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With the buoy showing a water temp on bottom of 67.4 degrees, I'd say they are gonna be deep.

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Go deep 130 in the morning or so and work west. Any where from 50 and down. I'm going out out of Grand Haven tomorrow morning in a small tournament. Get me a shout out on the radio. C D Marie or Buster. I'm starting in 130 and working west.

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Matt, fell free to call us in the am also. We are starting in 80 fow, and working west, North of port.

Call name Nailer on 68.

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the holand bouy is rite.it would be best to go deep 180 plus thats were the fish have been taken this week.

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Yup the fish were out deep. Herd a lot of reports 200+ Fow 80- 120 down on the riggers. Bloody nose seemed to be the spoon

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Slow for us this morning, Went 1 for 3. First release was early in 100 FOW but nobody home. Second was in 175 FOW on a paddle/fly down at 150. That fish got farmed. Last fish was in 180 FOW as we were bringing up the same UV paddle/fly.

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Yup the fish were out deep. Herd a lot of reports 200+ Fow 80- 120 down on the riggers. Bloody nose seemed to be the spoon

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Took a ride on the PB&J this morning and we were able to knock down 10 fish out deep 220-250fow riggers parked at 130 and divers on 2 setting back 220-240' Fish seemed to like anything green on big paddles for us.

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The boat I fish on (Draggin Balls II} went out this morning to 330 fow & went 11 for 17. I had to work but the bills need to be paid. An AM trip is on for tomorrow and I'm assuming the same game plan. 17 miles out makes for a long ride back.

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