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Try to work 30 - 60 fow.  There should be lots of steelhead, maybe lakers at the bottom, and perhaps the kings will show up if the water warms a little more.

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"Try to work 30 - 60 fow.  There should be lots of steelhead, maybe lakers at the bottom, and perhaps the kings will show up if the water warms a little more."

 

Soory I'm new to fishing for salmon so your saying 60fow is total depth of water?

 

So if I set my downriggers to say 40ft and 50 ft and fish in about 65 ft of water around Bronte harbour pulling a Couple of NBKs I should hopefully catch a fish and get my wife off my back at the same time?

 

That's if I can get my Islander 221V in the water by thursday after the 300 bucks of repairs I had to put into it for leaning something the "hard way"

 

Man I beter catch something soon it's getting to be a very expensive fishy!!!

 

 

 

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