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On the lake around 6:30. Ran out to 100 and set up with spoons, flashers and meat. Meat on both dipseys. Once we hit 120 it was on! Both dipseys were firing at 300 and 320 out on wire. The meat rigs on the riggers took off later at 110 and 100. Did 5 kings in that 120- 150 then it slowed down so we worked out to 180 and picked up a cew more. Went 7 for 7 on kings Saturday. 23 to 15 lbers. Started Sunday in the same and took a nice king on rigger meat at 110. Then we stunk up the morning working the inside. Decided to move out with the fog chasing us and in the afternoon we picked away at the kings out there in the fog all afternoon and ended up with 5 matures and a teenager. Broke off 2 and dropped 2 so we went 6 for 10. All on meat mixed on riggers and wire dipseys at 300-320 all weekend with rigger bites all between 130 and 100. Nothing on f/f or spoons. Great weekend for us on Lumpys Lunkers.

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When running meat off the dipseys, do you run a flasher or dodger off the dipsey and then the meat rig or do you run a leader to the meat rig directly from the diseys?

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Boat Safe

Egoody

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That day we ran a flasher/ meat rig. Do it often and when its working, it works good.

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Always a flasher or spin doc in front of meat rig off dispeys. The main time that you would want to run just a meat head is off the rigger ball and if the kings are right on the bottom. For some reason they seem to like meat better that way

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fished the same days and in the same general area. we went 9-11 saturday,all kings,5 of them were 10-15 lbs and 3 were majors right around 20.riggers worked best green and chrome and green and gold fashers and flies. a couple fish did come on meat all down 85-110 in 120-150 fow.dipseys only took one rip and fish was gone. sunday same area but everything moved up a little in the water column. went 5-7 kings and one steelhead.2 of the kings were 20 and 21 lbs.,rest were teenagers.again riggers were best but dipseys did fire a couple times at 250 and 275,flashers with meat and flies.riggers were goin at 75 and 85 down.fishin was a little slower this day but still enough to keep interested. good luck out there and please post reports,makes it nice when you have somethin to aim for when headin out.be well  be safe  john

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