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Charlie & Gail
Charlie & Gail
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FISHING REPORT
9/28/14 6:12 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Finally got back to Port today, fished about 4 hours, 8 for 9 with 4 drive-by's. 6 Rainbows and 2 smaller Lakers, biggest bow was 9 lbs, nice fish. Started at 180 fow to 330, best depth was between 280 and 310. Green/Gold Stinger spoons and Orange Stingers on 3, 4, 5 color caught most, F/F's caught 2 on Riggers down 54 and 100. Lake was so calm you could have had a canoe out at 330 ft, although I would never suggest that. Between Bow season going on now (Gail already has one in the freezer so far) and Duck hunting opening this weekend I'm thinking we're done for the year. What a great way to finish it out!

Charlie

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J B
J B
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9/10/14 7:11 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Late report. Fished Sunday morning. Got started before 5am. Started around 100 fow. Didn't make a thing until 170 fow. Had one drive by in that area. Trolled all the way out to 300 fow. Very few marks. Most between 170-220. Fired up the motor and headed back to 200 and trolled in. Lucky got on some fish around 170 fow again. Picked up two lakers and a stealhead. Lost one other fish near 170 ending 3/5. We also ran in and trolled near the pier heads, without a bump. Couldn't buy a bite on spoons. All hits on flasher flies. Off the water around noon. Seemed like mixed reviews at the landing again. Some dark and silver kings at the cleaning station. Still without a king this year. Another decent trip though. Hopefully this change in weather will do something to improve the bite. I'm hoping to get out one more time.

JOHN SCHULTZ
JOHN SCHULTZ
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9/8/14 8:02 AM CST
Fished Sunday noon to 8:00. Only had 2 guys so ran 6 rods. 2 riggers, 2 wire dipsy rods, and 2 lead of various lengths. 2 kings, 1 LT, 1 brown, 1 bow, and 1 coho. Lost a solid fish on the wire dipsy right at dark. The LT and the brown went back. Fished 130 to 250. Flasher fly did the most damage. Brown and LT came on spoons.


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Charlie & Gail
Charlie & Gail
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9/7/14 3:54 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
Out this morning from 4:30 to 10:00, 4 for 5, 3 Lakers, 1 Rainbow, Lost a screamer when the knot broke on a Dipsy rod. Didn't catch a fish until almost 9:00 AM. Started south in 40 fow, marked fish out to 277. Turned back in toward Port and caught those 4 between 250 and 180 fow. Pretty morning, lake got better all morning, had a little bird rest on the bow for a while. General opinion seems to be the full moon has them feeding all night. We drove over a large-long bait ball at about 120-130 fow and there were absolutely NO arches around it, and it was a good 5 minutes long of driving through it, but not a bite.

Probably go another weekend or two and that'll be it for '14. I'm thinking less about fishing and more about Bow and Duck hunting all the time Wink

Charlie

philliper
philliper
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Joined: 12/31/2006
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9/6/14 8:07 PM CST
If you lost a board recently north of port please message me to describe and I will try to get it back to you.

danomac
danomac
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Joined: 9/11/2013
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9/6/14 7:52 PM CST
Looking to go out next weekend can't catch a fish to save my life if there is any one that would like to show me the ropes you can have the fish ..... I have dipy divers flashers trolling poles and of corse the boat so if you would like a day out on the water and will show me the ropes leave me a message

J B
J B
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9/6/14 7:24 PM CST
Headed out early in the morning. Hoping to find our first kings of the year. Been catching some lake trout or stealhead on the few summer trips that we've made. Looking for some silver fish away from the gap. Anyone have any suggestions on baits, depth to start or general dirction to head out. PM if you would like. Thanks!

CAPT. MARK CASSIDY
CAPT. MARK CASSIDY
Joined: 3/9/2011
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FISHING REPORT
9/6/14 2:34 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Went out this morning, ran same program as yesterday. Went 8-18 and had three of the biggest browns of the year a 19lb.,17lb., and a 14lber. Thanks again to John, Carol and crew, nice catch!!!

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Charlie & Gail
Charlie & Gail
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9/6/14 11:53 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Water Temp: 46° - 50° F
Went out at 4:30 AM, started fishing as we left the harbor, ran NE to 150 fow. Nothing. Barely marked any fish. Water was 46 in the harbor, got all the way up to 48 at 150 ft. Then the two young guys we had with us started to turn green from the left over rolls out of the NE. Got back to the launch at 6:30. Seemed like many started in and fished out like we did, but there were at least 6 boats running out deep as we were picking up gear to head in. Don't know how far out you have to go to get warmer water on top, my guess is 250 to 300(?). Saw 39* water at 58 ft in 100 fow.

Breakfast was good! Back at it tomorrow AM.

Charlie

CAPT. MARK CASSIDY
CAPT. MARK CASSIDY
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9/5/14 11:44 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny
Went out this morning, worked harbor out to about 40ft. Noticed the further I went South the colder it got so I turned and came back. Caught 12 and threw a couple back that weren't hooked bad and missed some others. Riggers with spoons worked best this morning. Thanks again to Rob and the guy's, nice catch.

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Red Rider
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9/4/14 3:07 PM CST
Only managed a couple nice silver 4 yr olds but I did find somebodys gear at the cleaning station when I came in late morning, I can help you get it back.

CAPT. MARK CASSIDY
CAPT. MARK CASSIDY
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FISHING REPORT
9/3/14 11:32 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 61° - 65° F
Wet out this morning, helped a friend on his charter. Had a great morning. We were in early with a 2-man limit of 10. We also let two lake trout go and had a total of 21 bites. Best depth was 150-220ft. flashers and flies on riggers and dipsy's worked best.


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CMT-Tackle
CMT-Tackle
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Joined: 5/31/2011
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9/2/14 10:42 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 46° - 50° F
Beautiful night on the lake tonight. Went 4 for 6 tonight inside of 60 FOW, all kings. All spoons on leadcore off of boards, 1 color and 2 color both were excellent. Ran solo, so also ran a downrigger with the boards that didn't get touched. Best spoon was a green/black spoon with an orange ladder back on the 1 color. VERY cold water around the harbor (47-51 degrees) and I have to believe the morning bite has to be good right now. Can't make it out for the rest of the week -- best of luck to everyone else!

It was nice to see that everyone seemed to handle the intermittent fog tonight. There was a stretch where visibility really got lousy, then cleared back up. I know I got closer to a couple of boats than I usually would but it seemed everyone was understanding.

FountainCO
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9/2/14 6:56 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 56° - 60° F
Went out this morning 5:30am. Caught 3 (2 small Kings and 1 Rainbow). Had a nice 4 yr old jump off. Most action on F/Squid and F/F. 25-240 FOW. Lines between 15 and 60 ft down. Try again tomorrow morning.

hunter53089
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9/2/14 12:20 PM CST
Nice catch Mark. What depth of water are you fishing?

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