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Knowing it’s been very slow in close we went out to 220 before setting up. Ran mostly flasher/flies and meat rigs. Ended up 4 for 5, 2 steelhead, a nice laker and a nice coho. All hits came on a West troll and between 230-250 FOW. Meat rigs ran were all Musslehead: Blue Bubble, Ain’t No Joke. Fly was a Glass Alewife Fireflies behind a 10 in white UV with green dots Spin Dr. Also got the larger steelhead on a Green Lightning 4 in Silver Horde. Beautiful day out there and it was flat calm and hot.

 

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Knowing it’s been very slow in close we went out to 220 before setting up. Ran mostly flasher/flies and meat rigs. Ended up 4 for 5, 2 steelhead, a nice laker and a nice coho. All hits came on a West troll and between 230-250 FOW. Meat rigs ran were all Musslehead: Blue Bubble, Ain’t No Joke. Fly was a Glass Alewife Fireflies behind a 10 in white UV with green dots Spin Dr. Also got the larger steelhead on a Green Lightning 4 in Silver Horde. Beautiful day out there and it was flat calm and hot.
 
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I forgot to add this picture. There were many monarch butterflies out around 240 FOW as well. Pretty cool and man the surface temp was so warm out there!



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nice work! boy you were a long ways out

Thanks! Yes we were, it’s nice to be able to actually get a calm day to do that!


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last night mt buddy pulled a 26lber out of the mud right in front of Saugatuck - after Friday I told myself I need to just be done for the year but man its hard knowing the beasts are still out there! problem too now is I think water is warming along the shore which ought to bring any bite to a grinding halt...

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last night mt buddy pulled a 26lber out of the mud right in front of Saugatuck - after Friday I told myself I need to just be done for the year but man its hard knowing the beasts are still out there! problem too now is I think water is warming along the shore which ought to bring any bite to a grinding halt...

Yup, we went out there as we knew we’d find fish, do every time out deep.


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I forgot to add this picture. There were many monarch butterflies out around 240 FOW as well. Pretty cool and man the surface temp was so warm out there!



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We had a monarch fly around us in circles for 2 hours on Saturday. Pretty cool. We also went deep.


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