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Discussion in 'Big Lake Cold Water Fishing Reports' started by Jay Wesley, Aug 8, 2017.
Btw who wouldn't love to hook either. So go pound your JB crap elsewhere.
I'm a little confused. Are you ok? Or just envious?
FWIW- Both pictures and fish are 100% legit. Deal with it.
I did not catch this, but I got to see it in person.. 38lb. caught out of Frankfort
There's a video of it being weighed on Facebook
I know I'm jealous.
Why you hate???? Big fish have been weighed in why doubt it or be a douche bag????? Get out and fish or get the hell off the site simple dang!! What a waste of typing so sad!!! Go away!!!
Easy fellas. This big fish thing is good news. Doesn't really matter 28,32,38,41.58lbs who cares. Lets just celebrate big brute salmon that break line,burn drags, break hearts, make your trip memorable, grace your hearth with a mount. Take the opportunity we have and fish the heck our of it. Burn some fuel boys, not keyboards!
40lbs is fantastic. Never got one bigger than 25. How's the fishing in Frankfort?
That is truly impressive and a great sign. Had to be eating really good!
They have been eating good! All our fish were stuffed full of alewives Sunday morning, this was our graph for most of the morning.
Cool Bob Hunter. 2 weeks ago in Frankfort I saw the biggest bait ball ever in around 100 fow at the green. Good sign.
We landed a king Saturday out of FF that had several smelt in it's belly.
That's pretty interesting, as I've heard of alewives in Huron fish, and smelt in Michigan fish at times this year. A flip-flop of sorts on baitfish. Either way, our kings look good this year.
God, that would be great to get those little bastards back on the southern end.
Must have been big fish week in both lakes.
20170810_091948 by SJC posted Aug 15, 2017 at 12:44 PM
20170811_085912 by SJC posted Aug 15, 2017 at 12:41 PM
20170813_104104 by SJC posted Aug 15, 2017 at 12:40 PM
20170811_075058 by SJC posted Aug 15, 2017 at 12:42 PM
As far as bait goes,we had plenty. At times it was 25 foot deep. Seems to be mostly smelt now, but we had ales earlier in the year.