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Went out Wednesday evening 9/16, my graph showed lots of fish staging in front of the river.  Circled around for an hour or so, then went up and down the river to the swing bridge and back a couple of times.  As we were coming out into the lake (just as it was getting dark of course) we hooked up with this nice male on a green and silver J-plug off a dipsey diver.  

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2 minutes ago, scobar said:

that's a happy fisherman!

 

Yes nothing better than fishing with my son!  It's his favorite hobby...From the shore, in a boat, he doesn't care- as long as he has a line in the water he's happy!

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18 minutes ago, Smat64 said:

That will change the whole trip. Looks huge-ah!


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My son thought it was low to mid twenties...It's the second biggest salmon we have caught this year.  We got a 25 pounder in the spring...

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24 minutes ago, steelie said:

Man, that fish looks MUCH bigger than low twenties!!! I'd say high twenties

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Yeah I always guess low on the weight...Usually I am off by a few pounds.  For some reason  the dipsey release got jammed with crud and never popped, so we thought it was THE BIG ONE Lol...

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