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Anyone have word on how spinney is fisning?

Heading up there mid-week to hunt some from the bellyboat and was hoping for some good news. Usually fishes well in May but have not seen any recent posts.
 

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No word to this point on recent experience, but no news can be good news. Post will follow Wednesday night on how it went and give a report on the flow between Spinney and E-Mile
 

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I was up there saturday and got blown off the lake, I got there at 8:30am and the wind was already getting bad. I managed a few Rainbows 14" - 17" on tubes and kastmasters. I walked from the boatramp to the dam and back. On the way back there were whitecaps and I could'nt even fish. There was a guy at the boat ramp trying to give away Pike. Good luck to you!
 

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Thanks for the info - I was worried about the wind coming up early. Really no where else to go in that area this time of year of the weather does not cooperate - hopefully some flow (and bows) in the river section.

Much appreciated
 

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On the way home we drove across the dam and hit the dream stream, I missed a monster Brown at the row of rocks right below the dam. I missed him on a tube, so I threw on a rapala, hooked him, he jumped and spit the hook. He was a big ol hook jaw. Maybe he is still there!!!
 
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Fished it Saturday. The wind actually layed for a bit about noon. Caught some small rainbows on pheasant tails but no size.
 

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I know those rocks - float it to the bend, landed a 3 to 4 pound female brownie there in Oct 2004 - perch F5.

I'll tell him Firedawg said hello.
 
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