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    Well decided to brave the heat today with temps hitting 31 C and feeling like 36 C i ventured into the bush to fish brook trout landed 2 today and both went back to live another day.I fished 2 hours in the mid day sun and then got the hell out of there the sun was a killer but the fish were biting !!!!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVcj6PjxpAQ&t=16s

    Here is the short video and a pic !!!post-8-1563645919.jpg
    https://www.youtube.com/user/MrStang30250

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    Just curious as to what depth you were trolling at to get the fish to hit. The areas that I use to fish the thermocline would normally set up between 16 - 18 feet during the summer months...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bo D View Post
    Just curious as to what depth you were trolling at to get the fish to hit. The areas that I use to fish the thermocline would normally set up between 16 - 18 feet during the summer months...
    Your pretty close to what i fish i'm 17 to 25 feet
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    Are you using lead core, steel line, or a bell sinker off of a swivel. Nice when you can locate them during the summer. I've also taken them up shallow first thing in the morning or evening when they come up to feed. Especially when the weather has been consistent for 3 - 5 days and they get into a regular feeding pattern...
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    Very nice Sparky. Your videos are always a treat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bo D View Post
    Are you using lead core, steel line, or a bell sinker off of a swivel. Nice when you can locate them during the summer. I've also taken them up shallow first thing in the morning or evening when they come up to feed. Especially when the weather has been consistent for 3 - 5 days and they get into a regular feeding pattern...
    ! oz lead weight mono line.
    https://www.youtube.com/user/MrStang30250

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    Good stuff. Thanks for the response.
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