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johnsch

4/28/13-Port Bay

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Finally got the boat launched around 12 and headed out for the first time EVER (on our boat) to find some spring browns. We got out to about 7-10 fow. Put down the right rigger with a wonderbread spoon then sent down a watermellon spoon about 100 ft back. Then we put down a rapala J9 B (blue) and a F9 Firetiger on the boards with a split shot 1 1/2 ft up on both. Tried to find some brown and green water but it was very crystal clear water even out to 30 fow. Trolled west and east of the outlet in about 7 to 15fow. We hadn't seen or even heard of anyone around that area catching anything. Water temp. was around 50 degrees. After about 3 long hours of a very stong south wind and not even a release we decided to pull up and head in for a late lunch as many boats around us did also. All in all a good day on the water but it is frustrating to see all these great reports and not even getting a release. :envy:  Anyone else have the same results today? Any tips on getting these scattered browns would be GREAT!  :)

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When the water it clear it can be very difficult. Sunday we boated 4 brown before 9 am then once the sun got high it died completely. So we slid out and caught some lakers in 40-70 fow and a coho as well until we called it a day around 11. 

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