Blessed to get together with my Nephew on his boat and enjoy some great fellowship, fishing, and weather. We started fishing about 8:30 with slight fog and calm waters. I was using Elgin Fishing God's Tooth spoons and he used his diamond flash spinners tipped with worm. We were both using the God's tooth prototype dodgers. Excited to mention as a side note that I am planning to have a limited amount of the dodgers available for our customers this year! I will post on our FB page, website, and a couple other sites when and where they can be purchased.
God blessed with 9 fish total which consisted of 8 cutts and 1 coho ( coho must be fin clipped and at least 12 inches). We thought we had our limit but miscounted by 1! Better to be short than over. Lots of midges rising and saw a crowd of birds near the middle of the lake. Most of our fish came at 20' with a couple of hookups at the surface. We trolled mainly about 1.5 mph and the barometric pressure was about 29.54.
Fishing today was never red hot so we had to work for them. The fish were scattered in the water column and we never saw any large pods on the fish finder. We did have a period where the bite was off for maybe a couple of hours. Perseverance and changing presentations was helpful. We finished up about 2:00.
Nice to see guide Paul Lewis out there as well! Captain Paul guided his clients to another day of limits! Can't recommend highly enough Fast Action Fishing Adventures to get you on the fish. Big kudos to my Nephew for getting us on the fish and an enjoyable time!!!
The video below shows some of the action for the day and wishing all tight lines!
The Elgin Fishing God's Tooth lure has reversible, dual action that cause erratic and varied movements leading to more fish strikes! Great on trout, kokanee, and more!
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