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Had a free day yesterday and was able to make it up to the lake around noon. It was slightly windy with very heavy snowfall. I only caught maybe five fish but they’re getting bigger. Got them on a big chartreuse Sierra spoon with red dots and a big silver rat-l-trap. Hopefully the big ones will be in close sometime over the next two weeks. I tried big lures like the bbz1 and a few other again but no luck.



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brookies and lakers love perch coloed lures. Itys one of my goto high lake colors. No perch up there either!
 

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brookies and lakers love perch coloed lures. Itys one of my goto high lake colors. No perch up there either!


I’ll keep that in mind. I know the lakers where I fish (over 24 inches) primarily eat Kokanee and trout....and I always see Kokanee schools swimming up and down the dam. I think casting Kokanee-style swimbaits into/around the schools could be productive for targeting big fish exclusively.


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Had a free day yesterday and was able to make it up to the lake around noon. It was slightly windy with very heavy snowfall. I only caught maybe five fish but they’re getting bigger. Got them on a big chartreuse Sierra spoon with red dots and a big silver rat-l-trap. Hopefully the big ones will be in close sometime over the next two weeks. I tried big lures like the bbz1 and a few other again but no luck.



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That's so awesome!! Keep slayin em out there man!! :thumb:
 

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Good job getting out, man! :thumb:
 
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