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    i think a fast swing would be the ticket, along with sandeel patterns like a Dee Monkey.


    I wonder if snowshoes would help with that estuary mud ?

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    I'm a long way from your water but whenever I get the chance I fish tidal water. I try to arrive while at full tide and as it goes out the lagoon created can stretch up to a mile upriver depending on which river I'm on, that slack water turns into regular river channels with good current. There are almost always fresh fish that have came in on the tip of the tide and then drop with it as it recedes. It may take you a few trips to learn the channels at low tide but once you do there may be some fish to be found. I've had very good results during the King Salmon run here doing this.

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    The lowest two pools on Kinnaber , on the North Esk are tidal and very productive, with both standard tactics and striped Sunray / collie dog. As the tide starts to enter the Viaduct Pool, often the salmon slip into the tail and take freely.

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