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Tips and Tricks For Using Spoons

By Wayne Moss, Mar 21st, 2011

Spoons can be fished in many different ways and are a great way to catch fish. There are times when all a person needs to do is tie a spoon on the line, throw it in the water and wait for the inevitable bite. This of coarse is the case when the fi ...
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Seen the Light?

By David Y. Wei with Suzanne Clouthier, Mar 21st, 2011

It was our last morning. The skies had clouded over, and a light rain was falling. It felt warmer than the past three days, which had been bright and sunny, but alternately racked with gale- ...
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Langara Island - Rest Stop on the Salmon Super Highway

By Dave Vedder, Mar 21st, 2011

Daybreak and high tide arrived simultaneously at Langara Island's No Name Point. Tiny, almost indiscernible, glass-smooth swells distorted underwater images as if seen thro ...
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Anything Goes at Salmon Seeker

By David Y. Wei with Suzanne L. Clouthier, Mar 21st, 2011

The tip of the tightly-arched Shimano mooching rod dragged deep into the water. Violent shakes then pounded the port downrigger. Our guide, Mat Regier, grabbed the bu ...
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Tomic Lures

By David Y. Wei, Mar 21st, 2011

Over thirty years ago, when he was guiding in Sannich Inlet and working as a commercial salmon fisherman, Tom Moss invented the "Tomic" plug. Tomic plugs became an im ...
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Langara Island - Land of Legends

By Dave Vedder, Mar 21st, 2011

Langara, the northernmost of the 150 plus islands comprising the Queen Charlotte Islands, is the first land mass encountered by migratory chinook, coho, and chum salmon as ...
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How to Fish a Radiant Hootchie

By Jack James, Mar 21st, 2011

Next to bait, the Hootchie is one of the most popular lures on the market today. It is a relatively cheap, clean and easy method of attracting and landing salmon in a ...
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Hakai Pass - The Land of Opportunity

By Hugh Partridge, Mar 21st, 2011

Perhaps the greatest attraction I have to these waters is the opportunity it holds for catching some of the largest chinook salmon anywhere. When I say large, I am no ...
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Dodgers and Flashers - A Complete Guide

By Luhr Jensen, Mar 21st, 2011

Coupled with the effectiveness of trolling technique, flashers and dodgers are deadly fish attractors in both fresh and salt water. They are rigged in the line betwee ...
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Trolling Spoons for Freshwater Salmon and Trout

By Luhr Jensen, Mar 21st, 2011

Trolling with spoons is a technique practiced and enjoyed everyday by thousands of fresh water anglers across the country. It's an easy-to-learn and use method which ...
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