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We went on a recon mission to 200 feet of water well North out of Muskegon today. We trolled south for at least 2 miles before heading into shallower water. When we hit the 12 line we headed straight east. We then had two hits in 55 feet of water at around 11 o'clock. A shaker king off a rigger down 40 that we released on a magnum flounder pounder and a steelhead on an orange X rap on a 3 color. We marked those fish on the way out but had heard they had lock jaw. We could hear guys on the radio all morning sounded as if it was very slow. I think if we had stayed in shallow and picked away At them we could have had a okay day. There was a fair amount of marks between 55 and 95 feet of water But we had had enough.

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Sounds like we got a little lucky fishing from 6 AM until 11 AM. Started in 80 feet of water first thing and fished from 80 feet of water to 120 feet of water and ended up 6 for 8. Two fish 60 feet down with a mag blue dolphin On a downrigger. Two fish on a dipsey with a UV green Flasher and UV green fly Set to run 80 feet down. Two fish on a full-core with purple mag spoon. After 930 the fish shut down and we tried out deep into 220 but couldn't get anything going.

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Welcome aboard Alex.

My son was mating on a charter boat in Grand Haven, and said it was slow for them also.

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Thanks Alex , It's been a lil rough out of Musk lately, and I dont mean the waves. Hope it picks up soon.

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