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Fished Grand Haven last night and went 1-7 had one up to the boat on a dipsey and it broke the leader on the rigger cable. Had another one all the way to the boat and it came unbuttoned just out of the reach of the net.
Fished all the way out to 160 with 85-110 being the best the last hour before dark.
130 fow fireline dipsey on 1 140 back mixed veggie spoon (missed)
110 fow rigger 85 down bloody nose j-plug (3lb coho)
105 fow rigger 75 down fixed slider 10 feet above ball with lemon ice spoon took a hit on the slider (missed)
103 fow fireline dipsey on 1 160 back silver horde green black ladder back j-plug (missed)
90 fow fireline dipsey on 1 140 back silver horde double glow j-plug (missed)
90 fow fireline dipsey on 1 160 back silver horde green black ladder back j-plug (missed)
88 fow rigger 75 down fixed slider 10 feet above ball with lemon ice spoon took a hit fish ended up braking the split ring on the top of the spoon.
The last three hits were part of a triple with only two people on board. We ended up getting two of the three to the the boat before they broke us off on the rigger cable or came unbuttoned.
 

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Sounds like an exciting but frustrating evening. Thats all u can do is get on the end and the rest is up to the fish gods.:dizzy: Good report!
 

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You know, I tend to remember the ones that get away more then the ones I catch:evil:. I will say it is memorable watching someone who doesn't go out much fight one for 15 or so minutes and then lose it by the boat. Truly, a priceless expression on their face and hearing them swear is pretty cool too.

Good luck next time.

Ed
 
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