Brat Bonker wrote:no I am still working quilcene fish tagged one today, released a few darkies and lost a half a dozen chromers, go to linger longer bridge and you will see a few thousand just chillin there like there is no rush. Do not both with the dewatto till it rains it is a trickle right and there are no fish in the bay either yet, I will hit that place later in october. I do not fish the tahuya much believe it or not, rather fish the dewatto and go pheasant hunting there too. Good luck to all that do venture though, try the skok in my opinion, more water and fish right now.
How many fish did you see out on the quil? And how far down do you fish? Just kinda wondering what its like out there right now. By the way, have i seen you out on the quil? I'm always out there with my grandapa. drifting eggs in a small slot above a log with a root ball on it.