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Got out at 5:30 lake was nice at that point couldn’t keep the spoons down for the steelhead bite in about 150 ft of water. Kept heading north with dipsys at 300,325 and 350 and riggers at 75 and 80 ft. When we got to 250 ft had 3 small Kings in the next 30 min then had 4 in the next hour that never got to the boat. Got rough at about 10am started packing it in, when bringing in the 350 dipsy it had 110 feet still out my buddy says hey hey I got one, I thought no way but when heard the drag go out I was surprised, it ended up being the biggest king of the day 12 lbs. never had that happen before how about you guys. That spinny and fly couldn’t have been more than 5 or ten feet down.
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We also ran into lots of Steelies out in 250 to 350 feet of water it was crazy last evening. I put one rigger with a light weight rod out just for them. We landed nothing big. Most around 3 or 5 pounds but we’re dun to catch and release.  We also landed a 15 pound coho with the rod that was up high!! 😃

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