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Theres a few videos on youtube of the Americans spring brown fishing which will give you some good tips. Spring is great in close to shore and trolling around the mud lines produced by the creeks and rivers in the area. Look for warm water...

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Rapala J 11 , J 13 chartreuse ; with the gobi as a forage base J 11 ,J 13 black / gold : J-Plug Kelly green black ladder back : Lyman chartreuse black back [ remove the front treble hook ].

Spoons I always start with a NK 28 silver/black/purple [ Peter's and Grimsby Tackle still have some get them before they are gone !]

Long leads ! Good luck !

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Find warm water with some stain or color to it. If there's a mudline either work the edge or cross in and out of it. Temp is number one. Cold, gin clear water is hit and miss at best. If you aren't catching move. When you are, stay on that spot. Even if it means turning around.

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Grimsby bait and tackle has a free seminar coming up soon call them to see what the day is. I can't remember off hand. If you are new, the salmon 101 will be helpful to give you an idea as to were to start.

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