cambellriver

Discussion in 'Saltwater Fishing Forum' started by nick, Feb 26, 2003.

  1. nick

    nick Guest

    how is salmon fishing in cambell river in march for feeders,and where would you recomend trying?
     
  2. Rumrunner

    Rumrunner Guest

    Hi Nick,

    The winter feeders have been consistant. Ranging from 6lbs to 12 lbs on average, with a few in the high teens and low twenties. Flasher and hootchie combo and spoons have been working. Lighthouse, Shelter and Willow have been the most productive. Prawning is the bonus. Don't forget the new regs on prawns is a maximum of 200 pieces each.

    Tight lines,

    Rumrunner (www.westernanglers.ca)
     
  3. Rumrunner

    Rumrunner Guest

    Hi Nick,

    The winter feeders have been consistant. Ranging from 6lbs to 12 lbs on average, with a few in the high teens and low twenties. Flasher and hootchie combo and spoons have been working. Lighthouse, Shelter and Willow have been the most productive. Prawning is the bonus. Don't forget the new regs on prawns is a maximum of 200 pieces each.

    Tight lines,

    Rumrunner (www.westernanglers.ca)
     
  4. Rumrunner

    Rumrunner Guest

    Hi Nick,

    The winter feeders have been consistant. Ranging from 6lbs to 12 lbs on average, with a few in the high teens and low twenties. Flasher and hootchie combo and spoons have been working. Lighthouse, Shelter and Willow have been the most productive. Prawning is the bonus. Don't forget the new regs on prawns is a maximum of 200 pieces each.

    Tight lines,

    Rumrunner (www.westernanglers.ca)
     
  5. nick

    nick Guest

    thanks for info rumnunner
     
  6. nick

    nick Guest

    thanks for info rumnunner
     
  7. nick

    nick Guest

    thanks for info rumnunner
     
  8. fisherguy

    fisherguy Guest

    this wouldn't be Mark Watson, would it?
     
  9. fisherguy

    fisherguy Guest

    this wouldn't be Mark Watson, would it?
     
  10. fisherguy

    fisherguy Guest

    this wouldn't be Mark Watson, would it?
     

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