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me and my brother decided to make the drive to taylor, we got to the lake at about 10 and we caught afew rainbows on my slip bobber, then we fished for what we came for kokanee, we caught 18 and we only kept one, we caught all our spawners on orange kastmasters and orange krocidiles, we saw the kokes chasing our spoons , i caught one that was 21 inches with a very impressive hump back



 

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i fished off the rocks at the dam, i use 10 pound test for my spinning rod when im jigging spoons, for snagging i use 12 pound, but i dident have to snag because they were hitting my spoon like no other
 

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I think it is $8 or at least $7...and add that amount again if you want to put your boat...and to think the state stocks the lakes there...that isnt right!...
 

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carter is like 6 bucks, i snag off dam 1 that is one place i know, i know they are stocked at the south boat ramp, along time ago we saw people snagging there , last year there was a decent spawn , but it is real hard to snag off the dam there is lots of rocks, i sight fish for um in the rocks and i found acouple last year, they usually are in full force on the second week november
 

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That Koke has a huge hump... I love the conditions you were fishing in, were there alot of people out there with you?
 

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The 2nd kokanee is one fat salmon, I love his hooked jaw too.
 
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