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    Seems the monsters are out and about and pissy for plugs. I actually got to go fun fishing and managed this little guy!
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    One of the other 30+in from last week also.
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    Very nice fish! Something different must be the trick.

    On a side note I did hear of a drift boat this past weekend below Skilak that was pulling plugs in a hole that a couple other boats were drift fishing and severely screwed up their drift fishermen. I am not trying to stir the pot just alerting fishermen to use common river courtesy when different methods are being used.

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    Most of the spots I fish are on the edges away from others. I will start way at the top of a hole if I dont see any boats for a ways. But if somebody comes from way down river then I feel I have every right to work my line that I am working as long as I am not stationary.

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    Sounds like you are doing it the right way, no argument or accusing from me. The situation I was refering to was 4 or 5 boats were drifting a hole and a drift boat pulled up under them and began pulling plugs.

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    BEAUTIFUL FISH !!! you wouldn't be interested in sharing what flavor of plugs you like to pull for them thar fishies would ya I promise I won't tell anybody.

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    hmmm I'll have to do some streamer fishing next time I'm around there
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    Hotshots sz 35 basic colors. Also tadpollies basic colors, think simple like chrome, gold ect. Make sure you change out those hooks to size 2 or 4 siwash and pinch them barbs!

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    Nice 'bows Adam. When you comin' home?
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    I am almost starting to feel like this is home. Was going to stay the winter but decided I dont want a real job for the winter, still want to guide! lol I have a few more trips next week then getting the Guide Academy out of the way. Prob around Nov. 1st. Gotta hit the Hump! How are these down there FNP?

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    Nice. That what we call a hog
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    BEAUTIFUL FISH Sent you a PM

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    Amazing! Beautiful marking and coloration on those bows. Congrats!

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