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Fished 6:30 to 9:30 am.  Worked WNW from 120 fow out to 180 fow and then back in on a ESE into 85 fow.

1-4.  Picked up a 7 lb laker.  Other three hits were likely salmon.  One was really big and straightened out 2 points of a treble hook.

160 fow (WNW troll) - Mag Diver on 2 with 8" MI Stinger Green Jeans Flasher and riverside fly back 189.  0-1 (big king)

165 fow (ESE troll) - Mag Diver on 1.5 with Hammer Time 10" Spin Doctor 1-1 (laker)

145 fow (ESE troll) - Downrigger 89 ft down - 8" Pro King Mt Dew Scum Line Flasher with Frosted Phil fly (chartreuce & flashabou).  0-1 (coho?, smaller  king?)

120 fow (ESE troll) - Downrigger 89 ft down - 8" Pro King Mt Dew Scum Line Flasher with Frosted Phil fly (chartreuce & flashabou).  0-1 (big release, no one home)

Waves were pretty tight coming out of the ESE leading to limited acceptable trolling directions for us.

Didn't mark many fish in the cold water (55 degrees or colder) where we had most our lines.  Lots of marks in the 70-60 degree water.

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Fished 6:30 to 9:30 am.  Worked WNW from 120 fow out to 180 fow and then back in on a ESE into 85 fow.
1-4.  Picked up a 7 lb laker.  Other three hits were likely salmon.  One was really big and straightened out 2 points of a treble hook.
160 fow (WNW troll) - Mag Diver on 2 with 8" MI Stinger Green Jeans Flasher and riverside fly back 189.  0-1 (big king)
165 fow (ESE troll) - Mag Diver on 1.5 with Hammer Time 10" Spin Doctor 1-1 (laker)
145 fow (ESE troll) - Downrigger 89 ft down - 8" Pro King Mt Dew Scum Line Flasher with Frosted Phil fly (chartreuce & flashabou).  0-1 (coho?, smaller  king?)
120 fow (ESE troll) - Downrigger 89 ft down - 8" Pro King Mt Dew Scum Line Flasher with Frosted Phil fly (chartreuce & flashabou).  0-1 (big release, no one home)
Waves were pretty tight coming out of the ESE leading to limited acceptable trolling directions for us.
Didn't mark many fish in the cold water (55 degrees or colder) where we had most our lines.  Lots of marks in the 70-60 degree water.

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