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 fished with my partner bill. he rigs one side and I rig the other. we boated nine 6 steel 2 skippys and a Cohoe  all fish were on his side of the boat.next time Ill have to remember to take a shower cause those fish didn't like my offerings any way I made the mistake of trolling out to 450 feet of water pretty dead out there came in to see a slew of boats around braddocks 150 to 200 feet of water hooked up with steelhead marked some decent hooks but no kings. nearly all fish were a cheater bite. my advice is don't venture too far out yet because you don't have to

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If you made a lot of turns, that would indicate how fast the fish want it.... I try to pay attention to that kinda stuff. Of course there are those days when there is no rhyme or reason why fish chew.

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My side was only side firing 1 st part of the morning of course my mate had a hard head when I tried to tell him to put FF down for first part of the morning,he did start moving rods on his side later in the day

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which side of the.boat? Currents seemed strong all weekend I was wondering if thats why one side of both produced more seemed like more bites from our port side this am on a east troll starboard side dipsy wouldn't leave back side of the boat and real tuff time turning left on a east troll

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Starboard side firing on west and east troll, more to do with what I was running on that side of the boat

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Ya starboard side took good few hits bit only when current was steering the boat glad to hear

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easy solution... have Bill rig both sides of the boat!!! lol!

seriously though.. i remember a few occasions where my buddy and i ran the exact same cowbell combo. i rigged one side he the other. one side always seem to out fish the other. lots of variables .....

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It's all about currents and direction. Big time pay attention to details.

 

Agree 100% - it's the difference between 1 or 2 fish or 15 when you look at the little things.

 

Great job boys,

 

Chris

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Be sure to calibrate down riggers and know how much wire has been cut of which diver rod. I caught my dwn rigger out of cal one day and when corrected, was in the zone catching fish immediately!

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