Friday, July 20, 2012

A Mexican Fishing Fiesta

Last night, I took out my friends from Mexico, Efren and Leo. Dave also made it out and Paul was first mate. We fished from 6 to 9 pm. The heat finally broke and there were strong NE winds last night making it difficult to keep a heading. Fortunately, the fish were cooperating and biting on any direction of troll. We did well in 110 to 140 FOW ending the night 5 for 8, with 4 nice sized Kings and 1 big Steelhead. The Lead Lines and Flies were hot last night and the riggers were slow with only one hit.

The same lures keep working for me. The All-Stars have been a small white/silver pro-king spoon, a Magnum LemonBerry spoon, a home-spun gold/white fly, and a green mirage type of fly. I've been running the flies 140 to 160 back on dipsys set on 1.

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1 comment:

  1. A sudden change in the weather does have an affect on fish behavior. I have yet to fish on Lake Michigan, but I am looking forward to visiting it.

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