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Seems like every river around here goes through that phase. When i first joined it was all Green... now it's all Nisqually and Cow.
 

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If you think about it, its like one big migration route. The major crowds will go from one place to another depending on seasons. For example August marks the skok kings, the Humptulips salmon parade is followed soon after along with a little skok coho and chum fest, then some will peel off to Minter if not fishing fall chums else where, next in line is the Nasty, then comes the beginning of winter steelhead brats on various crowded rivers such as the Bogie, Cow, sky, skagit, Nooch, Satsop and a couple other SW washington rivers. After the winter nates come through the Cow is heating up for early summer runs and salt water salmon can get really get hot. Next thing you know the skok kings are here again and a possible Puy run of frisbee backs depending on the year.. Some may disagree but thats just my own way of thought.
 

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O. mykiss said:
If you think about it, its like one big migration route. The major crowds will go from one place to another depending on seasons. For example August marks the skok kings, the Humptulips salmon parade is followed soon after along with a little skok coho and chum fest, then some will peel off to Minter if not fishing fall chums else where, next in line is the Nasty, then comes the beginning of winter steelhead brats on various crowded rivers such as the Bogie, Cow, sky, skagit, Nooch, Satsop and a couple other SW washington rivers. After the winter nates come through the Cow is heating up for early summer runs and salt water salmon can get really get hot. Next thing you know the skok kings are here again and a possible Puy run of frisbee backs depending on the year.. Some may disagree but thats just my own way of thought.
id like to add in there springers down south. between the late winders and early summers
 

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HickvilleFF said:
O. mykiss said:
If you think about it, its like one big migration route. The major crowds will go from one place to another depending on seasons. For example August marks the skok kings, the Humptulips salmon parade is followed soon after along with a little skok coho and chum fest, then some will peel off to Minter if not fishing fall chums else where, next in line is the Nasty, then comes the beginning of winter steelhead brats on various crowded rivers such as the Bogie, Cow, sky, skagit, Nooch, Satsop and a couple other SW washington rivers. After the winter nates come through the Cow is heating up for early summer runs and salt water salmon can get really get hot. Next thing you know the skok kings are here again and a possible Puy run of frisbee backs depending on the year.. Some may disagree but thats just my own way of thought.
id like to add in there springers down south. between the late winders and early summers
Yep, anyone feel that I missed something feel free to add on if they like.
 
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