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    Re: mokelumne river fishing?

    As a boy we used to go to a PG&E cabin called Tiger Creek. I caught my first "trophy" brown there when I was 6 in 1984. We never really caught any other fish there and I haven't been there in over 25 years now. Anyone familiar with the area and is it near good fishing?

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    Re: mokelumne river fishing?

    Will do.

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    Re: mokelumne river fishing?

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    I need to float this river myself. Im going to have to have you Daniel float down one day and show it to me.

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    Re: mokelumne river fishing?

    I need to float this river myself. Im going to have to have you Daniel float down one day and show it to me.

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    Re: mokelumne river fishing?

    Nice! Glad you had fun out there. It's a small fishery, but oh so scenic. Try to get out there in the dead of winter on a foggy day.


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    mokelumne river fishing?

    River was great time... hooked three little ones a nice 16" and got to see a big one I hooked only for it to spit the hook all in all a great time on the water


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    Re: mokelumne river fishing?

    Thanks for the info guys! Ill bring my light gear, and keep my salmon gear in the car just in case I spot some large fish! Going to launch around the hatchery...

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    Re: mokelumne river fishing?

    I have done well with spinners like panther martins and drifting worms years ago below the hatchery. Never caught anything larger than 2# myself but have buddies that caught salmon out of the river as far up as Linden

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    Re: mokelumne river fishing?

    They're trout. A big one is 3#. On occasion in winter you'll see a 6# caught, those are the true steelhead that come up from the ocean. Most of them are just resident trout. Lots of squaws in there too.


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    Re: mokelumne river fishing?

    Just a follow up how big of fish are we talking? Should I bring my trout gear or salmon/steel gear?


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