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SHAWN HAYES

Pics from Lake Champlain 7/25/09

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Here are few pics from last Saturdays trip. Stared out early in Whalons Bay and caught 6 short salmon in 2 hours. Decided to switch gears and bounce bottom for lakers. Had a really good day for Lake Champlain. Took all of our fish in 80 to 100 FOW with vertical blades and NN spoons. Here are a few pictures, I hope you enjoy them.

view looking east towards Thompsons Point from Whalins Bay

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Frankie"Fishinmachine"Kurant with an average size LC laker

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Another

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And so on

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The landlocks get tough this time of year and lakers can really save a day almost always. I think our lake is changing quite a bit. The lampreys are being treated again, But we have a ways to go. Alewives have pretty much taken over and the smelt are not where they usually are. But we are adapting and seeing more bigger fish than at any time in the last 10 years. 8,9,10lb landlocks are there to be had and lakers finally getting in the mid teens. Also the last couple seasons the Browns have been really good early. Our best fishing is from Oct thru Ice up. Incredible salmon fishing this time of year. If you match the tackle to the fish they are really great sport..

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