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Arrived today around 1 pm with my friend Eric, my friend Jim had a mild heart attack, he is ok but needs to stay home for Dr visits.

 

Fished out front in 290 - 400.

 

Went 3 for 3, one steel very nice keeper released, one King 8 lbs, one coho 5 lbs.

 

Beautiful day for sure.

 

I will be here until June 30 and will report daily

 

Spoons today, king on rigger 72 feet down, coho on rigger 55 feet down, 150 copper took steel

 

Long day, 6 1/2 Drive....

 

 

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We never left 150 ft of water Friday afternoon - Sunday Morning at the Oak. There was a ton of bait and fish, stopped looking at my down temp because it didn't matter. If you see marks in the skinny water give it shot.

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We never left 150 ft of water Friday afternoon - Sunday Morning at the Oak. There was a ton of bait and fish, stopped looking at my down temp because it didn't matter. If you see marks in the skinny water give it shot.

Ok, thanks will do
Did not mark any bait today


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You may have been too deep. Last week we marked bait out to about 130 FOW. Didn’t mark much any deeper.


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You may have been too deep. Last week we marked bait out to about 130 FOW. Didn’t mark much any deeper.


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Thanks for that information.

Did not try very hard to catch today, just made sure all the gear was good to go.

I will definitely try in closer tomorrow.


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Thank you for the report Laurie. If the gear is running well, half the battle is won!   Good luck this week. 

Cheers! 

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Thanks for the report Laurie, you have plenty of time, and I'm guessing you will hit the jackpot!

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Alewives spawn in June.  Most move inshore.  Follow the food but be prepared to be frustrated by well fed salmon.  Fish at low light times.

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