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    anyone seen any kings in the salcha yet?

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    There arent any Kings in the Salcha, well, except in December but theyre under the ice so you dont notice them. I'd try then...

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    Quote Originally Posted by FishnMan View Post
    There arent any Kings in the Salcha, well, except in December but theyre under the ice so you dont notice them. I'd try then...
    if you don't know what your talking about, go to the sewing or knitting forum dude... they should be showing up around the 2nd or 3rd week of this month.

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    I think he was jerking his chain lol....

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    Kings are poking around no real numbers. If your looking for data to say the Kings are in sorry to say that is just not going to happen just yet. The Mouth of the Chena would be a much better bet. Dirty little white lie tells me they have picked up a couple of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weasel View Post
    if you don't know what your talking about, go to the sewing or knitting forum dude... they should be showing up around the 2nd or 3rd week of this month.

    Wow.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by weasel View Post
    if you don't know what your talking about, go to the sewing or knitting forum dude... they should be showing up around the 2nd or 3rd week of this month.
    Somebody needs a hug.... Oh, and if your waiting for them "to show up" by the 3rd week of July, you've waited too long. And yes, I got that info from the sewing and knitting forum, thx for the tip Here's a pic of one I caught with some yarn I knitted (thx again knitting forum) Hope u realize I'm just havin some fun weasel.. it's all good..
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    well i ran out to salcha today the river is a bit high. no fish have come across the counter as of yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FishnMan View Post
    Somebody needs a hug.... Oh, and if your waiting for them "to show up" by the 3rd week of July, you've waited too long. And yes, I got that info from the sewing and knitting forum, thx for the tip Here's a pic of one I caught with some yarn I knitted (thx again knitting forum) Hope u realize I'm just havin some fun weasel.. it's all good..

    that's one ugly son of *****.... Nice fish though!

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    Going to go out Thursday and try...should be starting ??
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    Is everybody fishing mainly from boats or from shore?

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    Default Boat for me...

    I have caught them from shore, using a boat is better.
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    Caught them both ways as well. I agree that the boat is better.

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    Thumbs down Ho Hum

    Just got back, and nothing happening. Water is a bit high and ya have to drive through a couple small braids now. Had no problem with the Hummer . Also water was like chocolate milk and full of debris from the strong rains weve been getting. Kings probobly sayin fthat, let's wait a bit....

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    Quote Originally Posted by FishnMan View Post
    Also water was like chocolate milk and full of debris from the strong rains weve been getting. Kings probobly sayin fthat, let's wait a bit....
    Yeah like you said, I saw the Chena was dirty looking and man there was alot of trash floating in the river.Then thats when I started asking fellas if they where getting lucky and no one caught any.... Id wait also till it clears up.

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