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The Redheads first salmon run

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I took my two redheads out to Lake Michigan for their first time this past weekend. Thursdays sunset was a WOW!!!

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Fishing was rather slow, but we had a great time and the wind gods were kind to us most of the time.

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Great shots! I love the use of the flash and the sunset! Looks like a great trip as well, beautiful fish!

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I took my two redheads out to Lake Michigan for their first time this past weekend. Thursdays sunset was a WOW!!!

094040.jpg

094922.jpg

095909.jpg

095804.jpg

Fishing was rather slow, but we had a great time and the wind gods were kind to us most of the time.

Dipseys, boards or downriggers? spoons or smelt? nice pics. i hope to make a L.michigan trip this summer. very few salmon in superior

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TJ....

I ran four Dipsey's, one with a dodger/spoon combo and the rest were fly/dodgers. Green dipsey, green snubber, green dodger with a crinkle/glow finish and a green/aqua Howie type fly was the hot rod set-up in my boat.

I just picked up four trolling rigs from Cabelas, two 9 footers and two 10.5 footers. They worked pretty well over the weekend, this was my first attempt at salmon fishing from my boat, I'm trying to keep it somewhat simple at this point.

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Very nice colors in the sunsets, nice fish also.

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TJ....

I ran four Dipsey's, one with a dodger/spoon combo and the rest were fly/dodgers. Green dipsey, green snubber, green dodger with a crinkle/glow finish and a green/aqua Howie type fly was the hot rod set-up in my boat.

I just picked up four trolling rigs from Cabelas, two 9 footers and two 10.5 footers. They worked pretty well over the weekend, this was my first attempt at salmon fishing from my boat, I'm trying to keep it somewhat simple at this point.

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ah... another navigator guy. i have the 17.6 console navigator. great boat. nice wide and stable

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