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  1. Drum are silver. Pretty good drum fishing there. If you are referring to trout and salmon, it is extremely slow fishing after May. We sometimes find immature trout and salmon out deep after late September, but be careful. Weather changes much more quickly and fall squalls will outrun you.
  2. Fished Friday evening, caught several lakers, one around 8 pounds, the rest under size or just legal (unhooked them in the water, so didn't measure), and a 25 pound chinook. 50 feet of water near bottom, but looks like water has warmed up now
  3. Nice! It's that time of year, time to get eggs for the pier and beach!
  4. Well done. Hoping to be out there this afternoon/evening. I almost always fish solo and landing fish is no problem. Biggest thing to master is boat control, after that it's easy. Have landed many solo doubles on kings and most memorable was about 10 years ago landed a solo triple on kings from 16 to 18 pounds.
  5. For what it's worth, I often fish solo with three rods and prefer to run two riggers. That way I fish five lures (sliders on the riggers) and cover a much bigger portion of the water column. The third rod is copper, lead, flat line, or a diver dependent on how deep the fish are. The riggers are by far the most productive for me. Was 3 for 3 Thursday night (solo) and 5 for 7 (solo) last night with all hits both nights on riggers.
  6. Thanks for all the help folks. I think I'll go with the 55s and 45 lb, although I'll check the dive charts first for the 32 and 45 lb as suggested.
  7. Looking for some help. Should I go with 32, 45, or 60 lb. copper and what is best length? Also thinking about Okuma Convector in either 45 or 55. Is there a preference?
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