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3 man limit in about 2 hours Friday. All coho. Just south of pier, never went more than 3/4 miles south, or deeper than 19 feet. Most fish in 14 to 16 fow. Talked to another boat that did go further south, didn't catch how far, they limited. Looked like people were doing well on the pier too.

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Good jog on the Coho's Mike, your lucky to out, no docks in over here yet.

I have been thinking about how I could put someone in my boat and back it in and unload then go down the break wall and get on the boat, but my luck the ramp would be ice and Truck and all would be in the drink, don't need head line news, so I guess I'll just wait and itch.

Thanks Mike;

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Nice job. Do you guys do this at day break, or a little later?

We actually started fishing at 1 in the afternoon.

Did it again today, it was a little slower: to get a 2 man limit, we started at 10, finished at 1. (Mostly because I dodged around a lot more to avoid traffic.)

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3 man limit in about 2 hours Friday. All coho. Just south of pier, never went more than 3/4 miles south, or deeper than 19 feet. Most fish in 14 to 16 fow. Talked to another boat that did go further south, didn't catch how far, they limited. Looked like people were doing well on the pier too.

U R killin me Mike cant get the boat out of the fairgrounds until Wednesday then 1 day to get ready to go. Will be in the slip in St Joe by Thursday afternoon or Friday Morning.

Great job on the Ho's.

Mike (supertramp) Chamberlin

Boat name (MC2):)

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