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skach1

Cayuga 6/3

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Started east side troll right out of Treman. Dipseys at 100' out , riggers at 30'- 35'. Couple short landlocks until we hit Myers. Then every pass in front of creek produced fish. Biggest was an acrobatic 22" Rainbow that probably went 6-7#. Sorry no pics was a quick release to fight another day. Purple / pink honeybee and purple / orange took most fish. Ended 16/25. Lost 3 different spoons due to break offs. Worked 60 -180 fow with 70-90 being best screen.

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Just an FYI but a 22 inch rainbow would unless VERY abnormal would weigh about 3 3/4 to 4 lbs. :)

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This 1 22" from last yr weighted

61/2# on a digital scale

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My bad, may have been 27"

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:)  yep....that one sure looks it and is a real nice bow.  They are fighters for sure and one of my favorites

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They always look bigger in the net lol. Cayuga has been producing some good bows in last couple yrs for us. We like to let them go but unfortunately that 1 didn't do well. Can't seem to get any decent salmon tho.

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nice report....What kinda setup do you have on your diver poles line wise?? 

just rigged up two with 18# leadcore. have all diver sizes but not sure how deep they will go.

any tips would help. thanks

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We use 7 strand 30# wire with #0 dipsey a 2.5 - 3 setting. Was down about 30' with 100' of wire out.

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