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 Cotton flies and Fish still scattered in Saugatuck

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PostSubject: Cotton flies and Fish still scattered in Saugatuck   Sun Jun 23, 2013 7:54 am

Another week of “June” fishing; however there was some indication of some changes may be taking place. The old saying that “Fishing slows when the cotton flies” certainly holds true this year.   Early in the week we started with cold water from top to bottom but by Saturday we were seeing water temperature pushing 60 degrees with a little more thermal stratification taking place.  Wednesday there were some steelhead taken in 150 foot of water and in front the Holland piers but by Friday, when we fished again, they were gone.  Friday we fished from 120 to 180 foot of water and most of our fish came in the 120 to 130 foot range.  We did try the water out to 240 foot and hooked and lost one lake trout but it came 140 foot down.
Down riggers with green/glow Pro Troll and Rapture Last Supper fly got hit 2 or 3 times at 100 foot and at 60 and 70 foot with magnum Stinger green dolphins and blue dolphins.  Wire dipsy divers with white/glow mountain dew Pro Troll and a Rapture mirage fly produced again at 120 foot out.  200 foot of copper with Stingray green/blue dolphin and the 300 foot and 400 foot of copper with silver flashers and green hypnotist flies each got hit once in the 130 foot of water. 
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