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Author Topic: Saginaw Bay shake down trip  (Read 2021 times)

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Saginaw Bay shake down trip
« on: April 18, 2016, 11:38:00 AM »

Went out of Bayport Sunday to try out my new rig.  Temps in wildfowl bay were 51-52 degrees,  and about the same by north island.  We did run just past sand point a couple miles from charity's an the temp kept dropping it was 47-48 degrees when we turned around.  We only fished about an hour total.  We tried by north island for a bit and did not see anything and then tried some cuts and no go there either.  Beautiful day out there, smooth as glass and great for testing out the new rig... until the motor shut off and would not start back up.  Luckily we were at the end of the channel about 1/2 mile out for dock.


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Re: Saginaw Bay shake down trip
« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2016, 05:28:40 PM »

Thanks for the report. I hope you get that figured out quick and get back out there. Glad you aren't trapped on Saginaw Bay.

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