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We started off in 240 fow of water off the project and trolled SW out to 450fow.    Went a long ways until our first bite after sunrise but we lost that one.  Around 400 fow, we boated a double and then a 3rd so we turned around and worked that spot for a while with no more hits.   Ended up 3 for 5.   Had a warbler visit us for a while in the boat.    Fished came on DW super slim 2 face on a rigger down 60.  A high diver with a kevin's girlfriend and pickled sunshine fly out 200ft and  blue bubble spin doctor and fly on a hi diver out 180.

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We started off in 240 fow of water off the project and trolled SW out to 450fow.    Went a long ways until our first bite after sunrise but we lost that one.  Around 400 fow, we boated a double and then a 3rd so we turned around and worked that spot for a while with no more hits.   Ended up 3 for 5.   Had a warbler visit us for a while in the boat.    Fished came on DW super slim 2 face on a rigger down 60.  A high diver with a kevin's girlfriend and pickled sunshine fly out 200ft and  blue bubble spin doctor and fly on a hi diver out 180.
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We had one visit us for over an hour on Saturday out of whitehall. The kids were actually petting it!!! We called him lucky because at one point he moved to one of our low diver rods and no sooner did he do that and the rod went off. He then hung out on the front rail until we pulled gear and left. Do they migrate from Wisconsin or something? I thought it was really cool and he was obviously tired. IMG_4115.JPG


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I was fishing Saturday in front of Kenosha and had 2 of the birds join us 16 miles offshore. One of them stayed in the boat the whole trip eating all the spiders and bugs he could find. I hand fed him 2 big Orb Weaver spiders, which was really cool, and he stayed on board for most of the run back to shore.

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