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    Got all setup by 7:15 this morning. Trolled from 90 to 150 FOW between Shells Pier and Bronte... Lost a couple maybe 3 but managed to bring in 5 I think, 3 shakers and 2 youngers..... Nice calm morning, found most fish down between 45-60 ft down.... Used a spoon on one rigger and a spin doctor and fly on the other rigger.... The 3 shakers all came on the spin doctor 45ft down.





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    Beautiful, never fished big water like that.
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    WTG again Frank, you really got it dialed in

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    Nice catch!

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    Hate to advertise my ignorance, but what kind of fish is that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharon View Post
    Hate to advertise my ignorance, but what kind of fish is that?
    They are salmon, chinooks I believe...They can grow to an impressive size in 4 years, 30lbs or more
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    Quote Originally Posted by fratri View Post
    They are salmon, chinooks I believe...They can grow to an impressive size in 4 years, 30lbs or more
    Its sometimes hard to tell with a juvenile fish, you are correct, black gums = Chinook. 10-20lbs is the best eating size.

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