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My dad, my sister and I went out looking for the big kings on Father's Day. Started slow in 170 foot of water with no bites, we moved out to 220-230 foot and I threw a frostbite spoon on the diver and within minutes took an 18 pound king. Shortly after my sister landed a 8 pound laker. Missed another hit on the dipsy. Then hit a steelhead on a moonshine geezer spoon but lost him after several jumps. All in all was a decent morning wish it was better.

6/19- me and dad raced out to beat the incoming storms after work and set up in 220-230 threw a new custom flasher made by asb tackle with a pro am fly and it took a huge rip. My dad was able to bring in his biggest salmon to date weighing 26 pounds. With the storm moving in we landed 2 more small salmon around 3 pounds. With time shortening and the storm moving in as we were picking rods a feisty 7 pound steelhead hit a NBK spoon on our rigger down 55 foot. Decided to hustle in after that. The fishing seems to be pretty steady and only getting better. Some fish from those 2 days IMG_5653.thumb.JPG.7abd372b5c502af32bbd86964d0ce1e1.JPG

 

 

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