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Browsing Posts published in September, 2010

Traverse City Fishing Report: 9/14/10
Both bays in Traverse City are producing kings.  We have been fishing on East Bay and catching some real nice fish.  Early morning bites have been coming in 20-65 fow. Smaller lead cores from 1 to 5 colors pulling glow plugs have been working until the sun comes up.  Move to deeper water after that and sink your gear.  Downriggers down 90-100 and divers out 200-250 seem to be getting the bites later in the morning. The best king fishing is yet to come!
Get out your small boat and try jigging for whitefish and lakers.  Good catches are starting to show up.  We fished the other morning in 100-115 fow and did get into a few.

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Frankfort Fishing Report 9/8/10:
King and coho salmon have been coming from East Platte Bay!  We took the past few groups up to the bay for some pretty good fishing.  Best baits were plugs on 5 to 15 colors of lead core.  Stinger NBK and Dolphin pattern mag spoons on riggers 45-75 down.  Temp has been around 50 feet. The south bank has been best but watch out for the tribal trap net buoy lines.  It appears that there are about 4-5 different net sets in the bay.

Traverse City Fishing Report 9/8/10:
East Grand Traverse Bay has had very good catches of kings and lake trout.  We have been fishing the south bank in about 100-120 fow.  Also the “Yuba” bank has been good. Best bites have definitely been first and last light. Plugs on copper lines out 350 to 500 and also meat rigs on wire divers out 200-250.
West Grand Traverse Bay has also been catching good numbers of salmon.  Troll the “Hole” early in the morning or get away from the boat traffic by fishing the “Red 8″ buoy to the north.

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