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Did a second day in a row out of Treman. Weather forecast said below freezing temps and ENE wind. Expecting little to nothing for fish action. Boy was I wrong.

 

Launched and motored up the east side around 730. First fish was 5 minutes after the first rod was in the water. Steady action all the way until 1pm. 5 color leadcore, flatlines, dipsey diver at 165 out and riggers at 25 feet. Spoon and cranks. Didn’t matter the color or style. The fish preferred a deep diver rapala shad, but we caught fish in everything we had out. Tooled around between 30FOW and 150FOW. Water temps were still only 46-47 degrees.

 

Ended the day with around 20 fish in the boat. Mostly salmon 14” to 25ish” and a couple Lakers. Biggest laker was just shy of 10lbs. We lost multiple fish that were bump and goes or only only for a bit and pulled the hook out. Had 1 broken line and another fish pulled a split ring apart from getting wrapped up. Even caught an orange rapala with 150’ of line still attached.

 

The 2 coworkers I brought along have never been out fishing on the lakes. I hope they don’t expect this kind of trip every time they come along. They had some fish for the freezer and we threw back most for another day.

 

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Sounds like a great day.  Good to see the salmon are turning on now with water temps getting up into the 40s.

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We put in at Dean's sunday. Got one Laker and Pike. Had spoons get slammed . None in the boat though.First Pike for me. Also saw something large rolling. Musky?IMG_20190429_153312186_HDR.thumb.jpeg.b41fac36a3f2f086bd3c8af347e27e59.jpegIMG_20190429_143904627_HDR.thumb.jpeg.bd9e075d5186fb77abd44a485a991872.jpeg

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Nice! I was wondering where you came from. That doesn’t look like a pike. That looks like massive chain pickerel!

I hate those toothy critters. Fun to catch, but they are slimy, smell and the teeth can tear you up if you aren’t super careful.

We had one line yesterday get taken, pull a bunch of drag and it was heavy, then nothing. Reeled in a snipped off line that looked like it was chewed on a little. I bet it was one like you got there.
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Cody great report thanks.
What kind of speed were you traveling?


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Cody great report thanks.
What kind of speed were you traveling?


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1.8-2.3 on the gps. Fishhawk didn’t show much different on the surface.

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