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Fished the surf Friday morning wind was blowing hard out of the west. We were 7 for 8. All fish were caught using fresh king spawn IMG_3933.JPGIMG_3928.JPGIMG_3932.JPGIMG_3931.JPGIMG_3929.JPG

 

 

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Believe it or not she only goes after the pyramid sinkers it’s like the fish isn’t even there. Dogs are funny like that!!!


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Thats funny. Hard on the teeth. Ha!

I am heading out right now. Trolling the beach from Frankfort to Arcadia. I had to pick the coldest morning (23 degrees here in Traverse City). Will report.


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Best report I've seen in a long time.  Thanks for sharing.

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I’ve always wanted to troll the beaches in the fall time. Every time I bring my boat and try it’s blowing 25+ .
Let me know how you do and good luck be safe!!!


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Well, nothing significant to report. A few guys were on the north and south piers. Couldn’t tell if they were doing any good. Didn’t see any movement or nets swinging.

We launch at 1000 headed with the wind south with a 6 line spread. 3 flatlines, a 2, 3, and 5 color. 3 bodybaits and 3 DW super slim spoons. We zig zagged from 30’ to 50’ on the way to Arcadia. Caught on 15” coho and released.

We headed back north into the wind and had two good rips with no one home and a third questionable rip and run. Best marks came on the 60’ and 63’ contours, but nothing really biting.


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Good to know Three Dogs. My boat is in storage already. Frankfort's my home port though, might keep it out a little longer next year. Hope to get out on the pier or surf a bit.

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