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Chitown-Angler

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Post Posted: 01:32pm - Jun 13,17 
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Lines set at 450am in 53' first fish at 520 in 80'. Finished 6/8 with a double to end the day at 640. all coho. stayed between 80-100fow.

3/3- 2color D/F
1/3- torpedo weight/glow wonderbread stingray 53'ol
2/2- orange magwart 45'ol

had a couple isolated dark clouds with 20+ wind gusts stir up some white caps for all of about 5 minuets on the way in. Otherwise was a calm day. Be safe and wear da pdf.

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Post Posted: 02:05pm - Jun 13,17 
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thnx for your report!

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Joined: 07:34pm - Jul 18,15
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Location: Evanston

Post Posted: 04:47pm - Jun 13,17 
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Nice job!!!

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Lines set at 450am in 53' first fish at 520 in 80'. Finished 6/8 with a double to end the day at 640. all coho. stayed between 80-100fow.

3/3- 2color D/F
1/3- torpedo weight/glow wonderbread stingray 53'ol
2/2- orange magwart 45'ol

had a couple isolated dark clouds with 20+ wind gusts stir up some white caps for all of about 5 minuets on the way in. Otherwise was a calm day. Be safe and wear da pdf.

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Post Posted: 05:25pm - Jun 13,17 
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No pics? Curious on how the size of the ho's are looking and if they had full gut of food or not. Well done, love hearing about other yak anglers out on the big water getting it done!

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Post Posted: 01:47pm - Jun 14,17 
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not much to take a picture of. The cohos were all 3 to maybe 4# same as my last couple times out, which is about the size they were in April around the city. I've been to milwaukee 4 times in the yak and twice in the boat and the hos seem bigger on average. Some are 5+ and theres alot more kings around. I try not to cut the guts when filleting unless I'm curious but they were all full.

also for got to mention in the report the surface water in 30' was 47 degrees and 56 degrees in 100'. Lots of bait could have probably caught fish shallow but i wanted to be where i knew there was action for first light.

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