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Got out around noon. 1 steelhead 85/340 on flasher meat fishing solo. Will report any king action ( if it happens)

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finished the day 8/10. We had 8 in the boat by noon and then had two come unbuttoned within 45 seconds of the hit between noon and 1230 and then never moved a rod and called it at 2. East breeze started to ripple the water at 1130 up until then it was almost slick calm 

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How do they do that? Come unbuttoned that quick. I have had dipsy bouncing and before I can touch it they are gone?

Not just once, last trip I think one day we were 1 for 8, and it was different rods. Checked hooks, and crazy.

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We had a evening last year , something like 3-12 and every body at the dock was having the same problem that night ? 

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How do they do that? Come unbuttoned that quick. I have had dipsy bouncing and before I can touch it they are gone?
Not just once, last trip I think one day we were 1 for 8, and it was different rods. Checked hooks, and crazy.


Are you using snubbers? That used to happen to me when I used snubbers on my dipsies.


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Anyone moving rods. Been out since 5 am from 220-350 never moved a rod.


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2 hours ago, Chowdaire said:

 


Are you using snubbers? That used to happen to me when I used snubbers on my dipsies.


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Yes, snubbers, also on rigger rods.

Are you suggesting not using snubbers?

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Yes, snubbers, also on rigger rods.


After getting really frustrated with just grabbing the rod and the fish is gone, I read up on it on here and eliminated the snubbers. I still lose some fish but never have the two rips and gone anymore.


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Set up off Wilson now heading west. One shaker at 250’. Temp is cool 55 degrees down 58’

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Rip and miss on chute 200’ weighted steel with flasher/fly

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6 minutes ago, Gill-T said:

Set up off Wilson now heading west. One shaker at 250’. Temp is cool 55 degrees down 58’

Thanks for the report.  Let us know how you make out.

 

My crew will be staying at the lighthouse for the weekend....

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We are a couple hours out but staying at the lighthouse also. White GMC 1500 with a white older StarCraft fishmaster....stop over and have a beer this evening

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