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Capt. Ron

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Join date : 2008-04-06

PostSubject: June doldrums   Mon Jun 16, 2008 10:04 pm

Fishing last week went from catches of 16 to 20 fish per trip to 4 to 6 fish per trip. During the week we fished a temperature break that was formed in 100 foot of water that moved out to 150 foot by Friday. When we went out Saturday, the break was gone and the water temperature varied very little and the fish where scattered from 120 foot to 220 foot and from 20 foot down to 180 foot down.

The only consistent method during the week was 100 and 200 foot of copper with Craig Christmas and the Orange Corey Stinger one day and Stingray the next. We talked to people who had downriggers going with Stingray wonderbread and the green dolphin, however we found very little that produced consistently on the downriggers. We ran the slide divers at 140 feet on the high diver and 100 to 200 foot out with small stingers, however no specific color combination produced well day after day.

I hope that we are going to end the June doldrums that hit us each year for 7 to 10 days. We always dread seeing the cotton from the cottonwoods flying, since this is when the slow down usually occurs. Check back next week as see if the June fishing turns around. For information or charter reservations email me at captron@chartermichigan.com.
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