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Jack Osborn

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  1. Set wire diver then a rigger and was about to set second diver when the first one went off right at sunrise. About a ten pound king on a pickled sunshine behind a white and UV blue paddle. A little later a larger fish hit a blue dolphin on the 300 copper, but came unbuttoned. Two fish grabbed at a watermelon spoon that I had one the same slider but slipped off before I could get a good feel for size. Then a nice steal head took the pickled sunshine on the same Port diver. So 2 for 5 on the day. Sent from my XT1635-01 using Great Lakes Fisherman Mobile App
  2. 300 copper Sent from my XT1635-01 using Great Lakes Fisherman Mobile App
  3. Ran my same pattern as last week. Out to 100' then NW to 170 and back all fish between 140' and 170". Most came in the upper half. Three lakers, one small king (7 or 8 lbs) and a decent Stealhead. Mixed Veggies and a green dolphin style Yeck single dingle were the best spoons today. Fished from 6:30 to Noon. Riggers set to 45' and sliders worked best, one Laker on copper, and the Stealhead hit the single dingle on a wire diver back to 155'. We mixed up the speed..slowing as the morning went on and stuck with smaller spoons. Sent from my XT1635-01 using Great Lakes Fisherman Mobile App
  4. Feel free to use the report. Hope it helps someone out.
  5. It's a Yeck spoon. Cant remember the the name of the color but it's part of the "Dingle Series" the little willow blades seem to produce. I've wondered if it looks like scales falling off an injured minnow.
  6. SH 6/7 4 FOR 6 From 6 to 12 Straight out to 100' then set NW All fish 150 to 160 fow NW then followed our line back SE 35 Feet Down 35 Feet Back on the rigger One on the wire diver 155' back Troll speed: 2.5 to 3 Number and kind of fish caught: 1 steelhead and 3 coho Reel commentary: " Kept marking specs in the upper third of water.. So I pulled up from 65' to 35 and the first coho hit. Reset and short while later second coho in the boat. Raised the second rigger and (a first for me) steelhead hit while I was trying to get the slider out. Lost another steelhead and another coho at the boat then picked off the last coho at noon. These are the colors that worked for us. Sent from my XT1635-01 using Great Lakes Fisherman Mobile App
  7. My fault. Started a new med and it dried me out the night before. In the pic you can see by the pruning of my palm that it set in. They say you need to hydrate the night before, and by the time the symptoms set in you are kinda stuck for a while. The wind and the sun it can dry a guy up pretty quick.
  8. Went straight to 120 FOW then made our way to 150 a got a ten pound king on a orange and pink with dingle berries (YEK SPOON) see pic. On the rigger set to 95' Not too long after landed a decent laker. Same spoon same rig. Next a throw back Laker same spoon same rig. Finally a pig Laker on a Pickle Sniffer on the other rigger. 95' feet down. Speed varied and was having trouble keeping it under 3 with the waves that weren't supposed to be there. Would have stayed longer but (damdist thing) I didn't have it in me. Around 10:30 I called it and said for the crew to get me to shore. Dizzy, blurred vision, muscle weakness and confusion added up to... dehydration. Never had it before and hope to not have it again. "DONT STAY THIRSTY MY FRIENDS" Sent from my XT1635-01 using Great Lakes Fisherman Mobile App
  9. Got me thinking enough to try it at least. Think I'll run singles on one rigger and trebles on the other to see what I can learn. Thanks (very much) for sharing the info.
  10. Great job. Sounds like a lot of action and a lot of fun.
  11. Thanks for the tip. I'll get right on that one. There are some nice out there this year and I don't want to screw up any chances I might get.
  12. Started out early 6:00 ,and went North to 120 FOW but never got a hit 'til 8:00 in around 150' Couple of mystery hits on the sliders, but at least got the feel of them before they slipped off. Finally got a nice (10lb) steelhead (on the slider) another one (little smaller) on the wire diver, and a throw back laker on the rigger (95 feet down) My first time trying sliders and I was impressed by the action. I here you can count on losing them from time to time and even thought I was right there to start reeling fast they still managed to get free. Most hits were on the sliders but one on the wire and one on copper that were HEAVY. My drags must be sticking. One liked to nearly break the rod but yanked himself loose. The other pulled like hell until copper gave loose at the backing (knot?) I set one rigger up with greens, and one with yellows. Flies/paddles on the divers One blue on blue, and one green on green. The big boy on the copper took a green dolphin. Lead core came up empty that day. 150-160 FOW and speed was bouncing around with the currents, but average of 2.5
  13. Have you tried these yet? didn't get rid of them completely but made them bearable.
  14. Around 7:00 a little later than I wanted. Someone on the radio said they were 2 for 2 and I was just setting lines.
  15. Set lines at 110' and just finished a 7 rod set and the wire diver went off. A nice one was on for a bit but came unbuttoned. Two more swings and misses before we called it around 11:00 All fish hit flies and paddles. White on white White with pickled Ken Blue on blue Slow speed and riggers down around 115' Going to back up and take another run at em Sunday Sent from my XT1635-01 using Great Lakes Fisherman Mobile App
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