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Boren Fishing Report

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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1/2/2017 7:36 PM
Not uncommon at all. Anywhere rubber worms are fished they get consumed.
1/2/2017 10:45 PM
I caught a trout in beaver lake that had a 1/2 a senko and a hazel nut in its guts.
1/3/2017 8:05 AM
Pulled a 6 inch fat worm out of a 12 inch fish a few years back on Cavanaugh.
Bent hook pontoon
1/3/2017 11:19 AM
double tail grub. Thanks for the report
1/7/2017 4:39 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
1/7/2017 5:15 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.