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Left the dock around 530ish with Jakeybaby, Carpedium and Gokudl3.  Started the morning in 80 fow with a great screen.  Worked East catching lakers until the 75' rigger fired with a 12lb king.  Made a turn back West and the 210 wire with a Live wire spinny and a green crinkle Atommik started ripping.  After a nice battle, we boated a 26 and change king.  Worked back to the creek taking some more lakers and a small steelhead.  Not a bad morning for June.  The cottonwood was horrendous along with mats of green algea.  Coppers took nothing, riggers only took a couple.  Wires saved the day big time. 

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Very nice Brian and crew!

Shawn

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Way to go Brian.  We did a 26 on Thursday eve.  Maybe that's a sign that big fish will be around to play this summer! 

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Way to go Brian.  We did a 26 on Thursday eve.  Maybe that's a sign that big fish will be around to play this summer! 

I hope you are right Lou.  See you out there. 

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Great job Brian!

 

Awesome fish,

 

Chris

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Spectacular king for June!  Gotta love when a big king hits a shallow dipsey :)

 

Nick

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nice going kings around Saturday.  We went out after you a little after 6 AM.  We got quite a few Kings in deeper water, nothing over 18.   Lets hope it just keeps getting better.   :yes:

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