I can't believe that all the boats that were out there saturday have nothing to report. I'm sure they check out this site before they go but don't bother to post to all. seems fishy
beave the zoo is the zoo and has been like that for the 20+ years i've been fishing it,way before the internet.the fish hit the pierhead and they come a runnin.:lol:.i've seen the s pier pack full from the beach to the end of the pier in about 2 hours after a coho slam started that mornin :yikes::lol:.just by word of mouth and the phone.internet dont make it any better or worse from what i've seen,the zoo is the zoo.Beave said:I have no problem posting reports, but you're an idiot if you don't think this site, GLAngler, and TSS don't have an effect on traffic.
I've been learing the St. Joe fishery, and if you know it you can figure out pretty accurately when the steelies are going to show up during the summer. Without fail, the day after they turn on there will be 3X the traffic on the lake. We've fished a Saturday and Sunday back to back. Saturday was good and we killed them. There were less than 100 boats trying to fish the river water in front of the pierheads. By noon there were reports on this site and others that people were killing the steelhead. When we went back out on Sunday morning the line to hit the launch was backed up out onto the road. We counted over 300 boats trying to fish in front of the pierheads that 2nd day.
It's been a cold spring. I bet the Kings start to show up very, very soon.