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6 hours dock to dock produced 10 bites landing 9. Mixed bag of Brown, Steelhead, Cohos, and Kings.
 
I worked 120-150 FOW east of the channel. Mixed presentation of spoons, FF, and Meat all took shots. Riggers 85 / 105 / 110 and dipsies out 270 / 290 / 310 / 330.
 
I fished marks and not "temperature".

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Hornet, the "hole" is not far from the west side pier. Get someone to give you the position w/ a pm. Head NW out the chute. Be a long paddle, but when you see 4 or 5 boats doing circles 1000 yards from the end of the pier, fish. Shipwreck near it closer to shore where you can get some strapbacks when they are schooled up late season. I forgot about that spot for a guy w/ paddles.

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Thanks 2lbperch for the info, that's definitely within paddles reach!  I went out to the "Trench" on Sunday into 130' with no hookups but did find some fish.  I may have to try FH after all since that sounds like a shorter paddle.

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I can't find my Western Zone lake contour map, must be burried in my garage.  Any chance someone has a link for the Fair Haven area?

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Looking at Navionics webapp - I think this is what you're looking for. Think I maybe checking it out in the future also. 

 

 

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I love hole fishing lol. Well the 5mph speed limit has been lifted. The winds blew pretty heavy out of the west so today is search and destroy. Weather should be fine for this weekend and the FH Challenge (or the "Werner cup" as I call it lol)

 

 

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Hey guys, any recommendations for lure colors when fishing the skinnier water (50' or less)?  Going to fish for a few hours sunday and not sure if I should stick with the same colors and flasher/ fly rigs for deeper fishing.  PM me if you want, thanks!

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I hear the temp is messed up. any body have any updates I was going to make the trip tomorrow


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On 8/22/2017 at 9:17 PM, bout time said:

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Mike

Is this still true launches are open, was going to head there Sunday morning if so?

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I hear the temp is messed up. any body have any updates I was going to make the trip tomorrow

 

 

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If you want to fish the temp head DEEP but you don't need to. Fish are stacked in 120-200. The temp is 70* down 120 but the fish are biting IMG_7437.thumb.JPG.0fbefcd21ab1a89d4da78dedcb7db238.JPGIMG_7439.thumb.JPG.3723df6f315ad274f5eafc9764542ef1.JPG

 

 

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Is this still true launches are open, was going to head there Sunday morning if so?


Yes it's open


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Mike

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Well it was a fun piratefest weekend for sure. The west winds came up during the week mixing up the fishing for this weekend. Overall it was pretty decent, most working 150-250 down over 100. Water level has dropped so were back to just where we should be for now. Biggest fish I saw was a good 28 lb, Avg daily catch per boat 2-4 since Saturday.

 

Winds kicked up today, its breezy now. Rest of the week looks just fine...

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Fish are spread from 70-300+. All flasher fly bite for me today. Went 3 for 4 in 3.5 hours. 70 rigger took 2 fish. Dipsey out 195 and 230 took fish. I didnt mark much bait and never did find a big concentration of fish. Cold water has pushed in. 50* water down 55' all the way from 65 on out. Biggest king hit the deck at 27lbs.

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Wow, beautiful king! Good luck and thanks for the report.


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Word is the 5 mph speed limit is back for the bay. One of the charter captains in the marina was pulled over by the coast guard yesterday. They informed him that the speed limit is still in effect. Just a heads up for those heading out.

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Fished from 9:30 until 3:00 today.  Found some fish at noon in 145 FOW, but could not get them to go.  One small brown and broke off a leaping steelhead due to a tangle.

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Is anyone able to provide an update on conditions in Fair Haven. Are the fish in? Thanks


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Fishing has been very productive in tight if you stick with it. Spent this morning in 70-120. Riggers at 52 and 65 and dipsies out 145 / 168 / 185. All flasher fly bite. Went 5 for 6 in 4 hours with 2 Kings, a coho, and 2 browns. IMG_7582.JPGIMG_7569.JPGIMG_7562.JPGIMG_7552.JPG


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