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Snohomish River (Snohomish County) Fishing Report
Name: Dave Date: August 31, 2011 Rating:
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Second day in a row of fantastic fishing on the Snohomish River. My brother in-law Dan and I arrived at Langus Park at 8:00 am and were fishing up river from the power lines by 8:25 am. First cast for me, first fish on and landed, 8+ pound buck. From there we casted pink squid jigs and limited in about an hour and a half during which time we also hooked, played, and lost at least 10 additional fish. It was amazing to hook a fish nearly every other cast and Dan had a great second day of salmon fishing. Phenomenal fishing!!! Back out there again tomorrow morning. Pictured: Me holding my 4 and me with our 8.

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#1 Lundegard says:
August 31, 2011 07:57 PM
Just curious, do you think you could put a scale on one of those tomorrow, and find out if they're really 8 pounds?
#2 The Quadfather says:
August 31, 2011 08:21 PM
Probably one of the most honest and knowledgeable people who post on here. Just my .02
#3 Dave says:
August 31, 2011 09:50 PM
Actually I've put a scale on the biggest of our fish the last two trips and we did had fish each trip over 8 pounds, (before cleaning). I've also been catching salmon, lots of salmon, for many many years now and know about how much a fish weighs by simply looking at it without having to use a scale. My reports are accurate and as honest as the day is long! Unlike some, I never exaggerate when writing a report nor do I misinform the reader with the details of my report! Thanks Chris (Quad) for your comment. You have the advantage because you know me personally. Hope all is well with you my friend.
#4 danm says:
August 31, 2011 10:14 PM
Nice report Dave. Ill be fishing snohomish friday morning from the bank first time this year. Reports look great!
#5 kedarmoh says:
August 31, 2011 10:21 PM
hi Danm,
I am going to be there at the Langus park on Friday morning as well. I hope to see you there, I am originally from India.
BTW, one questoin, is it okay to have a bait with 2 single hooks one below the other? What are the regs for the snohomish river in terms of hooks? I guess treble hooks are not allowed on any river, and all single hooks need to be barbless. Am i right?
#6 Jimbo says:
August 31, 2011 10:23 PM
Whooowaa to U sir, I'll be up there 2 Morrow.
#7 jerome iverson says:
September 01, 2011 12:04 AM
u do not need barbless hooks in the snohomish river
#8 A9 says:
September 01, 2011 10:32 AM
Lundegard,
If you actually went out and caught some fish instead of trolling the internet you would find out that the salmon this year (not just pinks) are running rather large. I have seen firsthand and caught some pinks that are well above average size this year, with a few getting close to the 8-9-10 lbs mark.... If your really upset about someones report and think that its falsified, your getting your panties tied up over something completely out of your control.... It's the internet, relax buddy, get out and catch some fish...
#9 Dave says:
September 01, 2011 07:37 PM
Well said Jeff !!! Especially coming from someone as skilled as yourself when it comes to catching salmon. Hope you guys all caught fish today 09-01-11! I posted a report for today’s trip (09-01-11) and also posted a pic of an 8.2 pound pink on the digital scale for any the doubting Thomas’s of the internet. :)
#10 buzzbait says:
September 01, 2011 11:18 PM
Lundegard,you Suck!quit bitchin,start fishin...
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