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Fished North of Dean's cove today mid day kept kids busy feeling in lake trout. Set up in about 100 ft of water. Dipseys set at 270 did the most damage brought 5 home to cook and sent or lost at least that many back to the lake. Kids are learning the back of the boat and don't quite get the keep the line tight concept yet. Glad to be back out after losing last year to boat engine problems. I think the dog got a little green in the gills today. Trying to teach him to puke in the bucket IMG_20200607_201601_01.jpegKIMG0228.jpegIMG_20200607_150953_01.jpeg

 

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Sounds like you found fish in the same neighborhood they were hanging in yesterday.  With practice you'll have a top notch crew soon.  The poor pup.  He looks young.  His first trip on the boat? 

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The expression on the pup's face matched almost exactly my buddy's face yesterday with the NW wind on Ontario....although we had already taught him to puke over the side and hose down afterward and he was the "captain" :lol:

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6 hours ago, Sk8man said:

... NW wind on Ontario...

 

now there's words I don't like to see together!

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26 minutes ago, Zebedee said:

 

now there's words I don't like to see together!

I would much rather see NW than NE!  

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Some of it can depend on how far you are east on the south side you are fishing too with NW wind:lol:

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Both of those replies are very true!  Fishing conditions over comfort!

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On 6/7/2020 at 8:55 PM, Lily 2 said:

 

Fished North of Dean's cove today mid day kept kids busy feeling in lake trout. Set up in about 100 ft of water. Dipseys set at 270 did the most damage brought 5 home to cook and sent or lost at least that many back to the lake. Kids are learning the back of the boat and don't quite get the keep the line tight concept yet. Glad to be back out after losing last year to boat engine problems. I think the dog got a little green in the gills today. Trying to teach him to puke in the bucket emoji23.pngIMG_20200607_201601_01.jpegKIMG0228.jpegIMG_20200607_150953_01.jpeg

 

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Nice job

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