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Got late start due to the accident on 64 this morning, very bad! However we made it out to the bridge area bay side in nice conditions after the FOG lifted. There was huge pods of bait and some fish marks but we did not catch any. Heard of a few being caught and a buddy on his boat got a 30in near the bridge. Radio chatter talking of large area of rain coming, checked radar on phone and yes it was big, green, yellow and red. Saw fog coming back up the river from the bay so we decided to pack it in at 1200 noon, with the skunk! Soon as we got back to dock at wake the fog rolled in like a ghost and was thicker than pee soup. Sorry it wasnt a better report but that was our fishing for the day. Good Luck tommorrow! Mike and Cindy
 

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Thanks for the report.
Fog and stomach kept me home today. Hope fog clears out for tomorrow but it don't look good.
 

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Had some errands early but got out around 2:30. Caught one 22" upriver near #13 and a couple at the mouth of our creek, 18" and 19". Sure was wet and foggy out there, but still a lot of fun being out on the water, even on a day like this.
 

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Thanks for the report. We went out the same morning, got caught in the same accident traffic and only managed dinks. (We were on the yaks). Marked plenty of bait by the bridge but didn't see the big marks in the usual spots. Pretty amazing how calm it got around noon.
 

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Look carefully at the marks at the very top of your sonar. Several trophy fish have been caught up high by professionals trolling big baits!
 
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