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Photos courtesy Ian Stewart and Bob Kissinger NANAIMO RIVER OUTINGS
REPORTINGS Chum Coho & Chum Harry McLeod Ian Stewart & Andrew Cathers
ANDREW SNAPS A PICTURE OF HIS PRIZE AMID THE FALL SPLENDOUR (OCT 14, 2012)
ANDREW WITH 14 INCH JACK COHO.
CHROMER DOE ON FROM THE SIDE CHANNEL (OCT 28, 2012)
MARK M. BATTLES A CHUM ON THE RISING TIDE IN THE SIDE CHANNEL
NEW FLY BROUGHT ANOTHER BRIGHT CHUM ( BOB KISSINGER, NOV 9, 2012 )
ANOTHER BRIGHT CHUM CAUGHT JUST ABOVE THE BRACKISH WATER
STARTED 7:15, LIMITED BY 9:45 WITH THE BEST LOOKING CHUMS THAT I HAVE SEEN THIS YEAR.
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Ian on the Eve, 2012 Photos courtesy of Ian Stewart.
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