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is full, there is alot of water in there and alot of submerged brush and some real healthy weeds growing around the inlet area. started trolling 6am and got a few closer to the surface until the sun came up on taz devil and silver casty, then all of the action was either right up next to the shore at the mouths of coves on the west side around inlets or suspended 15' down about everywhere else, got into those by adding leadcore and pop gear with panther martin to the spread, did not mark any fish any deeper than 30', so no attempt at macks, all kokes and rainbows, nothing over 18", but definately can be a numbers game, 20+, spent the whole day around the inlet until it rained slush and lightning at about 3pm, then back to 100 degree Denver!
 

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right on for the tips BB, wanted to finish somewhere in your direction but the storm came up from Kremmling, so figured it would only be a matter of an hour or so till it caught up with us, next time
 
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