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 Warm water slow the salmon run in Saugatuck

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PostSubject: Warm water slow the salmon run in Saugatuck   Mon Sep 17, 2012 10:48 pm

68 degree water has slowed the salmon run. There are still salmon out in 100 to 160 foot of water with the best being 130 to 140 foot and there are a few salmon being caught infront the piers. We have caught a few salmon in 12 foot of water on Hot n Tots (gold) and Ace Hi plugs (white black dots and green splatter back). Fishing out in the deeper water produced fish from 60 to 120 foot deep. The most consistent lures have been the Pro Troll super frog flasher and green hypnotist fly on the low diver at 160 foot, silver fish scale Pro Troll with a wild fern fly on one high diver and all silver Pro Troll flasher and wild fern fly at 280 and 300 foot. On the downriggers the best combination have been a Pro Troll silver UV green side with a green hypnotist fly and a white mountain dew with a purple No See Um.

With the cold front due to come in tonight, maybe we will have some cold water in by the weekend. For more information and/or charter reservations, email me at captron@chartermichigan.com.,

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