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Trolled around Jordan down to port Weller today. One small rainbow and one big smallie. Where did they go? Found dirty water and mud line but no takers!!

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I was out that way to marked some fish by port dalhousie. Picked up two small kings and lost a good one to a bone head move... I got him on 8 lb test and tried to stop him cause my spool was getting low and he took my new spoon for my stupidity. Lol

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Ouch. Well better to have caught and lost (even a spool of line) than never to have caught. Were you down rigging? Or flatlining with planner boards.

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One fish off 2 colour, other two off riggers down 15' spoons of the riggers and stick of the core. I did notice that down speed out by port dalhousie was a lot different then surface speed even only 15' down...

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We did well out by weller everything went boards pulling deep diving sticks, riggers, lead, 100 copper and dipseys back short all caught fish. No monsters but spunky teens...30-60fow

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Lesson learned with 8lb. line!

Unlikely I am sure I will do it again at some point. That's why I love these fish I have caught lots but they still get me fired up where I make rookie mistakes.

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