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Nice work again, Bout Time. Thanks for the updates. I worked the same depths this evening with basically the same setup. Marked some fish but we didn't get a rod to move.


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Nice work again, Bout Time. Thanks for the updates. I worked the same depths this evening with basically the same setup. Marked some fish but we didn't get a rod to move.


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Short water kings can be tricky. Especially in the top of the water column. Long leads off riggers, and a slow presentation (1.8-2.0 down speed) have been the key for me. Also stay away from the pack as they get spooked very easily


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Mike

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Well we certainly are getting into a Fall pattern. Im curious how the run will be this year with all the high water we had. I took my kayak out yesterday and salmon are jumping in the bay. by the chute and by the Marina. There are still kings out there. Best bet is fish the hole for now early am , late night if you can. Should be a great weekend weather wise..

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Ok this thread needs some photos lol. Ive been seeing more salmon jumping in the bay. Fish are in the hole and middies are out deep at 250+.Some steelheads and cohos were taken but no biggie really. 

 

Pretty soon they will be in close and hopefully we can get some of the black big boys lol. We shall see were gonna try some new tactics lol.

 

However great bay fishing due to this warm weather cannot complain...

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Here we go went out last weekend Saturday and Sunday 120 -150feet of water used Spinners and flies Dipsy and downriggers it was pretty good weekend for us I did manage to get out of it nice I'm out of the caviar to we lost a couple big ones really big ones took 500 feet of line and broke off
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had a salmon smash a crankbait on the surface when i was out bass fishing the lake this past Sunday. Took me for a bit of a ride then lost it at the boat. 

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How late in the day is too late to troll out there?  Thinking about going up tomorrow after work around 6 PM for a couple hours

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Well Salmon are now coming into the deep bay. Lost of jumpers. I fished last two days no hits but that should change soon.. Water actually is at a nice level perfect for spoons....

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Was taking out docks today and salmon were rising and jumping all over. Cool to watch


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You can put it in at any of the launches. Parkings there too. or you can put it in at the west barrier bar park (across from the state park). That will put you right at the chute. Yea there in here now. Looks like the run is in full swing. Im gonna try tomorrow. This rain brings more in too!!. Im using Little cleo's, some big jigs and of course my hotntots lol..

 

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Launch at turtle cove and work the whole west shore. They are jumping everywhere along there, especially the little cove immediately after the yacht club where those two boat houses are. At the very least, you will get pike, which is more fun than nothing.

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Buddy and I spent about 3-4 hours out of turtle cove yesterday on the yaks.   Lots of jumpers all around.

 

No salmon hook-ups - caught and released quite a few large mouth bass.

 

Surface temp was 66 & air was at least 72 - made for an enjoyable time on the water - and was able to even out the suntan on my toes. :lol:59de7c50887f8_20171010_1208401.thumb.jpg.ae1f76e8ee5ade880d0eb9fea0a65c27.jpg

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I left dock last night around 4 15, went out to the same area., winds died down it was nice and calm. Im just sitting there casting my naked lady cleo in and one jumps right next to the kayak, and got me wet lol. That was the excitement for me.

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They are definitely jumping in here for sure. found some dead ones floating too. I think this wet windy weather today should bring more in. its raw up here, waves well over the breakers.

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Boy the fish are skiddish this year.  The water is really clear so you can see them. They seem to swim away from anything other than another salmon. The clear water makes it this way...Ive tried everything for the past two days, cleos, hotntots, horse hair jigs etc...nothing, they just swim away from them. There all jumping like crazy too....I think this is our 20th year of this stocking here (I may be wrong on that timeline) but maybe these guys are just getting too involved with each other and skiddish due to the clear water. Ill keep at it as long as they are there. They really jump at night constantly and slow that down in the am...

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