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Well I didn't get up at 3:45 a.m. like I wanted to, but I did get lines in the water by 7:00. Got a nice 21# king and lost a smaller one at the boat. The one I got hit on a bigger Agent Orange Moonshine spoon down 80' on the rigger. The one I lost (coho I think) was my first hit on the new weighted steel line I'm trying this year. It was 200' w/s off a planer, pulling a Salmon Candy UV blue flasher with a bluish Moonshine fly w/blue glow blade. I set lines in 110 fow out front of the harbor and stayed pretty much between that and 130'. The hits were in 120' and 125'. I noticed the temp was around 50-51° at 75'. Yesterday, when I trolled north, it was only mid 40s to about 60 down. Again, a lot of dead baitfish floating. Tried one on a meat rig for a half hour or so but switched to a spoon after I got the king. It got windy and I pulled lines at 9:45. It felt good to get the skunk out of the box this year. IMG_20220609_082432706_HDR.jpg

 

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Beautiful fish! We are going to have an exciting summer. Thanks for the report. Keep us updated on how the weighted steel line works for you.
Clyde
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