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curt quesnell

Trolling, Jigging, Rigging weekend

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Fished the North Star Summer Classic Friday and Saturday.

Breezy on Friday but not so much you couldnt fish where

you wanted to. Mike Lindholm and I trolled with

downriggers, lead core and fireline and caught decent fish

all 3 ways. We also fished rocks with bouncers and leech

rigs. Mike is a boat control master, we were in my boat

but I had him at the helm, it's fun to watch someone

that good at work (its also quieter in the boat). Several

fish in the 26 inch range and many 22-23 24 inch catagory,

many smaller fish and fish in the 16 inch range were real


2 choices, rocks or open water. Be ready for both and

if the weather is decent fishing ought to be great.

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