring i had during that day was almost 40lb and around 70cm long. unfortunately i have my quota for the day already i have to let go. Best spot don't miss it. It is "pillow pool" or something pool. i will have to ask my drive to make sure. It it located on up stream.

is it Alison pool

either arrison pool or Allison pool.


Way to go! What did you use? Do they fight hard? Very cool.

fisher 696

Allison pool is probably where you were,it may have been Willows as well.They are not far apart.If you stop in at Fred's, they have a map available that shows all the spots from the Keith Wilson to Slesse Creek. I too was on the Chedder (sic) this weekend and have never seen it so busy. I'd guesstimate 2000 or more people from top to bottom.
Fishingirl:Have you ever hooked a freight train? It's about the same as hooking a spring.A 20 or 30 lb. fish in the current is a tough fight.Be prepared to run downstream in order to gain line. They can easily run off 30,40,50 yards of line in a matter of a second or two. With the river level being what it is the fish are not holing up. They seem to be on the move pretty steadily. Look for white water & tailouts. Try fishing the backeddies behind large boulders. The fish pause in the calm? water before continuing on their trip. Cured roe works well,so does wool and/or corkies. Also remember it's not so much what you use, but where you use it.
Good luck & tight lines.

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