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Quick trip with my daughters this afternoon. We dropped in at 215fow off the nose and hooked up immediately. Slow pickins but every thirty min we got bit with some kings 14-17lbs and a couple nice steelhead 8-9lbs. We fished as deep as 250 but 215 was the best. Riggers 75-90 with spoons and divers 225-300 with flasher/fly . 
Hr before dark we slid into 150 fow looking for a bruiser . We took a great on a high diver out 180 but it came unbuttoned 

All in all a great trip. Check your lines, we had 4 skippers plugging the riggers. 

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Thanks for the starting place this morning.  4-5 skippers so far. Lost one decent when a leader broke!!  All spoons carbon 14 and silve black and purple. 70-90 down

 

on the search now for something

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1 hour ago, tenatureboy said:

Thanks for the starting place this morning.  4-5 skippers so far. Lost one decent when a leader broke!!  All spoons carbon 14 and silve black and purple. 70-90 down

 

on the search now for something

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I didn’t have any meat, but some of my fiends got nice mature in tight pulling meat rigs near the bottom. Enjoy the holiday

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We fished 200-300 between the Park and the Nose, based on another report from an ex-friend lol. 

 

Skippies and a steelie. And four hours of frustration. There yesterday, gone today I guess. We couldn't stay to go offshore - I hope it was better for those who did. Lots of boats pointed North when we pulled off. 

 

All in all, it's been a very frustrating season for us so far. More so, since we know there's fish to be had.

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We moved out to 300+ with only another skippy. Trolled into 170 and just took a rip on a dipsy. Lost it. Not big but a fish   Still marking fish 60-80 over 170 fow

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2 minutes ago, Gator said:

We fished 200-300 between the Park and the Nose, based on another report from an ex-friend lol. 

 

Skippies and a steelie. And four hours of frustration. There yesterday, gone today I guess. We couldn't stay to go offshore - I hope it was better for those who did. Lots of boats pointed North when we pulled off. 

 

All in all, it's been a very frustrating season for us so far. More so, since we know there's fish to be had.

I love the offshore bite. If I’m not catching or marking heavy I’ve got in the habit of packing up and running. It’s definitely frustrating grinding a day away. Sometimes my greatest days ( especially mid day high sun) is packing up and motoring . We’ll jump 250 to 350 and fish/check temp and screen. Don’t like it pack up and hit 450 and so on. I always check my waypoints for dates and see where the fish were based on last yr timeframe…… 3/4 of the success is the hunt for them 

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2 minutes ago, show me the money said:

Went 18 for 20. Biggest 21# on a Steele Dan on 10 color  one steelhead 8#  4 skippers ,  lost dipsy and flasher on a screemer in 230 FOW kink in wire with 600 ft out 

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That’s a great day on the water 

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