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Name: fisherman4ever Date: August 16, 2014 Rating:
 
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Nothing except mosquitos and good conversation. Lots of people at the river at 6am and most were leaving by 8 with a new crowd showing up. I fished the mounts river bridge. A lot of people there, so maybe someone caught something up river from me but I saw nothing but corkies and yarn.
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Name: bandseeker Date: August 14, 2014 Rating:
 
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Well I keep hearing rumors that a chain link fence got thrown in the water down stream of Mounts bridge last weekend to try to make fishing difficult. Not sure if the rumor is true, but a lot of people have been talking about it and getting hung up right through there. It seems like you get hung up about every tenth cast. I think everyone I saw lost at least three rigs while I was there. I fished today at Mounts bridge and saw no fish and saw no one catch anything. I did see three sea lions come through and head up to the bridge and come back down. My buddy saw two just below the bridge around 6pm. I saw the 3 around 1pm. Not a lot coming through right now. Looks like next weekend or after a big rain things should heat up. I heard the indians got a grand total of two in nets at the check station the past three days. Lots of mosquitos around as well.
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Name: bandseeker Date: August 10, 2014 Rating:
 
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10 Aug Went out to the mouth near the green can. Nisqually Tribe had 3/4 mouth netted up. Seen one native checking nets with a silver alumnacraft and then took off up river after checking his catch. If they can net the delta before the river on our days, then net the river on their days then we won't see any fish in the river. I wonder how those endangered wild salmon survive those nets.

11 Aug I went down to the river this morning, to look, not fish and ran into a couple Fort Bragg MPs down there who said I needed to get my range card from range control or I will face a tresspassing ticket even if I am in the military. I went to get my pass today so I should be good now. He said they may start stationing MPs down there to keep the peace because it got a little rowdy last year. How things change in a few years?
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Name: gunsafmc Date: August 06, 2014 Rating:
 
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Slim pickings, Landed one nice chromer, about 20 + pounds, 35 inches long.
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Name: salmon addict Date: July 30, 2014 Rating:
 
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Fished this morning from 7 to 12 at mounts rd. Bridge
No hook ups just a lot of snags, saw a few roll a couple large kings jumping,
The indians were back and forth from the mouth along wth the wardens.
They're starting to trickle just a couple more weeks it should start heating up.
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Name: bandseeker Date: July 28, 2014 Rating:
 
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I caught and released one 6 inch rainbow trout and caught my second dolly varden trout in the river. This one was 7 inches long. The previous one I caught 7 years ago was a 12 inch fat one. Not sure where all the cutthroat trout are that people have been raving about in the river right now. Also not sure where the big trout are in here, but I have never seen one. Lots of people fishing for salmon right now, it seems people have the itch bad this year.The river is very low.
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Name: tombee77 Date: December 18, 2013 Rating:
 
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Hit the Nisqually River this morning. Fished for 1 1/2 hours without a bump, hit, strike, or twitch of the line. Beautiful day though sunny with a high temp of upper 40's. Taked to a few others and their luck was the same as mine. Did notice a lot of people start to show up as I was leaving. Maybe it was the wrong time. 3-4 hours after a high tide I'd thought would be money. Not so much.
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Name: iwnt2retire Date: November 29, 2013 Rating:
 
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Stopped at Mounts Road on the way home from Black Friday shopping at Cabelas. Heard reports of Chums.. Not a lot of people. Fished for 2 hours and cooked lunch. River a little high but great weather. No fish only a seal looking for the same. Talked to a friendly fisherman who said he expected chums to show up with high tides at around 2:00PM. I have fished and caught king and silvers there and there is usually some signs of fish no matter what tide there is in the morning. Are chums more picky about tides in the Nisqually?
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Name: Travesty 85 Date: September 23, 2013 Rating:
 
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finally getting around to adding some photos and catching up on some posts I've been procrastinating on. Nice day on the river. Lots of pinks rolling through. Here's one of the many fish caught for the day. About every 10-15 casts fish on!!! Caught some on plugs, jigs, bait, as well as some good ol dry flies....
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Name: Adambbur Date: September 21, 2013 Rating:
 
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Went camping with my Boy Scout patrol at river bend camp ground. The 5 of us started fishing at 6:00 and fished all day. At the start of the day around 6:45 I caught a 8lb hatch king hen. But it was a bit of luck since I managed to snag a line in the fishes mouth. Around 8:00 I tied a spoon on my friends line and decided to take a practice cast to make sure it would cast well. First "test" cast fish on 30 seconds later fish off. Second cast fish on 30 seconds later fish off. Third cast fish on 2 min later fish breaks the 30 lb line. Between 8:30 and 4:00 we went 2/4 on pinks but released one cause it was really beat up. Around 4:30 I had just finished tying a white marabou jig. First cast fish on, after three minutes of the fish sprinting up and down stream and a good look at the ~20 lb hach king she spits the hook. It was a sad way to end the day but it was nice to at least leave with one fish
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