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Thread: Late September Centenial Park help?

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    Default Late September Centenial Park help?

    My son is coming for a visit the last full week of September

    We have a lot of stuff planned but we hope to do a little bit of just sitting on the bank soaking some eggs type fishing

    I've heard Centenial Park in Soldotna is a decent place for that but in all these years I've never been there.

    Do you target a certain amount of time after high tide there?
    Or is it so far upstream that it doesn't matter?

    I'm guessing there's too much current for a bobber there. Do you just put on enough weight to let them sit on the bottom?

    Any advice would be appreciated I just want to try to have the right terminal tackle when (if) we get there.

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    Default Centennial

    Not effected by tide... but be there before sunrise. Use enough weight (pyramid is best) to sit on bottom and soak eggs. Many will put a bell on the rod and sit in the truck to stay warm. Expect a strong possibility of freezing in the mornings. Silvers ought to be really really good at the end of September.

    By the way, later in the morning, try casting a #4 or 5 vibrex.

    Good luck

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    Default would 2 or 3 OZ be enough?

    for a pyramid weight?

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    Default Take both

    I don't know. Throw one out and if it doesn't hold, put on the heavier. My guess is that you will need the 3 oz unless you are fishing in the lagoon.

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    Default Guess I'll look for some 4's too then!!!

    Thanks for the info!!

    Sometimes it's nice to just sit and watch your rod......

    Might bring the Cat Heater and a blanket though !!!

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