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Fished July 21 off PortCredit. Late start (8 am) due to threatening storms that never arrived. Hit 3-4 bows and a few shakers in 60-90 fow, down 30-50. No bait and only a couple hooks on the graph. Tried deep and to the east and nothing. Missed one good rip and had a few knock offs. Not like it was!

Fished July 22 off Islands. 6 am to 11 am. Few shakers and one major about 26, missed a couple other good hits and a few knock offs. Very slow and no bait at all! Water cold all over, surface about 58-60. Tried 350 for a while and nothing marked or hit.

John

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John - You keeping score on the non-clipped shakers? Looks like about 35-40% from what I'm hearing.

Tom B.

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Hi Tom,

Yes I am and running close to 50/50, maybe 55/45 for wild vs clipped in the shaker stage and 40/60 for wild vs clipped in the 2.5 year old stage.

Last year the shakers wee 46% with adipose and 54% clipped in the shaker counts we did.

But where did the fish and bait go? They are hiding.

John

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Our normal pattern this time of year has been to go deep, however this year with all the recent rain, I wouldn't be surprised if they've moved in a bit or are moving around more each day.

Tom B.

(LongLine)

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