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    Default campbell creek silvers

    any reports, observations, what to use

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    Default No report from me.

    But if your a fly guy a purple egg sucking leach i heard works good, or drifting roe or corkys. Maybe some vibrax will work too
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    any reports on the fishing near arctic?

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    fished there last night and the water was really muddy.

    Only saw one nasty silver. All red and could hardly swim upstream. Now that I think of it, he didnt. I actually saw him going backwards...

    Saw a few guys there fishing with Roe but no one saw anything or hooked anything between 6-8pm.
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    you can use roe this year?

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    I too didn't know you could use roe yet.

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    fished it today water is high and a little dirty. saw no fish.

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    I do not know the regs about roe because I never use any. They were a lot more knowledgeable about the creek than myself so I just assumed they knew what they were doing.
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    I used to fish Campbell alot (06-07). Always did good drifting roe and a coorkie. I liked it because it was a short ride from ER.

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    fished it again today and saw one nasty silver that looked like a swiming zombie.
    water is high and muddy.
    not many fish in yet either.

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    still a little early for Cambell Creek, they should start trickling in soon.

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    fished campbell for the third day in a row. i fished for 6hours and only saw one fish that I am pretty sure was a spawned out king.
    water is begining to clear up very slowly.

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    Try fishing with eggs in front of a game officer.

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    I think there is an E/O making the whole drainage no bait, including fishing for silvers...
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    No the EO doesn't restrict the use of bait on Cambell Creek. It closed the creek for sport fishing for trout until June 14th and went to catch and release only for trout after that. Nothing in there about bait or salmon

    http://www.sf.adfg.state.ak.us/EONR/...m/FA/region.R2
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    spent another long and uneventfull day saoking eggs and drinking pop.
    pretty much the same report, no action, no fun, and no fish except for a spawned out king.

    were are they this year

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    were you soaking eggs under a red and white bobber? try putting a marshmellow with the eggs. thats the trick.

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    It's open to bait.
    Your bait stinks and your boat is ugly

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    any updates?

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    anything still in there?

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