Fishing Reports
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8/6/12 AM
It seems like you need to leave the dock early to set lines.  Once the fish start biting, it may only last for a while and if your lines are not set, you may not get them in the water.  We set in at 75 fow and spent the remainder of the day between 105 and 135 fow ( we were probably inside of everyone else).  Paddles on the riggers (65, 80, 95) took half of our bites.  A wire diver at180 early and 290 later with a meat rig was a consistant rod all day.  With the warm water we only ran 225, 300, and 400 coppers.  We could not buy a bite on a spin doctor and fly, but meat rigs and a plug on the 225 saved the day.  We did not run many spoons, but  a modified scally blue dolphin on a slider and a Uv spoon with a green tape and a glow cup on a 225 copper did get a few rips. 

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