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fished gross from 11 to 4, me and my brother walked down a path from the parking lot, we ended up cacthing three kokes, i caught one and my brother caught two , i fished in a cove by the dam , the kokes were between 14 to 16 inches , all males no females, the kokes we caught were brick red, we were using slip bobbers and a pink jig , i also caught two 18 inch cutthroats and we also caught lots of small rainbows



 

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i was fishing at around 7 feet below the surface, the cove was really deep, right off of shore i was about 10 feet deep, yes the kokes were tight to shore , i never saw any , just casted and got hits
 

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I was almost out the door this morning to hit up Gross until my phone rang and had to cancel due to my girlgriend getting in an accident. It would have been my first time in months to be able to go :mad:. My tiger is still lurking in there waiting for me but maybe next week I can go.

Kokaneeking: Were your jigs tipped with anything? How was the wind?
 

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i caught mine with a meal worm , and my brother just caught his on the jig with nothing on it, my brother talked to a guy who said recently he caught a 28 inch laker, he also told us he caught three muskies in his boat during the summer that were over 40 inches and he also said they were released
 

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just got back from gross , today 12/04/05 , my brother caught another kokanee it was really decent at 16 inches , then we saw three kokanee purpose at once , we tried catching them on our slip bobber , then i tryed to snag no luck for me , ill be back there soon to try to catch afew more before they die
 

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KK...how cold and windy was it?...since it always blows like a hurricane at Gross?

You got my respect!
 

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it wasent too bad , it was chilly but we were in snow suits , so it was ok, the wind wasent blowing much at all , but the water was white capping alittle , ive been to this lake three times and love it , i have yet to get skuked there
 

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Good work KK. I fished the same spot the Friday before you did, but that day the wind was blowing easily 40 mph bringing in that snow I see in your pics. It was hard to jig because the waves were coming in on the rocks like 2-3 feet high. Got some bites but never set hook to any. I felt like a was fishing the ocean! You said you caught some cutthroats there. What did you catch those with? Were you tossing spoons or just jigs? I saw the weather report today says lot's of wind in Boulder county again. I'm gonna head up Friday, it should be cleared up then. Let me know if you plan on heading up.
 

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i caught the cutthroats on my tube jig under my slip bobber , i was tipping my jig with wax worms, i dont know if ill get back up there but i know there is a decent amount of spawning kokes
 
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