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    Member AlaskaIsCold's Avatar
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    Default Campbell Creek Silvers.

    So I was walking along the northern part of the river (from lake otis north to the F&G sign) and I was noticing that there was actually a few more silvers in the stream that i thought. apparently they run till October but have you guys seen any decent schools and catches on the upper areas of the river? I don't know if there is a late run of silvers on this river or when the late run occurs, Maybe one of you guys have a few tips for me ?

    ---Chris
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    Default This is what's been the case for me.

    The silvers I find above lake otis are pretty skittish and getting red. I had a small hen take a little black mepps about a week ago though. I can usually find a few schools of fish in the deeper bends and I'm still going out hoping to find some dollies trailing them.

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    There was a group of red ones up there last week, but they wouldn't tolerate being fished for. Scattered at the sight of a fly, and disappeared two days later.

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