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Dubleaa

Lake Michigan Charter out of Algoma

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Heading to Algoma for a charter outing with Kinn's Sport fishing, LLC Friday and Saturday. Anybody have a report on what the action is like? Past experiences with this outfit have been phenomenal this time of year but I am curious if the cold weather is putting a damper on things.

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We are heading down the on the 7th same time as last year and absolutely killed them. Got sick of catching King's, we were catching up to 50+ per day...

I cant wait.

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Sounds like a good problem to have. I'm out of here in T minus 10 minutes to start the 7 hr. drive from Minnesota. Bring on the HOGS!!

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I didn't know you went down there too Greg. Some of the guys I work with head down there that week as well. If I didn't have the wedding coming up, I'd be joining them this year. I'll be heading home for the 4th, maybe we can get on the water while I'm there. I heard you and Joey caught some fish outside Black River a couple weeks ago. Sounded like fun...........

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Yeah we did OK, it has been weird out there this year. Not many coho's and browns but we picked up alot of steel head and some nice small lakers which I love if they are under 5lbs.

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