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    Default Hard Luck Video Link 17 Feb

    For those that are interested how we fish for Lakers. Yes the electronics show some fish marking below 130 feet, we were fishing about 145 feet depth.


    http://www.trophy-clips.com/view_vid...fc7f1e88812af3
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    Great times! Good job with the video. I did not realize we filmed that much. I need an upgrade!

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    Wow! those are some awsesome fish fellas. You guys are on the spot for sure... Helluva kool video. Keepem cmo ..."fisho

    Quote Originally Posted by JediMasterSalmonSlayer View Post
    For those that are interested how we fish for Lakers. Yes the electronics show some fish marking below 130 feet, we were fishing about 145 feet depth.


    http://www.trophy-clips.com/view_vid...fc7f1e88812af3

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    GREAT JOB!! nice fish! especialy that char... WHOA!
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    Nice start to your 2012 fishing videos. Thanks for sharing!

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    Good video. Very nice char.

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    Cool vid. Great to see you finally caught what you were fishing for. Awesome beast char!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JediMasterSalmonSlayer View Post
    For those that are interested how we fish for Lakers. Yes the electronics show some fish marking below 130 feet, we were fishing about 145 feet depth.


    http://www.trophy-clips.com/view_vid...fc7f1e88812af3
    Was wondering if you fish for lakers anywhere else up there and if that jig works there as well...??? And if so are you usually fishing around that same depth too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4merguide View Post
    Was wondering if you fish for lakers anywhere else up there and if that jig works there as well...??? And if so are you usually fishing around that same depth too?
    We have found the fish at various depths in the water column. The majority of the time I am over about 115 feet. The fish mark in all depths, of late they have been much deeper.

    I have seen fish caught on a few different lures/bait including spoons and herring. The solid white tubes 3 and 4 inch seem to do the best.

    Harding is the main focus for us and bigger lake trout. We have also fished other areas for stocked lake trout and have had success catching smaller fish mainly using bait.

    Recent phot graphs on the forum will show you success in other lakes with white tubes.
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    Sweet video dude! I really need to get up there in April!

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    Those are some sweet fish. Good job!

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    Nice video and some sweet fish! You guys have it figured out like normal!!

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    very nice very nice!
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