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Whitehall 6/30pm, and 7/1 am.

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I took my wife up to Whitehall to visit my friend Doug. Naturally we brought the boat along.

After a late dinner at the Old Channel Inn, we got on the water. We set lines around 8:30 and went 4/10 by dark.

Sunday am we got out to 110 fow north of port around 6:30, and had fish going instantly (love it when the fish strike while creeping out the first diver).

We ran a North troll, with a spread of a 300 45# copper, 300' 32# copper (with spoons), diver with SD, fly, and rigger on each side.

When we would go over a pocket of fish, the rods where firing as fast as we could get them back down. Doubles, and 2 triples where the norm.

We ended the morning at 9:30 going 15/20+? with 8 steel, and 7 kings.

If I had to guess at the best set up, it would be the 300' 32# bloodrun, and a DW Coyote standard size.

All the fish came from 60-80' down, and in 108-120 fow, North of port.

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1 small king went back to get bigger.

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Thanks for the report Ken. Sounds like we were in the same water with you by Whitehall. We ended up 17 for about 30. Crazy how many times we had a hit on a rod then nobody home. I'm sorry to say we farmed out our share also. Not much action on the dipseys but the copper and the riggers took lots of hits.

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Good job Ken!! wish i knew how to post pics got a few nice ones from sunday's trip!! Sure is fun out there right now.. Finally got our 2 man limit!! First time this year

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