West Coast Of Canada Fishing

West Coast Of Canada Fishing

this is the type of fishing we get to do all year round

there is 2 different types of Salmon in that pic

A Chinook And a Coho

they all ranged from 15 right to 24lbs

caught in 2010 in october in a River

 

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Nice fish

Sun, 2011-01-09 06:40

nice feed there reaper,what do you get most of your fish on over there baits or lures ??

 

 

 

   jeff

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Fish

Sun, 2011-01-09 07:00

All we use is a bare hook with a bit of yarn on it and  some lead at the end of the leader  then bounce it off the bottom of the river and   there ya go

 its an amazimg art to fine tune whats not the bottom of the river and whats a bite but when you get it  theres no end of fish to be had

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West Coast Of Canada Fishing

Mon, 2011-01-10 05:56

looks like you have got it down pat ,this is proble a silly question how good do they taste,betten the 2 different fish ????

 

 

   jeff

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The  Coho is the tastiest of

Thu, 2011-01-13 03:22

The  Coho is the tastiest of them all but it also depends on what the have been eating  Coho  are  usually a bright orange meaty fish and is a highlly sought after fish to eat  Chinooks can also be a bright orange meat as well but they have a different taste and smell  is very hard to explain

its somehting you would have to experince  to understand it  but in the same respect  any fish that eats  say like krill  or shrimp  usually there meat takes on that color  and can either enhance the flavor or   make it bland

 there is also Chum  Sockeye and Pinks  Sockeye again being a most softafter fish with its deep red meat pinks and chum are  usually   caught for smoking  and can have   from pinkish  to red and orange meat   so  if you managae to catch the red and orange meat ones  they are awsome table fish

 we usually have a feed of Pink Slamon in july when the river opens  i take off  in the wee hrs of the am and catch my limit of 4 fish in  roughlly ten minutes  then either play for a couple hrs or go home and enjoy the rest of the day

 

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Thanks

Thu, 2011-01-13 06:03

thanks you for that reaper ,i new they where pink but i didnt know what they eat could change the flesh , thanks for that mate

 

 

 

   jeff

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No Problem

Tue, 2011-01-25 01:19

anything youd like to know just ask i dont mind sharing at all

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