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Heading out of Bear Creek tonight, but haven't been on the water in a while.  What's the skinny on putting some silver in the boat?  I am taking my son and his buddy so I would love to get them some action.

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Yesterday the temp. Was off shore. NE breeze today may start to bring some cold water back in. Hope you have temp. Probe. Still may have to work some deeper water . Just not as far . Kings were in 350 to 450fow. Steelhead were 500fow plus. Yesterday. Hope this helps, good luck

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friend out today off genesee river, getting fish in 200' down 85-100

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Thanks for the tips!  I have been waiting for the wind to stop blowing.  It seems when I can go fishing, the lake doesn't want me there.  Tough to get both the time and the right conditions both at the same time :(

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went last night and was skunked. I would say shoot out to 450+. From 60-350 feet we probably marked only 3 fish and NO bait. Hope this helpa

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Well that's how the day ended... 2 kings about 10-12 lbs

4 rainbows ,biggest about 10lbs . After my post that I was doing well I lost the next 3

..one nice fish on the meat and was only hit on meat. All others on uv spoons down 120 on riggers

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