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Author Topic: LSC June 15, 2006  (Read 1001 times)

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LSC June 15, 2006
« on: June 16, 2006, 01:34:42 AM »

I only had a few  hours this afternoon to get out.  I launched from Harley as I had to hit west marine first - they have a huge 40% off sale if you need anything, but I digress.  I made a milk run around anchor bay with only one keeper sm to show for it - only small perch following the spinnerbait blades mostly.  I decided to ride the no wake and hit the N. channel spots and see what going on up there - water was 65, and picked up a keeper sm, several followers, and a 3+ LM.  then, the Kimmel muskie curse hit - a 15 lber or so on a skirted twintail grub - go figure.  At least it wasn't a luckycraft - lol.  Anyhow, after several hard runs down deep, I got him by the boat for about the 4th time and he broke me off.
oh well -  checked a few more spots to no avail and hit this spot again on the way back.   Guess what, a 60" er took the same type of grub -  damm what a tussle  to get em to the boat - 65 power pro really does the job, but the 12 lb fluoro leader doesn't - broke me off again right by the boat.  Phew - cause how the hell was I gonna get em into the boat anyhow? 

well, off tomorrow to check the mile road flats - maybe get a few decent sm this time? 

Jack Cahn

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