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Went out for a couple of hours this morning. Marked some bait in 45-50 but never got bothered. Pointed northeast and while checking lines (alot of floating weeds) my splitshot black and white rapala hooked up with a small brown. I watched a competly blank screen out to 110 so I decided to pull gear and head back shallow. As I reeled in a firetigre spoon off my 45 rigger I had a fish following it up. I paused it and the fish swung at it and missed the swam straight away. 30 second later as I am realing in the flatline at about a hundred back it got slammed by a 7lb acrobat. What speed are you guys running this time of year? Seams odd that both fish hit while I was reeling in.

 

Nice morning and no skunk.

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Nice to see some reports out of Port Bay. Been ridiculously slow whenever i've been out that way. Speed wise I try to stay between 2 and 2.8. If your targeting steelhead they always prefer faster.  

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We have been trying to stay at about 2.6 to 2.8 for the kings and I am out of point breeze some days with the current it's crazy

And that's at the ball the fish hawk is the best to

O. The boat in my opion

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