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Had to stay in Port while some bad weather moved through. Then after an hour or so we went out about 730. We saw 68 degrees at the mouth of harbor, then about 66 degrees at 190 FOW. But we decided to keep going out. We stopped at 384 FOW. It was 68 degrees on surface 45 degrees 50 to 60feet down. We trolled north. Hit 495 FOW. Surface went to about 70 with 45 degrees 70 feet down. Pretty stable. Stay between 450 and 495 most of the time. Quit at 1330. We got 2 Kings, and 5 steelhead. One king on meat/11 two face uv paddle/diver. Lost several more on that combo. Biggest king was 19 lb off a 70 foot rigger with UV GLOW two face spoon. That rigger also took a few steelhead. Took a couple steelhead on a 10 color leadcore also with same spoon. Nothing on SD/FLY Today. Best water for me was 475 to 490. Fished out from the plant, smokestack. Took my nephew and his two sons. The little tike got the rigger rod bites so he got to fight the big one and land it with some help from Dad. It tangled around a rigger ball and cable and just as I barely got the net under it the line severed and popped. Chaotic! But we got him, and my great nephew filmed the whole thing. IMG_20190818_141101922_HDR.jpegIMG_20190818_115709121_HDR.jpegIMG_20190818_105604676_HDR.jpeg

 

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Awesome job Garry!! You got some happy youngsters that are probably hooked for life now!!!

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Nice, great to see the boys involved.  

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Nice job! My wife and I talked to you at the fish cleaning station, that kid was jacked about that fish! Awesome job!

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Great job Garry. The faces on those boys says it all. Love to see fishing influences in a kids life, and what better species to get em on than the mighty Chinook!

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