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Schooled up salmon! insane spring salmon bite

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2020 spring-ish Shake down was outrageous. Never seen salmon so schooled up. Double and triple headers all morning.

20 minutes of absolute CHAOS. Definitely felt good to be back on the water! 
 


Thanks for watching,

Dan
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Great footage and action as per usual. However, the background music sounded like someone was strangling a squirrel lol. 

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Thanks guys! hope things are going good on your side of the border! i heard its been popping over there too!

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I’m on year three at this big lake fishing after fishing for small lake fish my whole life. I finally have a well outfitted 28’ boat now and can consistently avoid the skunking but by no means able to compete with that video. If I can find active fish I usually have a good day. I need some knowledge on how the winds blow the water around, where the “warm water” comes from, trolling direction/speed best practices in currents and such if anyone wants to share. I’m out of I Bay. Went 9/10 on Saturday, 1/1 on Sunday and 2/2 today. Happy, sad,sad


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2020 spring-ish Shake down was outrageous. Never seen salmon so schooled up. Double and triple headers all morning.

20 minutes of absolute CHAOS. Definitely felt good to be back on the water!   

Thanks for watching,

Dan
Wow incredible!!!

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18 minutes ago, Cha-Sea said:

I’m on year three at this big lake fishing after fishing for small lake fish my whole life. I finally have a well outfitted 28’ boat now and can consistently avoid the skunking but by no means able to compete with that video. If I can find active fish I usually have a good day. I need some knowledge on how the winds blow the water around, where the “warm water” comes from, trolling direction/speed best practices in currents and such if anyone wants to share. I’m out of I Bay. Went 9/10 on Saturday, 1/1 on Sunday and 2/2 today. Happy, sad,sad


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I found out a long time ago that it only takes 1 good day to suck you into this and endure lots of days of not so good fishing always looking for that great day again!

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U guys kill it with Your videos.  The footage,the editing, the music.  Definitely put some time in. I watched this while trollin Mexico bay washin spoons this afternoon. Lol.  Inspired me to run a few extra hrs:clap:

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Nice video 

 

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what kind of rod is that your using with the moocing reel?

i've been looking at getting a set up for my next rigger rod 

 

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18 hours ago, Cha-Sea said:

I’m on year three at this big lake fishing after fishing for small lake fish my whole life. I finally have a well outfitted 28’ boat now and can consistently avoid the skunking but by no means able to compete with that video. If I can find active fish I usually have a good day. I need some knowledge on how the winds blow the water around, where the “warm water” comes from, trolling direction/speed best practices in currents and such if anyone wants to share. I’m out of I Bay. Went 9/10 on Saturday, 1/1 on Sunday and 2/2 today. Happy, sad,sad


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the wind moves the surface water the quickest so when it blows hard from the east, the west end fills up with warm water so you have to fish deeper to find the cooler water. i have seen it blow so much that literally all the warm water gets circulated with cold water again.

 

hope this helps!

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I found out a long time ago that it only takes 1 good day to suck you into this and endure lots of days of not so good fishing always looking for that great day again!
I disagree. It only took me 1 open water king... Seriously. Was on Craigslist shopping for a boat on the ride home.


Dan - amazing vid, but I expect nothing less from you ! Keep up the good work.
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What depth are you finding them in?


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Great Video!

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On 5/27/2020 at 4:41 AM, signalman said:

Do you fish in nys or canada?

Canadian side

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17 hours ago, Private said:

What depth are you finding them in?


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We had them going in about 100 this day.

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