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1 hour ago, turks said:

Lots of dead water for this boat, running gear 45 - 75 down, 

Your gear is too high. Get your divers down around 100 and drop your riggers to 80 and 90. 

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Finished with 2 nice steels down 55 over 370, 1 nice king early in 230, lost another and thru back 5 skips.  Heard of other boats doing good 350-450 fow running gear deeper.  Dang

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The Canadian shore rolled cold mid-week. Cold water pushed across. I had 56 degrees only 58’ down in the mid waters. If you look at what happened to the Niagara plume from Saturday to today, you realize the lake currents were tearing stable water apart. Water on the move, fish on the move. There is a good reason why you see LOC kings entered in ports further East. At this point predicting tomorrow is impossible but hopefully light winds and the power of the Niagara stabilize things. Pic 1 is from today. Pic 2 was from yesterday 

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After the NE winds Saturday, she rolled again. I can’t believe we are dealing with rollovers in July. The inside water was frigid and supper chalky today. Best water was offshore. We found kings of all year classes and steelhead in good numbers. Thermocline was only down 45’ 

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