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Didn't plan on a great day with East winds & there was alot more traffic than usual on East wind days 

Lines in 6:00am-11:00. Did not see a ton of fish on screen in any depth today.  NO fish caught on leadcore or copper or flasher/flies  All Spoon Day!  Dipsys at 220ft & 240ft & riggers at 70-80ft. Glow Wonderbread, Seasick Wadler and Green Gator. 3 Salmon, 2 Steelhead & 2 Lake Trout, mostly in 200ft-250ft. 

 

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Thanks for report. Planning to fish Olcott Wednesday evening thru Friday morning. Would enjoy working with others.

 

Thanks,

DammitDave

 

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Fished Sun 7/11 from 7am to 1030 am, ran NE, worked 350fow, went 4/6 from with a small king, teener king, average steelie, and a real nice coho.  Bigger king took spin doctor/aqua/blue fly off the wire diver while the coho came 86 down on Mag Dreamweaver, blue alewife color.  Steelie and small king came on blue-ish spoons off the high divers, 170 and 225 back on 3 setting/braid. 

 

For anyone going off Olcott, fleas have gotten pretty bad.  If you havent moved a rod in 20 mins, it'd be a good idea to check it and clean it.  Also, colder water was further offshore, our shallowest good/big fish (22lbs) this weekend came in 261 fow.  Everything was deeper than that, up to 403 fow?   (Edit-big fish of the weekend was 26lbs on Friday evening in 289 feet.  Sat we had both a 24 and a 22.)

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