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2007-09-11 20:23:06
by: nutbayskunk (+11)
hey-called the Lummi Nation-let me see-nets in at 4 am monday-and out at 4 pm friday--is that right??I might try a couple morning shots (high tide) this week-but if I'm right about the nets-then the weekend is the best bet right?

2007-09-11 11:42:12
by: GH (+139)
Any good fishing around the parking area for Marietta Slough/Silver Creek. I walked down to the river and there were mostly guys fishing on the opposite bank in the main channel. Are there any pinks to catch?...

2007-09-10 22:48:59
by: nutbayskunk (+11)
any idea of net schedule this week?

2007-09-10 21:56:03
by: RM (+193)
Hooked a small king on lower river,no big fish getting threw the killing fields below slater bridge.

2007-09-10 08:11:56
by: nutbayskunk (+11)
looking at past posts-High GIRLS-love to see ya on the river-I'm a confirmed singular dude-hetero-but fish don't care-say hi if ya see me on the bar!!!

2007-09-10 08:03:23
by: nutbayskunk (+11)
seen some coho-no kings-I fish above the harksell parking....tides have been really good-last night was an 8.1 following a minus low-but no fish moving yet-whats up?Are they still out in the salt?And, whats this about shrimp for bait,and humpies?

2007-09-09 22:08:33
by: RM (+193)
Fish you can keep.... hatchery kings and coho,both in the nooksack right now.

2007-09-09 10:13:21
by: tony (+2)
What fish are running the Nooksack? Pinks? coho?

2007-09-08 12:02:19
by: RM (+193)
As for that netting problem.Call 592-5140 this is a recording of times that nooksack nets are in and out,mostly in of cores.I think thay start up agine at 12:01 A.M. sunday

2007-09-08 11:29:49
by: RM (+193)
That will do it every time.Try spinners and spoons,get them as close as you can to the deep side of the bank.thats wear the fish are holding,or moving up river.I fished this morning,had one hit but nothing to the bank.GOOD LUCK!!!

2007-09-08 06:17:56
by: mandi (+2)
Oh I forgot...one reason might be the Lummi indian with his net across the WHOLE nooksack...

2007-09-08 06:14:49
by: mandi (+2)
We have fished the nooksack in ferndale 3 times now...nothing....any advice what we should use?

2007-09-03 16:44:56
by: jeremy (+8)
it's labor day and my dad me and my brother started fishing at 8am to 3pm up and down the nooksack in a boat from ferndale. I heard people are catching kings and pinks. the only fish I caught all day was a female atlantic salomon to small to keep. and yes I am sure. they come from a farming pen that broke open a couple years back. my dad caught on three years ago to. otherwise no luck yet this year anyone else?????????

2007-08-25 19:02:30
by: Steven (+16)
anyone fish race horse creek its off the mosquito lake road then take a left on northfork road until the end and if so where are there any pools i walked the creek a little ways until i seen cougar tracks then turned back to the bridge lol

2007-08-23 10:55:13
by: Michael Gallegos (+1)
last weekend, I understand the Salmon were good and hot upriver from concrete. One fisherman told me he caught twenty five (taking different Children) and one good sized King. I took my nephews there Tuesday, but they really just learning to cast. another fisherman had caught a good sized salmon just under the bridge... I will be returning to the Skagit or any recommended places on the Nooksack this Saturday with my brother in-law from Vancouver, BC... thanks MG

2007-08-17 08:47:53
by: John (+57)
Hello to all who have posted info. I am a stream/river fly fisherman (and spin fisher) who lives in New York. I visit my daughter in Deming every year near the end of Sept. to the first week in Oct. I am a strictly Catch & Release fisherman using 1 barbless hook and fish mostly for trout. In the last 3 years I have fished some areas on the South Fork and North Fork of the Nooksack and have caught some cohos and dolly vardens. Last year I also fished the access in Hovander Park. I am always looking for new areas to fish and would appreciate any info. I have never fished the Skagit and that is also a river I would like to try this year. Thank you in advance for any responses.

2007-08-16 21:32:49
by: chris (+71)
MG: What kind of fish do you plan to fish for? Have a boat? There are a lot of places to fish in Whatcom County but your level of experience and the use of a boat would better help me and others give you pointers where to go.

2007-08-16 09:02:09
by: MG (+7)
I have two nephews in from Montreakl and am hoping to take them fishing... Any ideas? thanks Michael I live in Bellingham, WA

2007-08-05 13:14:39
by: Jenny (+27)
Thanks so much for the information. I always catch and release, and I find the barbs pretty annoying too. I am vegetarian anyways.

2007-08-04 20:21:53
by: chris (+71)
Jenny: From Baker Hwy, turn on Mosquito Lake Road, go approximately five miles. Make a left on the gravel road. The road "Y's" off a couple of times but be sure to stay right the whole time. At the 4.5 mile mark you'll reach a bridge. Park anywhere and walk down the embankment and you're there. By all means, please practice C&R and pinch the barbs on your hooks. I would also suggest buying a Gazetter from Joe's. You'll be to see the vast amount of creeks and dirt roads that possibly lead to them. It's like the bible for steam fishers.

2007-07-31 13:10:57
by: Jenny (+27)
I had a friend catch a fish up past the bridge. SO I thought I would go up there. What's the logging road close to so I kind of have a better idea where it is. Thanks for the info.

2007-07-29 23:17:26
by: chris (+71)
Jenny: I've been using Muddlers mostly and quite a few other flies (Caddis, Mosquitos, parachutes). There's a creek up a logging road off the Mosquito Lake Road that has quite a few hungry smaller trout that will basically hit anything. Nothing big in there but it's kind of fun to catch the small ones. Be advised though you'll probably want to bring chest waders. Also be advised that Canyon Creek is closed to fishing, from the mouth to the Canyon Creek Rd. bridge.

2007-07-27 14:14:53
by: Jenny (+27)
Thanks for the advice. I think I am on the right track. I think I might try fishing Canyon Creek soon too. I don't think there are steelhead in now. The water has been high and murky since that rain. I think some fish are coming in because I have seen an increase in the eagles.

2007-07-26 16:52:15
by: jeff (+105)
Hey Jenny
fly fishing for steelhead is for the very patient. {which it sounds like you are lol} For steelhead in a very cloudy river go real big and bright and for trout just find out what they are eating and imatate them as best you can, Are there steelhead in now? You couuld find a lie where there is clear water coming in and master that spot. A pleasure to have you on here Jenny

2007-07-17 21:16:18
by: Jenny (+27)
By the way what kind of flies do you use?

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