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Fished out of Fair Haven this past weekend.  Mixed bag of mature kings, 2 year olds, browns, cohos and a few Lakers.  90-120 Fow. Fished about 80-100 down. Froggie, kingfisher with green Twinkie and cut bait, .chartreuse silver skinny/ uv fly.  Orange and green spoons Back about 60ft all worked.  Have a moor ....about 2 1/4

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Was up over the weekend, made the mistake of focusing on bottom instead of fishing marks. Wacked a bunch of mud sharks 75 to105 , only landed 1. Hard mouths. Marked a bunch of smaller fish 40 to 60 ,over 100 to 150. Jack kings, coho's, with a couple steelhead. Should have tightened it up. Smaller spoons, dodgers, and FFs. Bright skies bright flies. Keep it simple. Colder water on bottom, browns and lakers.

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Browns and lakers don't occupy the same water.
If your looking strictly for browns look where 55 to 60 degrees intersects the bottom. If you can add structure to that all the better. Spoon size could depend on the day so try all sizes until they tell you what they want. I would go with lighter spoons like stingers or evil eyes and troll them slow, 1.8 to 2.2. DR/Moore.
Good luck

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I hear you I definitely don't want anything to do with them oil cans I'm still trying to get the blood out from my carpet from those lakers


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Steelhead and browns are what I'm really looking for what's a good speed for them I was going 2.0 on the fish hawk and keep nailing kings


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Best bet is use your fishhawk when you launch and put the puzzle together.... nothing is certain.... it's fishing


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Marked a bunch of smaller fish 40 to 60 ,over 100 to 150.

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I fished the same depth as well this past weekend and took note of all them marks 40-60' down over 120 fow.
I threw a black and orange nk28 and a rainbow colored stinger down 50 and 60 and hit two browns and a Coho at that depth.


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I seen the marks at 50-60 I tryed to put some thing in front of there eyes but no takers I had stingrays on my Dipsy's black and sliver and a nitro glow


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I caught accidental browns on the last 3 trips out of Mexico. 100 fow on a 10 color leadcore with flutter spoon.

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60 feet with 10 colors out at 2.1 mph. Light flutter spoon

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Leadcore comes in segmented colors of 10 yds. Each. The more colors out the more line out and the deeper you are.the colors make it repeatable. 10'colors is all of it. 

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