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    Default Bird Creek Silvers

    Went out last nights. Hit the high tide. It was a total bust. Didn't see anything caught. Got there about high tide and fished for about 2.5 hours. It was our first time fishing for silvers at Bird Creek.

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    They are in there, just got to put in the time. I usually start fishing at least 3 years before the high tide and usually have good luck.

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    **** 3 years??? Ur ahead of the game hahah

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    Haha Iphone autocorrect, meant hours.

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    I like that. Next time a tourist asks me for the secret to quick limits of AK salmon, I'll tell him to go 3 years before the high tide and watch his face.

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    "Most of the time I like to get there 3 years before high tide. To get to the good holes its a 7 month hike each way. Bring a good reel that holds at least 10 miles of braid."
    Random guy in Fly shop: "Where did this happen???? In real life or in Alaska?"

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    Planning to stop at Bird Creek on Friday. Any action going on there?

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