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Thread: water warmed up, sand lance moved in, kings landed!

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    Charterboat Operator kodiakcombo's Avatar
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    Default water warmed up, sand lance moved in, kings landed!

    The water temp been steady at 38-39 for most of may with no sand lance in the bays, now with the water temps in the low to mid 40s the sandlance are hitting the beaches in the bays and that means kings!
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    Nice looking King!

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    Fishing for kings is getting better by the day.

    I see the one in the pic is a hatchery fish. One of the guides at Sportsman's also got a clipped mid-40's king on Friday.
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