Salmon Season – 2010/2011

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  • #16694
    yellowfin
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    Back for another day..“>

    #16697
    yellowfin
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    Good work, Kevo.

    #16699
    yellowfin
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    As far as a channel went it was hanging more on the south side, hopefully it will be more definate after this nice fresh comes right and then bring on the salmon fishing :)
    Will keep the forum up to date to what i see go on down the mouth :)

    #16704
    yellowfin
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    Sweet mate,will have a sniff around there myself late Jan..tightlines!!

    #16761
    yellowfin
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    Holy Jesus, wont be fishing the waimac for a while, like 2000 cumecs!!!! and the macintosh is looking pretty vunerable as the torrent comes down, whole trees are like twigs, goes to show the immense force mother nature has, lapping ova in one point where they reapired it but its due to the rubbish, but nothing to major, hopefully all is good as i saw it at low tide :?

    #16767
    baitman
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    The Rakaia peaked at 5735 cum they have just closed the bridge (water lapping over) house flooded by the over bridge. The river will still be rising at sh1 till about dark i think.

    #16770
    Miliwolf
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    Thats a big flood, the Wairau peaked at 2706 cubics. Should wash a lot of broom out to sea.

    Buller peaked at 10539 cubics

    Clarence is only 12.3 cubics :?

    So the Kaikoura mountains must have missed the rain.

    #16788
    yellowfin
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    Bye bye Didymo,the rivers needed a good clean out and that will certainly of happened,I’m guessing we will get a second bite of the cherry with the early run salmon because most of them would’ve been pushed back out to sea I’d say!!

    #16866
    baitman
    Participant

    10.5lb caught from the surf rakaia Sunday 2 Jan

    #16869
    mulletman
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    good fish, well done :grin:

    #16886
    yellowfin
    Participant

    waimak is still a wee bit dirty on receding tide but is crystal clear out past the last breaker at low tide and incoming, mite go down tomorrow morning and have a flick with the ticer in the surf as i mite pick up one in the clear water waiting( well hopefully i will) :D

    #16892
    yellowfin
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    Nice fish,how dirty was the river?. Was at the mouth today(mak)will be fishable in 2 days or so.
    Where is the rakaia mouth? closer too the south or the north side? Cheers

    #16949
    baitman
    Participant

    was on the south but I was up at coleridge yesterday it was in flood again still brown not gonna be fishing it for some time.

    #16952
    yellowfin
    Participant

    Cheers,Two salmon lost at the mak mouth tuesday,I see that the rakaia run;n at 346 cum3 and dropping.
    Give it a few more days and hope for no more rain.All so have been told of salmon being caught at the Hurunui mouth,

    #16954
    baitman
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    The main flow under the sh1 bridge is near the north bank for the first time in a long time. This will make access to it tricky but interesting.

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