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I'm wondering if anyone could help me out....I fished for the past 2 days all day, Thursday out of point breeze and today around in irond. Bay then out in the lake by shipbuilders Creek.Im using planer boards with sticks out between 70' and 120' off the boardsIm trolling between 1 and 2mph in between 8 and 15 fow.using firetiger,purple Haze,goby ,black and gold and black and silver baits.Am I doing something wrong??!!!!.1 hit in two days.help?thanks

 

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1 to 2 seems slow.. stickbaits for me 2.5 give or take abit is the speed works for me.

 

Are you not running spoons? Like today most fish came on spoons for us. Also, had to go abit deeper today seemed like 20 to 25 was good. Don't be afraid to move out abit. Zingy zag in and out see what depth they are.

 

 

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Been a good spoon bite this week out of Ibay. Diver rods and riggers taking most of the hits. Kings, Steelhead and browns. Worked 15 to 25fow. 2.5 to 2.8 sog


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Early dawn evening dusk are the times for shallow fishing, Usually by 8:00 AM the sun and a cloudless sky drive the fish off shore to waters 50 foot deep or better. The sun is the problem and a cloudy day works better for you as the fish stay higher in the water column. It is best to move offshore then and your spoons work well. Always check the action of your lures when you put them in. Spring conditions call for light weight spoons that work well around 2 MPH. Summer conditions call for heavy spoons at 3.5 MPH. Dodgers work well off the creeks in August as the big fish stage at 120 foot of water waiting for cool nights to chill the streams down so their spawning conditions can be accomplished.

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Thanks very much..This is my first year doing this on my own and I'm still green,but I knew I could turn to some of you fellas for help.How deep should I be running​ spoons if fishing 20_30fow?

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Had our riggers set 10 to 18ft down and size 0 divers set on 3 back 40 to 80ft.


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For Browns u need longer leads off the riggers specially shallow. 35 to 60 depending on water clarity.


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Go out of the oak head west to johnsons creek. 2.5-.2.7 Should be set


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