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Boren (King County) Fishing Report
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My name is Danny Stonedahl and I have been fishing the rivers in Whatcom and Skagit counties for many years. I am determined to get clients into fish and share all of my knoweldge so that they can apply it to their own fishing experiences. Main fisheries include Skagit River Springers, Coho and Steelhead, Cascade River Steelhead and Coastal River Opportunities.
Name: TMBob Date: January 02, 2017 Rating:
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Was back at Boren today after a short day of work. Pretty darn cold today no doubt about it. Caught one fish today which was a very nice 13" Cutt which was the largest taken from this lake so far for me since I started fishing there two months ago.

Caught this one reeling in for a bait check. Strong hit so I waited a few seconds and started to reel again and wham I nailed this one. Since it took on the take I has able to hook it in the roof of the mouth and release it. This was the first fish that I nailed on the reel in. About 33% of the hits that I get at this lake are in the reel in but I have missed all of them till today.

For some reason my pics from Sunday did not show up so I posted the today. Really interested in feedback on what I found in the stomach of one of the Cutts from yesterday.

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#1 afk says:
January 02, 2017 07:36 PM
Not uncommon at all. Anywhere rubber worms are fished they get consumed.
#2 darincoleman22 says:
January 02, 2017 10:45 PM
I caught a trout in beaver lake that had a 1/2 a senko and a hazel nut in its guts.
#3 cobrar543 says:
January 03, 2017 08:05 AM
Pulled a 6 inch fat worm out of a 12 inch fish a few years back on Cavanaugh.
January 03, 2017 11:19 AM
double tail grub. Thanks for the report
#5 wafisherman20 says:
January 07, 2017 04:39 PM
drove past the lake while passing thru Renton and saw it was frozen over so i had to stop. turns out it frozen nearly 3 inches around the dock at the park... were you fishing thru the ice? nice fish!
tight lines
#6 TMBob says:
January 07, 2017 05:15 PM
No wafisherman20,

The ice was just forming on the South End of the lake the last day I was there, which was Monday afternoon. I had to deal with some floating chunks just a small amount of time as it drifted into my area in which I was casting into.

Ice fishing any Western Lake would be really cool, but I have no experience when it comes to dealing with the thickness of the ice let alone fishing thru it.
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