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Had a friend daughter join us tonight. Game plan was look for lakers for kids just in case but the screen was just so good. Fished 4-dark putting 4 16-20lb and 2 fish pushing 24lbs in the boat and bunch of smaller ones. From 4-7 our best depth was 160-170 , riggers 80-100, divers 250-300, and 400 copper . Mostly a FF bite. Closer to dark we slid in 120-140 all same depths. Carbon 14 took over as the night set in and the bite was steady and constant. We lost a couple tanks that just came unbuttoned . Overall a beautiful calm night and some great fish to be had. IMG_4973.JPGIMG_4976.JPGIMG_4975.JPGIMG_4971.JPGIMG_4963.JPGAdjustments.JPGIMG_4943.JPGIMG_4952.JPG

 

 

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Nice job Jeremy,
What size spoons do most run, regular or mags?

This time of year I start with mags in deep setups and standard/super slims for sliders. However if your getting a lot of looking and no takers I size down .
On a tough East wind bite I usually always run standards to start with .


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Great Pics Jeremy!  Nothing better than taking a kid fishing.  It my favorite thing that my son and I do although we are mostly on Hemlock.  My three girls sometimes venture out at well. Well done!

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The girls look like they were having a great time.

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