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The north pole stream runs into the LSW right near the camp for the Charlies Rock Stretch of CR. There is reserved water called the palisades on the section just above the LSW. One of the most beautiful views in the province is just above the camp for the palisades.where is north pole stream?
water temps are actualy very warm now, only 6 degrees below the main river because of all the cutting going on....they've F***** this nice little river up completly now....and the water is exremly high as of todayThank the Big Guy for today's rain because water levels were continuing to drop. None of the rains over the past couple of weeks raised the water much. That stretch does go up and down quickly after a rain though. Even after a big down pour like today the water could peak late tomorrow and be on its way down by Saturday. Water temperature in the stream is considerably colder then the river so that a big help to the fish. Don't forget to krimp all your barbs down.
Glad to hear there is some water there. Heading up this Sat.1/2 inch rain in headwaters last night won't hurt.water temps are actualy very warm now, only 6 degrees below the main river because of all the cutting going on....they've F***** this nice little river up completly now....and the water is exremly high as of today
Just got back from charlies Rock fishing was fantastic water was a little high but the fish where biting.Yes a bear. Came in camp while we were in there. There was a handful of fish at Lockarts camp and one or 2 here and there at some of the other pools. Guess we caught 3 fish between the four of us.
Were you fishing the North Pole Palisades or the Charlies rock stretch?Just got back from charlies Rock fishing was fantastic water was a little high but the fish where biting.
There were about 50 big fish on the palisades stretch, a few at the falls. Me and my buddy had multiple double headers.. a first for me. Not a big fan of the palisades but wow! havn't seen that many fish in that camp pool in a long time. All the fish we caught where grils some trout..The fish where hard to locate but once ya found them they where a biting, whoever is heading up there this week is going to have allot of fun.... hope the good fishing continues for the next couple of weeks..
we had the charlies rock stretch.. I was just pointing out at how many fish where up at the Palisades. Weather they would take a fly is a different story...Were you fishing the North Pole Palisades or the Charlies rock stretch?
Hope you are right... I start there tomorrow... party of 4whoever is heading up there this week is going to have allot of fun.... hope the good fishing continues for the next couple of weeks..
We caught 1 grilse only... had several raises... but, nothing more! ;o) We had a great time. We never fished very hard though.Hey Paul,
Just wondering how you made out??
Any fish any pics?
Hey JimH, as in my post above I was into the Palisades early last week. The water was pretty low, but the water temp was in the low to mid 60s. I landed a grilse and a salmon at Table Rock pool. Caught the grilse right off the edge of table rock, fishing from the casting rock with the makeshift bridge, and the Salmon was caught fishing a Shady Lady from down stream up into the table rock pool. Most luck was had down at Camp Pool. We were crossing the stream on the large granite slabs that are right where the little bench is and then walking down the other side of the river to just past the boat. There is no back cast, but a Spey or Switch rod can get you out there. We pulled about 5 grilse and 2 salmon from here. We were fishing right between the line for the boat and the large rocks below, but you have to be able to get out to reach them. Flies of choice were small black flies on number 8 - 12 hooks. Undertakers, Shady Lady, Black Bear Green Butt etc. Good luck and let me know how you make out.