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Checked out the Vedder on Friday and it was fading for Pinks and coming on for Springs. The mornings are best before the sun hits the water and the crowds hit the shores.
Art hit the water before the sun came up and landed two of the five springs that pounded his line. The smile on his face tells it all.
Checked out the Squamish on Sunday and the fishermen and the fish were sparse, though a nice wild coho graced my line. It took a lot of effort to find fish as the water had just come back down from the last hard rain but the river was still really turbid so a bright big fly was necessary to entice the fish. Once it hit though the battle was on! So, if you can handle the crowds, the Vedder is coming into full swing with springs and the coho are starting to show. If you want lots of room to cast and don't mind hunting for fish, then the Squamish will suit you but look for cleaner tributaries where the clearer water increases visibility and has some slack water that coho love.....though in about three weeks it will give the Vedder a run for the money when the coho and chum are in full force.
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