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I think every body of water is a little differant as to what works best , also that time of year it will depend on water temp . bright colors and going as slow as possible might be a good starting point . Trolling fast for salmon seems to produce lots of little ones but differant tactics might be needed for lunkers .
Where do you plan to fish and how slow can ya go ??
I can get down to .7-.8 seeking flat ground around wolfeboro i guess.
if you can find a sandy bottom shoal 20 to 40 feet deep with deeper water around it, a black flatfish or big sutton spoon skipping off the bottom is killer on togue. .6 mph to 1.1 mph handlining while jigging works wonders, you wont catch many salmon with this technique. this works may into june, try sebago, the big shoal east of the nw river and get them out of my lake
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