Fishing forum > my experience on the chilliwack/vedder yesterday

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Chrisc54

Went to the vedder up an around tamihimi hooked a chum lost it, alot of people were catching them, mainly by snagging them accidently, everyone releasing thankfully, a couple coho caught by someone, i then went down to the camp ground side i hooked probably 6 or 7 chum brought 2 in, one was hooked in the back and the other by the mouth area, both released of course, i was short floating with wool, none biting mainly accidental snags, dead chum EVERYWHERE smells awful, alot of chum swiming around in isolated bodies of water, how do they get there? there must have been 50 dead chum all over the pleace
Big Dan

Im heading out there tomorrow morning.Going to Yarrow to start and see how it goes....Will report back
Chrisc54

at this point in time do the chum even bite? i noticed they were all snagged mainly
Big Dan


They actually do bite and allot of them where I was....
Chrisc54

where abouts were you fishing on the river? seemed like everyone was foul hooking them accidentally, and most the fish didnt look in the best shape either. most not even smoker worther
Chrisc54

your fish looks healthier than most the ones where i was fishing
Big Dan

I was at the end of Community Road past the Petro Canada north bound on the dyke t'ill the trail leading to the river.

Latter in the day I went on the other side of the river via Boundary road across the bridge then on the dyke for about 1.5 kilom
gearbox

you's aren't actually taking them home are you's?
Big Dan

Actually I did take it home.
Further more I was checked by DOF when i got at my vehicle.They had two trucks there and checking people out.
It was funny to see some people have there jaw drop!!
when DOF approached them...

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