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Planning to head offshore tomorrow as the weather forecast is really nice.  Will probably drop in at about 250+/- fow.  Might go deeper.  If anyone is also going to be out there, let me know.  Or give me a shout on the radio - Channel 68, boat name King Possible.

 

Supposed to be flat.

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Planning to head offshore tomorrow as the weather forecast is really nice.  Will probably drop in at about 250+/- fow.  Might go deeper.  If anyone is also going to be out there, let me know.  Or give me a shout on the radio - Channel 68, boat name King Possible.

 

Supposed to be flat.

Good luck! I’m planning to head out that deep in Sunday afternoon.

 

 

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Planning to head offshore tomorrow as the weather forecast is really nice.  Will probably drop in at about 250+/- fow.  Might go deeper.  If anyone is also going to be out there, let me know.  Or give me a shout on the radio - Channel 68, boat name King Possible.
 
Supposed to be flat.

I’m going out of Muskegon tomorrow. I’ll probably run out deep too. Get away from the crowds. Good luck.


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I'm running same depth out of muskegon tomorrow as well, plan on launching real late to my normal standards, have the wife coming, at 1030 or so then figured I'd run north at west to 230 and set down. good luck out there.

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Fished from 7:30am-11:00, 9-14. Shot out to 260 today. Found a pod of fish, but only got one rip on a meat rig. Fish were 55-80 down. I only had a three rod spread. Made several patterned passes, but I couldn't get any hookups. Went thru a slew of baits. Slowed trolled back to 185 fow the last hour, with very few Marks. Picked up and came in. Good luck maybe the bigger bunch was farther out. Lake was like glass. Surface temp was 69.

 

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I am heading out of whitehall in the AM, was going to run out to 300’ and then drop. Hoping for some jumpers. Will be the last trip for the year. Will be on 68 as well. Boat name Gezellig.


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Planning to head offshore tomorrow as the weather forecast is really nice.  Will probably drop in at about 250+/- fow.  Might go deeper.  If anyone is also going to be out there, let me know.  Or give me a shout on the radio - Channel 68, boat name King Possible.
 
Supposed to be flat.


I'm planning on going out of Holland tomorrow afternoon. Let me know how you do.

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Went 2-3 in 265 fow.  Diver back 200 with a flasher fly took both fish.  Lost one on a 200 copper.  Coho & a large lake trout.

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Skunked off Saugatuck.  8-30'.  Can't work the plume since throttle jockeys think that 100' visibility and the fog horn going off means go 40.  Air horn out.

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Skunked off Saugatuck.  8-30'.  Can't work the plume since throttle jockeys think that 100' visibility and the fog horn going off means go 40.  Air horn out.

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Two sheep.  Was sure one was a king as it tore 200' of drag against 25# test.  Side hooked about 6#.

 

 

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Went out to 350’ and went 4 for 4 yesterday. Got a steelhead and a coho on mag dipsey set on 2. 144’ back with green dot white crush spinnie and proctologist fly. 351 fow. Another steelie on a Downrigger 67’ down Blue flounder pounder. 295 fow. Last fish was a small king. Green pro troll and pickled sunshine fly on a rigger down 85’. Released him. Beautiful day out there.


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