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A-Fishy-Anado

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  1. Randy Desormeau of Northland Taxidermy out of Sault St Marie MI is the man! Guys got a list of credentials a mile long and his work clearly shows it.

    Capt John (Daybreak) says....."with a fish like that do not even think about taking it to anyone else".....I was not disappointed and the referral is much appreciated.

    The guy got it done 1 1/2 months ahead of when he said he would have it complete.....didn't think that happened in the world of taxidermy!

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  2. Welcome to GLF Scott!

    As far as coho go if they are there, best bets are east bank in the bay or in trout bay. Set up of choice for the coho this time of year are flasher/fly combos anywhere from 12' - 25' down on a rigger. You can pick up chinook this time of year as well so try to concentrate some of your presentation lower in the water column as well. Best time for coho is sun up until 9 - 10 am. Best of luck out there and we look forward to your reports.


  3. Jess

    Many locals fish the bay in 12-14 footers as it is greatly protected by the island. Might be a little early for salmon, although i have been hearing a few have been picked up recently. Usually you can run the bank from the anna river to sand point and pick up splake any time of year. If the weather looks good long term throughout the day your best bet would be to try to get to trout bay. Be careful of the nets over there, they are well marked but hard to see in the dark:grin:


  4. The responses are very similar to the way we run ours. I usually run a wire diver on a shorter rod on 1 inside and run a slide diver light bite outside on a longer rod set on 3. I have had issues bringing a mag with a ring into the mix before, but never between standard and slide diver.

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