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Topic: My first surf striper!  (Read 494 times)

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  • Salmon
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Congratulations. Sounds like a  good day. 

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  • Salmon
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Ok - let's try the question this way... how close (N/S) of the actual inlet of Salmon Creek?


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Yeah, you must not know that beach very well  :smt044. The creek does not flow when there is no rain. There is a lagoon formed with a long sand bar dividing the lagoon from the beach. The mouth (inlet) of the creek varies from year to year. This year there was lots of water so the creek blew out straight. Yearswithf low water means the creek flows north a bit before blowing out if it blows out at all. Asa kid there used to be salmon and steelhead there, but that is a long time ago....

-John (Threemoneyj is an anagram)


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Thank you! The location tag is perfect. If you map it, you have N/S options, the N one is quite far north of the creek bed. I was not expecting it to be flowing - just best reference on map. I've never been to that beach though

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