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News — salmon

Fall Salmon Fishing Tips with Kevin Gray & Cameron Black

Posted A year ago

Fall salmon fishing series with Cameron Black and Kevin Gray. Fall salmon fishing for coho and chinook can be a tough learning curve. In this video series from Kevin Gray & Cameron Black we help you take the elevator instead of the stairs. Grab your notepads, we're talking curing eggs, fishing for chinook, fishing for coho, and so much more! Fall Salmon Fishing on small rivers is some of the most exciting fishing you can experience. The chrome bright salmon are in the rivers holding and rested a little, waiting for you to hook them and have the time of...

Easily Store Pre-Tied Leaders

Posted 2 years ago

If you'd like an easy, cheap and efficient way to store fishing leaders - watch this video where Cameron Black discusses how you can do this using basic materials.Gaining efficiency tips will help your odds in intercepting more fish. Watch videos on our channel for more efficiency tips. Using a pool noodle you can set up your leader rigging. Remember duo-locks and you've got an easy solution for quick leader changes.

Tune Plugs and Hook Up More

Posted 2 years ago

Salmon and steelhead plug fishing has been and remains popular for intercepting and hooking salmon and steelhead. Whether you're fishing a stationary position or back-trolling in a river current - a properly tuned plug is ESSENTIAL to maximizing your odds while plug fishing. If a plug is improperly tuned, it will run to one side more when sped up - or possibly go in a full rotation.You want plugs that run well at all the speeds you're going to use them in.In this video, TJ Hester explains the nuances of salmon & steelhead plug fishing, and gives a visual demonstration of the process. ...

The BEST Way to Fillet a Salmon or Steelhead

Posted 3 years ago

Preserving and preparing your catch with efficiency helps at the end of a long day. When you get home from a long day of fishing whether on the bank or boat, it's nice to have some tricks up your sleeve to get a quick but well-cut fillet. In this video, Cameron Black explains, in detail, a few shortcuts to better have control of your fillet. As always, a well sharpened and quality fillet knife helps the process.Filleting salmon & steelhead properly allows for high quality table fare. As always, bleed your legal keeper fish right away and put on ice...

Incredible coho salmon fishing!

Posted 4 years ago

When coho salmon first arrive in the river from the ocean, they are aggressive and territorial. Saltwater coho are known for following/eating fast baits and fighting acrobatically. When they decide to enter the estuary and then move into tidewater they're primed to make the journey upriver to spawn. If you can get a twitching jig falling in front of a coho, there's a good chance they will react to it!In this video we display coho salmon fishing at it's best! You'll see underwater footage of fish, some great drone shots courtesy of Cameron Black (http://www.gonecatchin.com) and all the best fishing...

Easy Egg Loop Trick

Posted 4 years ago

Keeping salmon eggs (roe) on the hook can be a little tricky. Eggs can be sloppy and tend to fall out of the egg loop if not prepared correctly. In this tutorial video, Cameron shows us how he adds an extra twist in his egg loop to keep his salmon eggs fishing longer. Take your egg loop loose end, pull it out and pinch. Then, add another twist and pull it around a different part of the egg. This will create a harness for your egg presentation to sit in. Check out the video for an example:Salmon eggs (or steelhead...

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