Yet another pointless Lincoln Park report...

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  1. pcknshvl

    pcknshvl Member

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    ...well, other than the 18" rezzie yesterday, nothing. Tough head wind today, saw one large fish clear the water but he didn't want to play. Leland caught himself a large stogie.

    Tom
     
  2. P.Dieter

    P.Dieter Just Another Bubba

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    nothing after you left either
     
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    What!?
    No pic of the stogie??!!
     
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    I left to have lunch with a friend then took the ferry over to Kingston and fished Point No Point for a couple hours before my Popper talk at the Edmonds TU. I caught an 18" rezzie on my third cast and that was that. Also lost a good stogie.

    Leland.
     
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    was it a LDR of the Stogie ?
     
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    Seemed perfect today---low light, low wind, low tide (fished the out-going thru the slack). 2 small searuns to hand, one good boil and follow, otherwise, nothing. Saw a little bait here and there, cormorants diving out beyond casting range.

    The Times reported that the coho at Seiku have been erratic; I guess we just need to wait for these pulses of fish move through, and hope we're on the beach on the right day.

    Tom
     

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