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I'm gonna start by diamond and rattlesnake and see how that goes. I think I'll try by little mark island if my first spot isn't producing. What about you?
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Well i was thinking the same area... depending on weather and wind conditions... I'm only in a small old 16' 1964 starcraft.. it can get pretty rough out there.. But maybe i'll see ya!
Good luck out there!
Just want to say thanks to Matt P for taking me out on saturday. Nice to see various techniques and fish other parts of the lake. Had a pretty good morning with 8 salmon on the boat, only 2 with any decent size. The hot lure was pink and green with black dots at about 40 feet on the riggers, nothing came on lead. The bite came a bit later than usual for me starting at about 7 and was hot until about 830.
You guys caught some fish huh? i went out all day monday with no results... what were you guys using for streamers or metal?? any certain colors triggering bites? my ushuall stuff was not working.. i'm hoping to get a few more before the season ends..
we caught most of our fish between 35 and 45 ft on the rigger but also caught one and missed another at 7 colors on the lead. Most were caught on a green and pink sppon with black dots. That probably caught 75 percent of our fish. The streamers were orange and yellow on one and blue and black on another. If it makes you feel any better I pretty much got skunked on sunday. I tried everything in my arsenal to no avail. I'm goin up the last wekend this month. If ur interested in goin just let me know.
Thanks for the info matt, Yeah maybe the pink and green is were its at but my normal streamers were not working... Firesmelt streamers worked all year for me but the last couple times out the produced nothing... I'm going out early tomorrow morning... i wont be able to join you for the last weekend because i have my 2 year old son for the weekend.. couple more years and i'll be taking him out with me..
I think this time of year you will have trouble finding them where you normally do, they are in pre-spawn mode or will be very soon, not that hungry and not in the real deep water.
The yearlings will still be where they have been all year, so stay away from there as ther most likely will be no older fish there with them.
Try Elacoya or other areas with incoming streams, they will be cruising the shoreline looking for these streams.