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For me, it was a great morning of fishing.   Launched at 5:30, back in at 10:30.  We went 4 for 7, (with at least 4 more "swing and a miss") with 5 Steelhead (2 boated) and 2 Kings.  

One was a decent skippy, the other was not much bigger than the spoon).


Best action was in 200-240 fow, 20' down on orange/red spoons.   Had one hit out 400 fow, but 5 of the 7 were in that 200 fow area.


Temps ranged from almost 55 down to 51, with the warmer water being in the 200 area.   Down temps at 20' ranged from 48 to 41, again the warmer temps in the 200 fow area.


All rods had takers, 2 on dipsy's out 70 on #3, the other 5 on riggers at 15-20'.    The bigger King actually hit about 15 feet behind the boat, at 5 feet down as I was getting a stacker

ready.    Suicidal for sure.


Speed on the sub troll ranged from 2.25-2.5 on all hits.



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Great job out there guys! We tried for kings early caught 1 around 6 lbs. We had a rookie on the boat that just wanted to catch some fish so we worked the 100ft water and steady picked lakers all day. Lost count but had multiple doubles. It was mostly a flasher fly bite but took some on meat also.

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