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We fish out of Whitby ont no luck to 190 ft but came into 50 feet and marked all kinds of bait balls the sw wind changed the game don’t be shy go shallow 

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These areas are notorious for having wood and steel and skegs and so on—perfect areas for a big fish to wrap your line.

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SW winds blow the warmer water to the NE and cold water upwells and the salmon move NE. If the fish are not on your screen then move to where the screen shows them. Usually the blue water will be on the surface and where the green plankton rich water appears, so will the fish.

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On 7/23/2020 at 8:09 PM, Scott sommerville said:

We fish out of Whitby ont no luck to 190 ft but came into 50 feet and marked all kinds of bait balls the sw wind changed the game don’t be shy go shallow 

 

You guys aren't known to travel much past 200', but I'd bet if you took it to the boarder you'd find plenty of steel and 2yr old Salmon to play with.

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You guys aren't known to travel much past 200', but I'd bet if you took it to the boarder you'd find plenty of steel and 2yr old Salmon to play with.


Yup... I played out there quite a bit the last month with good success...

Marc


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