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Only my third time out this year thanks to my back. Beautiful day, headed east troll currently Marked bait between 90 and 140. 45 degrees at 50 ft down. Spread between 65 and 35ft. Perfect 2.5mph at the ball.... had some lookers but no takers. Double orange crush behind mountain dew 6 colors out, 2 green hammer flies behind green and silve, purple Nbk? spoon behind green and white glow. Had rigger pop once, nothing.

 

Anyone having any luck? Where, how deep?

 

Tight lines

 

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59 minutes ago, cabezon99 said:

Should call it dead out of olcott

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Hey. Fish were out deeper today. 180-220 fow. The inside water was dead for us. We moved out deep and had a steady pick until the black flies chased us off. Green spoons and flies down 70-90.

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in the end we lost 2, 1 was most likely a steelhead, looked like it when it cleared the water and spit the hook, could have been a silver, better than a day at the office.  Flies were unreal, I had on jeans and thick socks to protect my ankles, used the biting fly repellent folks talk about on this forum, still was bitten on hands, arms and ankles... STILL better than a day at the office.  

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