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Okanogan Report

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Just got back from Okanogan area-fished Chopaka and Blue (Sinhalekin). Fishing was best at night, for both fish numbers/size and lack of competition. Not to picky as long as it was big and black. Got a few nice ones at Chopaka pushing 21+. Blue were quite a bit smaller, most in 8-10 in range with a moderate amount of nicer fish in the 14-17 in range. Good trip with nice fish-even landed my first brown since I've moved back-nothing huge but good to get a brownie.

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Chopaka at night = BIG, black and ugly.... That was the ticket for us a few years back.

BIG, black and ugly.... to easy cant do it :)
I'm all about whatever is easiest, except bobber/errrr..............indicator fishing.:thumb:

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