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Did'nt have high hopes with the forecasted East winds but figured give it a shot with the 2ft or less from NOAA. 

Spotted fish 150ft and dropped lures.  Trolled North to 400ft.  Best depth was 270ft.  Ended up having a great day. 7 salmom, (3, 20 lbs+), 7 nice fat steelhead, 1 laker.  Spoon bite, only 1 on flasher fly. Downriggers , Dipseys and Copper/Lead all caught fish.  Most fish in the 50-65 ft range.

Lake got nasty at noon, long ride in, 5ft+ waves. 

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Thanks so much for posting the report. I went on the 9th and it was slow. I was hoping someone would give an Olcott update from the weekend.

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Spoons with green & black seemed to work best.  Most of the steelhead were really fat, they looked more like salmon.  Water temp 60ft down was 51. 

We we seeing some good marks all day, of course screens were blank every time we hooked up. Had several doubles in that magic 270ft depth.

 

We never counted more than 3 boats within our sights. We were the 3rd trailer in the lot at 6:00am. 

Most of the Charter boats were in their slips.

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Thank you for the post.  Seems like nobody has been posting lately.

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I was out from 7-10am today.  Got 4 kings.  250 fow was my hot spot.  40-50' down.  Spoon bite.

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They have not moved  much from Sunday. 4 kings in 3 hours is a Great Day!!! Hopefully the good bite continues.

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Garrymny you are absolutely correct. Alot of times info on this site is the only intel available to most of us.  Any info is always appreciated, good or bad. Helps us make decisions with the limited fishing time we have.

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