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Fished 120-135 fow tonite . Two nice Lakers 10 ft of bottom with lake trout candy sd and blue chrome/ yellow laker taker. Tons of bait and fish but a tough bite. Had six lines dedicated to the silver fish but no takers.

 

 

 

 

 

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Thks.

I’ll be out a few more times.

Saw guy last week at fish cleaning had 4 smaller lakers he got in 120’ and one guy in small boat got a dark king in the river.

It Il Do charter is running 4 boards n 2 riggers up n down the river and heard that day they had 2 rips but no one home.

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Thks.
I’ll be out a few more times.
Saw guy last week at fish cleaning had 4 smaller lakers he got in 120’ and one guy in small boat got a dark king in the river.
It Il Do charter is running 4 boards n 2 riggers up n down the river and heard that day they had 2 rips but no one home.

Do you fish for immature kings and steelhead in October? If so how deep do you go ? Never fished that late on the year but I hear it can be good fishing


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I fished the morning on the 19th, marked a few large fish in the river on the way out, fished for silver fish all morning, nothing. Marked a lot of bait fish in the 45 to 100 fow.  Also was marking  fish at 45 to 60 in 160 fow.

 

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Ditchmafia: I live here now so will be my first fall fishing here. if I get out this week or next I’ll run some high  lines in the river and around the pier heads. Then run out to  maybe 50-130’. Covering top to mid water for steelies and down  to 80’ or so for maybe some 3 yr old kings. 
Most  of steelies  we caught this yr were 40-60’ down.

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Deep:

10/9 Holland 215 DR   190' NK 28 Mixed Veggies       Stand Up 91 116 78% 465  
10/9 Holland 215 PB 5 color 190' Size 3 J plug Silver pickle   Steelie 9   91 115 79% 474  
10/9 Holland 215 PB 5 color 190' Mini Streak Orange crush   Steelie 8   92 117 79% 482  
10/9 Holland 215 PB 225/45 Cu 190' Nailer Watermelon   Steelie   Lost 92 118 78% 482  
10/9 Holland 215 DR 1 color 190' Nailer Bloody Nose   Steelie 6   93 119 78% 488  
10/9 Holland 215 DR   200' NK 28 Mixed Veggies   Steelie   Lost 93 120 78% 488  
10/9 Holland 215 PB 5 color 200' Mini Streak Orange crush   Steelie 6   94 121 78% 494  
10/9 Holland 215 DR   200 NK 28 Mixed veggies   Steelie 7   95 122 78% 501  
10/9 Holland 215 PB 5 color 220' Mini Streak Orange crush   Steelie 5   96 123 78% 506  

 

Or not:

11/6 Holland 215 DR   15' Jr. Flutterdevle Hammered silver / orange   Steelie   Lost 96 124 77% 506  
11/6 Holland 215 PB   15' J-9 rapala Orange   Coho 1   97 125 78% 507  
11/6 Holland 215 PB   15' J-9 rapala Orange   Steelie   Lost 97 126 77% 507  
11/6 Holland 215 PB 1 color 15' DW LD Alphonse   Brown 2   98 127 77% 509  

 

10/21 Holland 14 PB   8' Thin Fish Red w/ black squiggles   Steelie 8 Released 171 236 72% 1256  
                               
                               
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Looks like I need to keep a journal like FBD.  Very helpful year to year i bet.   I've got a couple of trips left in me.  Thanks for the info guys!

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I run mine in Excel and can sort / filter or pivot chart by any column.  Most handy and I've used it to shut down more than one person that's called bs on a post.

One thing with steel late in the year.  Find one hit that area hard.  

 

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Trying to remember what year I had 1256# on 171 fish in October.  Usually add a couple hundred more # in Lakers if we can get out from Thanksgiving to New Years.

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