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Got a late start and set lines around 830. Pulled 7 kings and 1 steel. One roughly 24, another 14ish. Rest were small. Very few marks from 350-450 but picked away.

Anyone know how the inside bite was this morning or how the temps were? We shot straight out with the late start.

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Inside bit was slow but lots of marks way east

We trolled east till the plant then turned out. 1 20 King and 5 under 12#s no steelies for us lost 5 others. Back at it tomorrow.

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Our fish came from 60-90. On riggers and dipseys with a mix of f/f and spoons. 300 copper pulled better quality and had a few that came off that seemed good too.

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temperatures were about 52 degrees 65 down roughly.

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10 feet on the rigger change the degrees by about 5 . For us there was a clear thermocline line.

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I'm pulling rods by noon- trolling back towards Wilson in 230' now- 8 skippys and a steelie- pearl / white warrior mag took most. Hope others did better- was determined to stay inside- probably should have went offshore- back at it next weekend for me

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It was horrible for us today. We stayed inside until 9 not a bite then went out 470 drop down one strike on The Wire Dipsy that's it. However I did see a boat come in and hang 6 fish on the hooks.

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