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Not exactly a repeat of last Saturday but we stubbornly clung to the idea that the fish would still be deep in the 700's and some were but it was a long "hit and miss" day. We spent most of the morning in the 700's going out past 780 and back with a steelie (released) to show for it and a hit and run or two. About 11 Am we trolled south toward the 600's and the white homemade fly behind a UV flasher out 300 on #1 (124 mm Deep Diver) took a good hit and it turned into a low twenties king. We had a number of releases from the riggers with magnum spoons parked 90-135 and a couple of smaller kings (released) at those depths. We didn't mark much bait at all but intermittently marked fish both down very deep (200-350 ft down) and scattered at the 70-130 range but they wouldn't touch anything we offered. When we trolled into about the 400's there was a pronounced scum line present with a few sticks, weeds, and little pods of pond algae suggesting onshore water had been pushed out but we didn't have any temp device. We took a few real nice hits on the wires during the time out but they didn't seem to connect well enough and some releases on the riggers with nobody home. Spenta lot of time trying to get fish to hit without results but beautiful day and Bob did everything he could to get into fish including his damned fish call several times, and rocking the boat etc.:lol:. Fun day on the pond but the fish were not as cooperative as last time out. A few spiny fleas but not bad. Current was very strong and allover the place. Kept the two salmon that didn't make it.

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Very nice buddy, great report 

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Thanks guys. Yeah Clark it was gorgeous but about 11 Am it got hot as H and we found ourselves praying for a breeze:smile:

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Thanks for the report, The eastern winds probably did not help any either. I had planned a trip way out for today, but canned it because of this wind. Your report makes it feel like the right decision.

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