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Took a quick midday trip with a friend and daughter. All boats were fishing 15-30 fow, we blew past them and targeted 115-135. Went 6 for 14 in 3 hrs with a great class of coho and Kings. Took fish with junkline pulling shallow crainkbaits , down to 40’ off rigger. 99% spoon bite.

 

 

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jeremy I got out around 330 and fished till 745. we fished 35 to 45ft boated 10 and lost 5 all kings from 5lbs to 18lbs. deep diving sticks off boards got a few bites. spoons off riggers and divers did better 6ft down to 18ft down.mixed veggies,black and glow and wonderbread

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Been great out there this yr so far. I’m hoping to get out this afternoon. I got tons great videos from this season already but can’t get them to download here for some reason


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Be careful took out my prop in the channel yesterday


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That sucks. Thought that issue had been addressed.


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I’ve been out 30 times this season so far with zero issues🤞. Supposesbly east side of channel I s dredged and west side is not. Yesterday the dredger was blocking the east side so I hugged him tight and just used my picker. The buoys were blown all over making it confusing for someone who’s never gone out there. It’s been an insane bite all season in front of braddocks. I still can’t quite figure out why they simply can’t get this complete, brutal incompetence by someone.
Now that Sandy docks are in probably safer to just make the run from there.




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Been out of there a lot myself but like you said the buoys are all over like a slalom course . Ridiculous to charge 12 dollars to launch and have those conditions


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Those Buoys are crazy, I followed one guy in and have followed the GPS ever since.

 

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Fishaholic,

 

Were about did you hit?  Were you in the main channel going north or south or still inside the bay coming over from Westpoint marine?  I was going to bring down my twin engine boat but don't want that cost of tearing up 2 props...

 

John

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In the main channel heading south stay to the east . Went there today to **** got nowhere the green buoys are the army corps for the dredge line There should be three green flags there for the channel


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Fished 30 to 80 ft lost 2 was a bit rough but it was the 1st time out this year and boat ran good so I'm happy and the channel was good I stayed real close to big poles with green flags was 5 to 6 ft of water through there back at it again in the am

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Was galss all day yesterday found my Kings in 200 to 240 got 4 boxed 3 nice kinks biggest was about 15 lbs got sum nice fillets to share with friends at camp this weekend

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