Pass Lake

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  1. JRSly

    JRSly Oncorhynchus clarki clarki

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    Just wondering if anyone has been out there lately. Thinking of heading down there at some point this weekend, maybe tomorrow night for some night fishing. Thanks for any info.

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  2. Scott Salzer

    Scott Salzer previously micro brew

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    Last Sunday. Algae soup at the launch. I fished 0900 - 1400, hit (5) on leech type patterns.
     
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    JRSly Oncorhynchus clarki clarki

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    Great thanks for the info. I was hoping the algae blooms would be gone by now, damn turnover.
     
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    Scott Salzer previously micro brew

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    Don't misunderstand me. It is soup AT THE LAUNCH, and clears up as you get out into the lake. The rest of the shore was fine. My guess is that the wind pushed the algae to the launch area.
     
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    Tim Lockhart Working late at The Office

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    Yeah, I did see a kid who was smart enough to take out at the pull-off by the road, then walk his tube back to the launch. I wasn't that bright. Instead I chose to get slimed at the launch, and spent a good half hour at home hosing everything off. :hmmm:
     

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