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    Cool Goose Creek

    Fished Goose Creek from the parks down to the mouth last night - water was high and brown... Lots of salmon hanging around, but no sign of a single trout or even grayling... I got skunked.

    If you're heading that way looking for bows, you might want to try a different piece of water until this one clears up.


    On the bright side, it was blue skies and gorgeous up there.

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    well that is a good thing to hear maybe the water will clean up a little

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    I've heard this place being called "Gem of the Valley." I beg to differ, I was skunked the one and only time I've fished there, I'm not sure if I'll fish that one again....

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    I've caught fish each and every time I've fished Goose Cr this year. Probably 2 dozen times so far, starting in May.

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    i have to admit every time I drive by this place it peaks my quriousity...............books and what not say this fishing is better on other parks streams, but people who fish there mostly say it is decent...maybe one of these days I will have to check it out.

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    Its a fun venture and you can walk down quite a ways. I've caught fish there as well on many different occasions, just small fish, but grayling are fun no matter what size! There are a few good holes but they are down there far. From what I can remember its pretty narrow and easy walking but the water depth is quite shallow. With the water being so high lately it might be better though.

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    Went down last night. 50 pinks a few chums and a silver! saw some HAWG bows
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lake creek fishermen View Post
    saw some HAWG bows
    yeah now you will see plenty of other people too....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slayintrout View Post
    yeah now you will see plenty of other people too....
    HAWG in the derogatory/sarcastic sense obviously...

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    Duh theres no bows there. Nothin but old skanky pinks. Nasty
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lake creek fishermen View Post
    Duh theres no bows there. Nothin but old skanky pinks. Nasty
    There that's better
    I am just messin with you anyway. If you didn't say it I am sure someone else on this board would have....
    That's cool you got into some fish!!

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    Got my moms friends kid his first fish ever. He was so happy I caught a 2' rainbow on a ESL pretty good time. My first time out there was great
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    To verify.....2' (24inches) or did you mean 2".....hence the smiley face....?

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    24 haha. He was eating the pinks. alive. Lots of those buggers around
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    Goose Report:

    A whole bunch of these:


    Just a bunch of these:


    And one of these:

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    Plus a little of this:







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