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by David Murphy
It has been a summer that has just flown by. It seems like only a month ago that I was writing my last river report. It was April 18th. With ocean fishing behind us we are looking forward to a great fall, filled with bright Coho and Chinook that are as long as your arms.
Like every year, we will be offering trips on the Stamp as well a few small gems just out of the publics reach. As I type the first Coho and Chinook are already holding up in a few of the deeper holes. A quick peak today suggests that fishing first light is the way to go.
The Coho will come daily and the Chinook, they just show up with no announcement, mostly sneaking in during the low light hours. Fishing with bait for Chinook is permitted starting September 15th in the section of river below the bucket which is the first small set of falls above the rifle range.
We offer accommodations on the river as well as the best guides around. We supply all the equipment and for those that just don’t do mornings we have afternoon trip that go out 2:30 to dark. Once the rains hit we offer very remote jet boat trips as well. These trips require a little more water to get around in the boats.
September is great time to get the kids out as the weather is still nice and the big fish will get any youngster hooked. Call us for a report we don’t mind.
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