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PostSubject: Rough water slows fishing in Saugatuck   Mon Jun 04, 2012 10:12 am

After getting blown off the lake on Friday and Saturday, we finally made it out on Sunday and fished in 3 to 5 foot seas. It took a while to find the fish in 200 to 210 foot of water, however we did catch a couple of nice chinook salmon (14 and 15 pounds), and a 8 pound steelhead as well as as a few smaller salmon and lake trout. The best lure was any green bladed flasher (green glow, green silver, green mountain dew) and green hypnotist fly. All the action was either on high divers at 150 foot out or on 450 foot copper. Not one hit on the downriggers or on any kind of spoon which was completely different from the Tuesday charter when most of the action was on small stingers.

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