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dan agnello

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  1. Good job; nice boat and setup. Good to see you have rod trees too; wouldn’t be w/o them for my copper n lead core.
  2. I felt same way, but when lake settles after all storms/wind we’ve had, it looks like there are some 3 yr old kings and steelies out there. Yes, and best thing is the fact that we caught juvenile Cohos last two trips is very promising. We don’t target lakers, aka drag dodgers/spin n glows on the bottom; we catch enough on our riggers/Dipseys just by accident. Have a great winter and hope to see you on the water here.
  3. 4 for 5, if count a drum as fish, lol. Trolling south in 60’ got drum near bottom on moonshine flounder pounder on port rigger. Trolling west in 182’ got 3yr old king on SB rigger down 117’’ on mag DW green glo frog spoon with white back. In 180’ on SB side trolling east got nice Steelie on SS DW pink panties on 4 3/4 colors. Lost one port 300’ copper in 187’. Pulling port rigger there was 12” coho that we returned. Had one last week on 18 colors. Nice to see some of them fir next yr. Waves 2-3s or 2-4s and came down to 2s from NE. Usual speed of 2.2-3.2knots.
  4. Not sure where you got the report of big kings here in SoHa; maybe some charters found a few. Mostly still lakers. Here in SoHa may switch to perching for a few weeks which I haven’t done in years. Boat gets winterized 10/12.
  5. IMG_1219.mov Was honored along with about 35 other boats to take veterans Frank and Dave fishing. Dave got an 8lb laker and Frank a 10lb. Big boat parade on way in. So much fun. 7:15am 117 fow small laker 73 down on rigger, gr glo frog meat rig, troll west 7:55am big laker 124’ on SB turn from west to north 300’ copper on rv blur jeans moonshine. 9:15 SB rigger tripped and fought for a few; no one home after 20seconds. IMG_1219.mov
  6. Thks on the pics. Yes, Tuesay night sunset was unreal. I have 250’ of cable on both riggers. Thermocline was down 95-100’; was 50.6 at 95 and 48.9 at 100. So with sway back on 12lb ball thats pretty close to maybe 110’ or so down.
  7. 10lb king 4:45 on sb rigger down 127’ on suv smurf meat rig 250fow 20 lbking, kevin gr psun fly 221’ out 124mn bk dipsey 235fow 8/18: 160 rigger down 127’ hit n run; same rigger in 220’ fish on then line cut. Last night at fish ckeaning 2 guys each had a snall coho. Heard this morning maybe 1 or 2 fish by some.
  8. Got skunked. Fished in nautical seas from 90-300’. One short run on dipsey and 2 releases on rigger.
  9. Thanks. I am on 3 Lake Mich fishing forums and no one makes reports. In a typical weekend there are hundreds of fisherman out and you may get one or two reports in just a few ports. I don’t understand.
  10. Yeah, u r correct, thought 4th one was a Steelie. He danced on the water a few times which my grandson loved.
  11. 4 for 7. 10:35 8lb coho 155’ on 280cu on bl jeans rv moonshine nw troll. 11am 7 lb coho 225’ copper, mooshine fldr pounder 12:05 125’ 5 lb laker on dipsey on 3 out 185’ on meat rig, east troll. 12:20 113’ on meat rig down 99’ on rigger, east troll. Two knocks off on riggers and rip on dipsey w/no one home. 1’ waves, surf temp 80-155’ was 74.5, Sog 2.2-3.2. Flies and noseums were still biting very well also and spiney water fleas were as clingy as ever.
  12. IMG_0713.MOV 3 for 4. 8:40, 103’ west troll 1/2 mi north of piers on 280cu 14lb king on reg size gold orange crush. 9am 103’ dipsey on 3,out 180’ on kevin’s girlfriend SD and pickled sunshine fly on east troll. 2pm, westctroll in 122’ 5lb steelie on dipsey on 3 out 185’ on Capt John King Smurf UV Flasher and meat rig. Lazy 1-3s w/4-5secind swells all day. NW wind; speed 2.3-3-3sog
  13. You now that you mentioned it I looked at my photos again to see whiter top n bottom gums. Si I agree a Ho. They are sooo close. Remember a few years ago when guy had a state record record size Coho and it took MDNR like a mobth with scale samples, etc to finally determine it was a Ho. Same here, so what do I know FBD. Next trip scheduled for next Wednesday; If fish are still here will be SoHa, otherwise Holland.
  14. Btw: we fished a little north of piers: 26.4 north area.
  15. No. We set lines around 7:30 or so in about 90’. There were two boats out there but we just kept trolling out because at buoy there was no thermo and we had no marks. Tuesday morning we had heard a lot of bait n fish were in 80-100’. . When we were out in 140 talked to a guy on the radio who said they had done well in 120-130 earlier and there were 3 or 4 boats circling that area, we we didn’t see any nets gets wet.By then he had said it slowed down. For SoHa had quite a few marks in 133-155 area. Were very consistent around 75’ down and 110’ down. And, we had a lot of lookers at the meat, aka the graph mark heading up as screen moves. In 120’ it was 68 in top and 58 at 90! down, still not much of a thermo.
  16. 10:15 SB rip on meat rig down 94’ on rigger. Capt John King ’Ghostbuster Flasher/meat rig alewife Strip Teaser. Popped it off n one home; west troll, uphill. 11.00 huge 24.9# king on smurf suv rig w/real meat on rigger down 94’; 149’ sw uphil, 2.7 12:00 6-7 lb king on Capt John King green frog glo meat rig on dipsey out 256’. SE troll, downhill. Same smurf rig 10 lb king on rigger down 98’ in 155 fow, trolling downhill. Waves 1-3s out of Sw, sog usual 2.3-3.2.
  17. Thks. Saw great reports past two days in SoHa so we are doing it tomorrow, instead.
  18. Heading out there tomorrow, Holland; thks for report.
  19. Oooppps see i forgot species: Nice 5-6 pd steelie and 2 around 7-8lb kings.
  20. 3 for 3 10:30: 178’ on 200 cu, 2.6-2.8 sog, on rv fld pdr trolling ne, uphill. 12:50: 76’ 300’ cu mag modified gr dolphin, downhill just north of condos. 1:10: 74’ 2.7 sog downhill 200’ cu on Rv flounder pounder. 2-4s down to 1-3s out of nw as predicted. Sog: usual 2.2-3.1.
  21. Yep you have a perfect location. I’m 25 from SJoe and Holland and 75 to Muskegon but from where I fish late August, Manistee and Frankfort, 3 1/2 and 4 hrs away.
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