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Holland 7/25 Mid-Day 7 for 7


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Fished with Tom from Water Dog mid-day.  Set lines close to 2:00 somewhere around 140FOW, 4 riggers, 2 wire divers, no long lines.  Outer riggers set with blue silver J-plug & spotted green spinny / proctologist fly 115' down.  Inner riggers, SW tipped with wonderbread Brad's cut plug & herring oil down 140' and light line rod with mag frozen seagull down 125'.  Mag dipsy with blue holographic spinny / blue bubble fly out 200' and std. dipsey + mag ring out 210' with spoons, stopped the rotation at std. size frozen seagull.  The probe down 115' was still at 63 degrees so we pushed out to deeper water.  Just past 200FOW we got action.  Mag frozen seagull on light line took a big laker that stayed down forcing us to clear lines on the SB side to bring it in the boat.  There was a steelhead jumping out of the water behind the LT we were pulling in that we eventually figured out was on the SW rig.  Boated that and two more SH came immediately on the J-plug and the blue bubble fly.  At that time we had zero lines in the water and were in 235FOW.  Got everything back down, turned around and the two dipseys took back to back kings under 10#.  Coming back into about 195FOW the blue bubble fly on the dipsey got hit again with another SH.  After about an hour and a half of non-stop action it all came to a halt.  Pulled lines near 6:00 and came in.  Went 7 for 7 with 1 LT, 4 SH and 2 kings.  5 of the 6 rods took fish.  No big kings this trip but plenty of fun!

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Fished with Tom from Water Dog mid-day.  Set lines close to 2:00 somewhere around 140FOW, 4 riggers, 2 wire divers, no long lines.  Outer riggers set with blue silver J-plug & spotted green spinny / proctologist fly 115' down.  Inner riggers, SW tipped with wonderbread Brad's cut plug & herring oil down 140' and light line rod with mag frozen seagull down 125'.  Mag dipsy with blue holographic spinny / blue bubble fly out 200' and std. dipsey + mag ring out 210' with spoons, stopped the rotation at std. size frozen seagull.  The probe down 115' was still at 63 degrees so we pushed out to deeper water.  Just past 200FOW we got action.  Mag frozen seagull on light line took a big laker that stayed down forcing us to clear lines on the SB side to bring it in the boat.  There was a steelhead jumping out of the water behind the LT we were pulling in that we eventually figured out was on the SW rig.  Boated that and two more SH came immediately on the J-plug and the blue bubble fly.  At that time we had zero lines in the water and were in 235FOW.  Got everything back down, turned around and the two dipseys took back to back kings under 10#.  Coming back into about 195FOW the blue bubble fly on the dipsey got hit again with another SH.  After about an hour and a half of non-stop action it all came to a halt.  Pulled lines near 6:00 and came in.  Went 7 for 7 with 1 LT, 4 SH and 2 kings.  5 of the 6 rods took fish.  No big kings this trip but plenty of fun!
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Sounds like a blast! Nice work and thank you for the great report!


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