walnut109

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  1. Trolled from 7 to 11 today out of Dean's Cove. One 19 inch landlocked and one 14 inch rainbow. A bit slow, but a nice day. Did not graph much.
  2. Skan was tough for us last Friday(4/14/17). One hit, but a good one. We graphed very few fish. Not sure where the fish were, but things will pick up. 2.4 has been a good average speed for us.
  3. Surface trolled for rainbows on Wednesday morning with little success. One small laker after switching to a dipsy diver setup. Surface temp is 49.5. The supermoon may have played a part in the poor fishing.
  4. Glad you got into some fish. That's what the forum is about.
  5. Fish should be anywhere in the lake, but since we launch at the state boat launch we typically stay between the launch and Mandana. Our most productive speeds have been over 2 and under 3. Lakers will liker it slower.
  6. Also, our most productive water has been between 125 to 165 feet deep.
  7. We have been out nearly once a week since 7/1. We have caught RT, LT and a few LLS pretty consistently, but have not seen many other's raising a net. Lots of schools of small perch right now. Smaller spoons work best and early morning is the only time we have been out. Riggers set at 65 feet has been a good start for us. After 9:00 AM has been slow, but LT can be had over 100 feet after that. Speed can be critical also. Fluorocarbon leader is a must. The fish are there. Good luck.
  8. Fished out of Fair Haven this morning 6:00 to 9:00. Graphed some fish from 90 to 120 over 150 to 220 FOW but no takers on spoons. Same for our companion boat that was fishing dodgers/flies. We did not see any boats land a fish. Hopefully they turned on later in the morning for the guys that stayed out.
  9. Fished this morning 6:00 to 9:00. Graphed fish from 90 to 120 over 150 to 220 FOW but no takers on spoons. Same for our companion boat that was fishing dodgers/flies.. We did not see any boats land a fish. Hopefully they turned on later in the morning for the guys that stayed out.
  10. Fished this morning 6:00 to 9:00. Graphed fish from 90 to 120 over 150 to 220 FOW but no takers on spoons. Same for our companion boat that was fishing dodgers/flies.. We did not see any boats land a fish. Hopefully they turned on later in the morning for the guys that stayed out.
  11. Fished this morning 6:00 to 9:00. Graphed fish from 90 to 120 over 150 to 220 FOW but no takers on spoons. Same for our companion boat that was fishing dodgers/flies.. We did not see any boats land a fish. Hopefully they turned on later in the morning for the guys that stayed out.