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    Default Cordova silvers?

    Anything happening at 7-mile or on the Eyak?
    Sounds like fish are running late...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimJimmers View Post
    Anything happening at 7-mile or on the Eyak?
    Sounds like fish are running late...
    Judging by how things are going in the rest of PWS, the fish aren't late, they just aren't coming.

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    Couple years back the silvers didn't show up in Whitter until mid October.. Hope they are still coming

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    The whole Cordova area is blown out. Rain rain and more rain. Folks I know there have called to tell me it's pretty bad. Making plans now to cancel my trip August 25 to sept 2. Weather report next ten days rain. That's what I know. Hi jr2. Long time no hear. Turbo terry

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    Nice boat too

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    http://www.thecordovatimes.com/artic...s-looking-weak
    Some fish have shown up in the Tsiu.
    Good numbers of Silvers the last couple of days in Yakutat..
    Cordova will not be far behind...

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-FRAME View Post
    The whole Cordova area is blown out. Rain rain and more rain. Folks I know there have called to tell me it's pretty bad. Making plans now to cancel my trip August 25 to sept 2. Weather report next ten days rain. That's what I know. Hi jr2. Long time no hear. Turbo terry
    Cordova gets a lot of rain EVERY YEAR...its very common for a 'blown out' stream to be fishable 24-48hrs later. I wouldn't stress too much. Perhaps a little (or a lot) of rain will help bring these fish in.

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    Update: The guys over at Orca said despite the heavy rain, the side sloughs (off Ibeck) are producing some fish...very BIG fish!
    This sounds promising!

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    Update: Fished Cordova for the last 5 days and absolutely slayed the silvers! Upstream from the bridge on 7-mile was the only bit of clear water that was fishable. Despite the crowds, everyone was catching fish! After being blown-out from heavy rains, it took about 2 days for the water to drop / clear up, but when it did, there were silvers everywhere. Drifting roe was out-performing everything else. Heading back again tomorrow for round 2!!

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    Gotta love the ibeck!

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