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Ive been using some fake white worms and fake fish eggs and have had no success with them. Im a noobie fisher and would like some suggestions for what other bates I could be using that will help.


Use real worms on wedding bands. Cast out as far as you can then reel in slowly and quickly, alternating speeds.

Wedding bands? What are those? Can you buy them/it at Canadian Tire or something?

Is this guy for REEL?????Go visit a fishing store and buy a few good books.

Yes I am for reel.

Why would I want to go out and buy 50 dollars worth of fishing books when I can just get some tips and help on here?

we all started somewhere. my email is id be glad to help you out, i have msn also. the only book worth spending money on is backroads map books.

a wedding band is a type of spinner they get their name from a jeweled ring in their center between the beads. by fake eggs do you mean gooey bobs(fake clusters) or singles? fake singles stay on the hook easier than the real thing and if you add alittle wool with salmon egg oil to the hook will be as effective as the real deal. gooey bobs are too big for the average trout. if you find you start using alot of roe(eggs) when salmon come around, try curing your own, it will last until the next year if cured and frozen.

Where are you located and what lakes are you fishing? Maby we know of something that works particularly good in those lakes or could suggest a more productive alternative.

Actually Larfarge is good for starter, you may try yellow/green power bait. South side close to high rise building is a good spot to try. Since temperature rising, try diff depth.

You may also wanna try Sasamat Lake 15 min from Coquitlam, orange/pink power bait or salted shrimp. Depth set around 10 feet.

Thanks for the tips, Ian.

Btw Crawdaddy, I live near Coquitlam Center and have only been to Lafarge Lake so far, but am planning on fishing up at Buntzen this or next weekend.

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