Scouting it out

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  1. Nathan B

    Nathan B Love em and Leave em

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    Did a litle scouting for this spring up on the North Fork of the Snoqualmie. Found my-self a couple of nice holes :) IMG_0612.JPG IMG_0583.JPG IMG_0582.JPG
     
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    Looks nice. I haven't fished that fork. Did you wet a line?
     
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    Nathan B Love em and Leave em

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    I did but had no luck.
     
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    I'm sure you'll have better luck when it's a little warmer
     
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    Beautiful pictures. I'm not really sure I've ever fished any of the forks pre-runoff, is it decently productive?
     
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    Nathan B Love em and Leave em

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    In the sping and summer its steady, all small............... but on a good day you can catch 50+
     
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    I haven't fished the forks early in the season much in recent years, after discovering lakes, but I used to enjoy evenings on the Middle Fork in April when the March Brown spinners are in the air (and on the water). That being said, the Snoqualmie forks are mostly a July through September gig.

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    Alex MacDonald Dr. of Doomology

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    Typical mountain stream; pretty, quiet, and rewarding!
     
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    Awesome scenery, definitely looks like it could be fishy...
     

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