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Heading up for last trip this weekend. With matures heading in, is there any consistent brown fishing left? ? I've never targeted browns so was wondering if that is an option. Any tips greatly appreciated.

 

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In another 3 weeks look for them in bay areas in early morning and evening hours small spoons or small sticks trolled in shallow and around docks etc.

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Heading up for last trip this weekend. With matures heading in, is there any consistent brown fishing left? ? I've never targeted browns so was wondering if that is an option. Any tips greatly appreciated.
 
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20 to 60 foot
Long leads
Spoons and stick baits.


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Thank you!!! Any specific temp or depth I am looking for?

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Spread them.
If I was fishing 60 foot and was running 4 rods I would start 30 to 55 down. Browns like 60 degree (ish) water. Stay away from gin clear water. If water is clear they may be out a little deeper.


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If you are fishing browns, lose the flasher


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If you are fishing browns, lose the flasher


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X2.
In my opinion if you are fishing flashers (for salmon) I use heavy mono and skip the leader. It really isn't a stealth preaentation.

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If you are going for browns run just spoons and stick baits look for temp around 60 near  bottom spreed you pattern out use you boards ,riggers and flat lines you could use tad poles and clip on weights to get some depth . 15 lb flouro leader and natural colors on your baits unless you are in dirty water they eat alot of gobys off the bottom .

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