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Time on Water: 3 Hrs

Weather/Temp: Air 45-59

Wind Speed/Direction:5-10 MPH N/NE

Waves: 0-2 Ft

Surface Temp: 48-50

Location:Outside Mouth Of Sandy





Total Hits: 8

Total Boated:6

Species Breakdown: 5 browns, 1 Coho

Hot Lure: Blue/Silver, Black/Silver Smithwick Rogues

Trolling Speed: 1.5-2 MPH

Down Speed:

Boat Depth: 4-6 Ft

Lure Depth: 1-3 Ft




With weekend work and poor weather forecast decided to wander out at 5:00 PM. Hugged the shoreline with great water color and temp (48-50) Water was as warm in the lake as in the creek? Poked around, seemed like forever before the first release. Conditions looked great compared to Saturday's gin clear 35-40 degree water. Finally landed second release. Fine looking 8 lb male brown. The fishes color looked like he had been hanging around in the creek. Found one pod of fish ending with a double Brown/ Coho just as the sun disappeared below the horizon. Never went deeper than 7 ft. Waves were building to 2 ft as we pulled the line at 8:15 PM

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