This is my first time reporting to this website. I have followed it from the start of this year and like the layout. Therefore, I figure I should catch some fish and make a report!
Only Problem; The Nisqually River is not listed in the river section to make a report about. (So I chose the puyallup)
To the report!
So I got to the river about 530 this morning and rigged up after my hike down the jblm side of the river.After my third cast of the morning and about a 12-15 minute fight, I was marking my catch card with a 19lb hatch king(Buck) and taking a short break. about 630 I hooked into something small, probably a pink or a jack that shook itself off the hook after a minute or so. Then at 7:10 I hooked into a beautiful 16lb hatch king (Hen) 15 min later she was landed and I was on my way back to my truck before 730. A Great day fishing (for an hour) by myself! I generally choose to use between 10 and 14 lb test to those who think 15 minutes is a long time got a 15-20lb King LOL. Great to get some kings on the card! Good Luck all and Tight lines!!!
Editors Note: I replied to your request to add the Nisqually. It is there, in Thurston County.