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  1. Fished this morning from 0500 till 1200. Worked 110-190 but nothing happening. Marked a good number from 120-145.
     
    Fished tonight from 600-1000. Worked 120-150. Nothing doing 0/0 a few marks but but like this am.
     
    Talking with guys at the launch this am and pm it was slow for everyone. I was definitely not the only 0/0....


    I feel your pain. My last two trips out of Holland were skunks too. Seeing that a new state record was caught in Ludington will keep me fishing, but the skunks are discouraging.
    Thanks for the report.

    Clyde
    Reel Therapy


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  2. Fished 6:30-9:30 out of PS last night; 3 for 6. Set up in 130 a couple of miles south and trolled to 200, no bites. Missed 2 bites (175-170) on the in troll and caught a nice coho in 155. Looped back out to 175. No bites going out. Missed a tug on a diver in 170, then caught a double (SH and king) in 155. Marked quite a few fish and big schools of bait showed up as the sun got close to the horizon.
    Bites:
    MS dancing anchovy CU200
    PT chrome green flasher / hypnotist
    SC blue stud / green crinkle
    Blue veggie stinger
    SC chrome UV and blue ladder /oceana
    MS mag green jeans
     
     
     
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    Good job. Happy to hear about your mixed bag.

    Clyde
    Reel Therapy


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  3. 5 for 5, 3 kings, 1 laker and a steelie. Fished 1-2 miles north, all fish came in 120-150
     
    2 kings on rigger down 69 with blue flounder pounder
     
    1 king on high diver back 120 with blue veggies
     
    Laker on wire diver back 140, meat rig
     
    Steelie on 7 color orange and black moonshine spoon
     
    Biggest king 28 lbsIMG_2568.thumb.JPG.ce941715ee2444ddb8cba8a1986b1da5.JPG
     
     
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    Great job! Thanks for the report. I was up in Manistee yesterday and we got 6 fish. 5 Lakers and only 1 king. Hopefully we will see more kings here in Holland and Grand Haven now.


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  4. First time out in a couple of weeks, dock to dock 3:30-6:30. Started in 90 FOW and trolled to 120. Marked schools of bait both suspended and on bottom. Worked south in 95-115 for an hour with no bites. Marked quite a bit of bait and a few fish. Turned west. Very few marks beyond 120 FOW. Caught a nice coho (6#) in 165 FOW on a mixed veggie UV Stingray. Pulled lines in 170 FOW. The flies were much more active than the fish.
     
     
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    Thanks for the report. I am not surprised that the flies are starting . Hopefully the water is beginning to set up and we will be able to be find the fish soon.
    Clyde
    Reel Therapy


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  5. 2 for 2 from 4-9:30.

    Set up in 80 with 9 rods.

    Nice steelhead in 95 feet on 5 color with a freakin veggie.

    Typical coho on the rigger down 40 in 97.

    The cotton on the water was a real pain. It collected on the lines at the planer boards and was terrible to get off.

     

    Tight lines,

    Reel Therapy

     

     

     

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  6. 5 for 5, 4 coho and 7lb 8 oz laker.
    Laker on 3 color on Dreamweaver  SS red pepper spoon in 77 fow.
    2 coho on 100’ copper on DW SS Gold Rasta Goose spoon, 1 coho on rigger slider (main at 32’) on DW SS Silver Rasta Goose spoon and 1 coho on DW SS Silver Rasta Goose spoon on 150’ copper. All coho caught between  120 and 150fow.
    SOG 2.4-3.1, waves 2-4s in rain at 1:30 that settled down to 1s around 5. 
    Fished 1:30-6:30.
    No kings.
    But guys that came in behind us got a nice king, a steelie and 2 lakers. King was in 50fow down by Palisades.
    50-55 fow is where the kings hang out when they first come in here.

    Thanks Dan!!
    Hopefully we will see you Saturday.


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  7. GAC:
    Yes city launch is accessible. You have to follow the detour signs, or from Phoenix take Bailey north to Wells round about then go west on Well or take Wells west off the Blue Star. All 5 docks are almost always above water. Sometimes the 3 on the left the aprons are under water. I've always used the 2 east ones and have never had to wade in a few inches of water. They have always been dry.
    Good luck. 

    Thank you!
    I am helping a buddy tomorrow on his new boat and first trip. I hope I can get him on some fish.
    Clyde (Reel Therapy)


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