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Took a ride up to Oswego this weekend for the maiden voyage in the new to fishing vessel HARD KNOX she is a 2006 sea pro 220 /wa. The day started a little rough as i had sinus issue  for the first three hours of the drive there making my ride very long . Then me and my father that is now 80 hit the water to find out i had a fuel supply issue at high speeds so back on the trailer we go to try and find the problem . After a couple hours of diag and repair found the moeller fuel line that supplies the engine internal liner was collapsed and causing a blockage . Replaced fuel line with gates fuel line and back to the ramp we go after a good test drive all was great and boat ran perfect . After missing out on the best of the day we started fishing and first hook up was a double of 8 lb browns . Oswego did not let us down we caught over a dozen nice browns 2 coho .1 steelhead and 1 big king as well as lost one other nice king . Thank god for the long winter being over and lady o and good times with the old man !

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Great day!


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Nice to hear their are some kings coming into the shallow water again this year. We had a great time catching kings last spring. I guess they are liking eating gobbies after all.

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Nice job, Hard Knox!  Glad you and your Dad were able to get into some nice fish, regardless of the late start!  Unfortunately I won't make it out there for 2 more weeks.  Hoping for cool weather between now and then so the browns will be still be shallow.

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Thanks CRAYFISH your timing will be good as any time before the temp break sets up you will find all species close to shore making for great fishing with a mixed bag of fish . GOOD LUCK !

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