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Left the dock about 7:30 and ran out to about 180 fow and set up. Got a laker and steely in just over 200 fow on a pinkand black spoon.Went out to over 400 fow where the temp went down to 50 deg. Went back to the way point where we got the first fish and picked up a couple of lakers on the way. Hit the way point and went back out to over 500 fow. The only thing consistant the that we cuaght almost all the fish on a pink and black spoon. So 5 lakers,2 steelies and3 kings. Picked up a small dragger that might have been a coho, very green on its back.

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we did 4 browns 6-9 lbs browns, a 15 lb king and a 13 lb laker  off Maxwell. 40 to 50 foot of water, 15-30 foot down, all rigger bite on green spoons.

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We had some good days off maxwell  too . How was the water color and temp? That atlantic we caught this spring had a much pointier head. I guess we should have taken a pic. And any help in posting pics.

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temps on surface were 56-57 and down 20' 48-49.

color was good but tons of floating debris.

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