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I realize that the red springs are tough to catch, but if anyone deserves one its me!! Ive been out on the river for 25+ hours looking for these sneaky bastards. Usually short floating roe or spinners. Im guessing at this point in the run they are higher up in the riverpast Tamahi... Does anyone know of any locations where they have been caught recently?

Also with the water clarity would it make sense to use a smaller presentation with fluorocarbon?

Im going out again tom morning up stream of alison pool... any tips or advice is MUCH appreciated!

The run is almost done, majority of fish are nasty boots. You might have to wait for the whites before you get one, atleast worth keeping. Most of the people Ive talked to havent caught any

i caught my first ever red spring last wednesday on the lower vedder below the train bridge. we were fishing a hole with cured sockeye roe from last year, my friend landed a 18lb buck and 15 minutes later i landed this 15lb doe.

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