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Planned ongoing offshore but strong south winds put the kibosh on that. Worked 95-120’ of water. Took 6 browns, 5 skippies and lost the only major we hooked. All fish came off rigger set 5’ off bottom. Major hit a dipsey 165 back. All fish on spoons. Warrior black pearl UV continues to be my best producing spoon. FF and meat never moved. Took my buddies daughter out for her first Lake O trip and we let her reel all fish in. She had a blast and thankfully handled the chop with no issues. Add another fisherwomen to our ranks- she can’t wait to get back out. Weeds were a bit of a hassle. Had to check rods often. IMG_1499.JPG



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Well my day was pretty much identical to yours. We wanted to fish deep but couldn’t and picked away at browns and small kings all morning. Being this late in August I thought for sure there would be some big kings in tight early but we didn’t mark anything with size. August is always so damn windy.

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