Fraser - Haig Scale Bar



Angler decrowsness
Date of fishing Oct 16, 2011
Rank Rank
Earned $0.00
Votes 1
Fishing experience Excellent
How busy is the place Low
     
Bottom bouncing Fishing Method
Bottom Fishing depth
0 # of fish caught
Sockeye Salmon Species
3.4 kg (7.5 lb) Average size
4 pm - 5 pm
Best time
n/a - n/a
Best time


Fraser - Haig Scale Bar
  Legend


Camping
Boat launch
Picknicking
Parking
Trees
Evergreen
Logs
Mountains
Cliffs
Rocks
Sedge grass
Gravel
Hwy
Road
Trail


  Attractors  

Gibbs Fil Yarn Red Wool   Wool/Yarn Egg Red              
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  use a size 3/0 hook. According to natural sunlight, switch yarn to contrast. Length of yarn should be approx. 2 finger digits long.              


  Weather  

Air Temperature 12 °C (53 °F)
Water Temperature Unknown
   
Sunny Conditions
Normal Water level


Comments
Could not keep the sockeye off the line! I thought this fishery was over by now. Try the swan technique every third or fourth cast for variation. These fish are good fighters, you'll know when you have one on the line. Don't ever be afraid to experiment. keep your leader no more than one foot long to avoid foul hooking. Study rate of flow (ROF) by first throwing a feather in the water to see distance travelled over a specified elapsed time. This will give you a good gauge of weight to be used as well as retrieval speed to be utilised. Setting of hook is not necessary, but it does not hurt to give a few yanks. Keep in mind , however, that these fish are non-retainable and must be released unharmed and with care. Identify species early so as not to beach non-retainable fish. Although they are a paraphyletic group and ectothermic, keep in mind they have a closed loop circulatory system that is dramatically affected once out of water. And remember, as long as there is natural flowing water, there is fish in the system. Tight lines, Sharp hooks !!!










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