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tlombardozzi

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  1. Met up with buddy Eric this morning and we were set up in 200 fow at 5:45. We trolled from 200-470 fow without moving a rod. Eric made executive decision to pick up and run in in lieu of running back through the 'dead' water. That was the best decision as we did fish from 180-120 fow. 52 & 42 riggers with free sliders, and 3, 5 & 7 cores worked. Wonderbread, AK-47, Get'r done, and Mixed veggies spoons. 2.8 down speed best in 48 degree water. Ended at 11 going 6 for 7, 2 Atlantics (14.5# & 7#), 2 small kings, 1 laker and 1 brown. Highlight of the morning was the big Atlantic, it put on a huge aerial show for us. Still in shock after catching one last week.

    Happy 4th

    Tomy

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  2. 6/13/15

    Fished 100-300 fow, slow morning for us, ran a mix of riggers, 3&5 core, slide diver and dodger/peanut fly. KOS, wonderbread, red frog and 00 dodger with fly took hits. Finished 4 for 5, Skippy kings and steelheads, biggest 5#. We wanted to go deeper but fog moved in, worst we have ever fished in, took 1.5 hours to get back in, very sketchy.

    6/14/15

    Better bite for us, fished same water, 100-300 fow, 180-275 fow best, riggers with wonderbread and black/green spoons, slide diver with red frog and 00 dodger with peanut fly all worked. Finished 8 for 10, with 4 kings (nicest 2 were 12# and 15#) and 4 steelies (nicest 6#).

    The 12# king had both of its gills worn down, exposing its gills, I think I read about this being caused by a deficiency in the water, has anyone else seen this?

    Thanks

    Tomy

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  3. Got an opportunity to fish with Matt French on the Misdemeanor this morning. We fished water from 85 fow to 120. We ended up fishing 4 hours and went 14 for 19, 11 kings, 2 Lakers and 1 steelie. Wonderbread, Diehard, Gator and NBK were top producers. Riggers, wire dipsey, and slide divers all took shots 20'-50' down.

    I want to thank Matt again for the great opportunity to fish and learn with him and his father. I cannot express enough gratitude for the kindness that was shown. Great person.

    Thanks again Matt

    Tomy

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