Reply To: Salmon fishing upstream

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Miliwolf
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When its rough, even quite large boats struggle to get out onto the coast. We owned a high quality pontoon boat and about half the time we went fishing it was to rough to stay out on the headlands.

People claim that Barracouta have worms, it might be true but I suspect they would do humans no harm. Especially after being cooked. I have tried eating a small barracouta before and can not remember the taste. They are a great fighting fish and fun on a light gear.

The wakamarina does not hold enough fish to bother with ‘blind fishing’. It would be a option on a few of the larger rivers with high fish populations. The lower Pelorus would be a option in high flows.