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Weird day on the water. Set up in 100 at 8 and headed north. Riggers at 50 and 70 with free sliders. Dipsys at 180 and 225. Flat calm and sunny at first with a steady pick of coho and small kings on the sliders. 225 dipsy takes off and by the time we landed a nice King we were in pea soup fog with east wind. An hour later the fog lifted thankfully, I hate fog. 
Sun came back out and it got flat again. 
Little while later you could see that on shore it was rippled up good and moving our way out in 225 feet of water. Decided to pull and we headed into gusts to 30 out of the southwest. 
Fished from 8 to 11 and went 6 for 7. 
All small except for the King that hit the two face glow on the dipsy. 


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