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Wade Joseph

Washburn for the 30th?

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Anyone wanna give it a go? If the wind isn't stupid from the E or NE it sounds like a plan beginning to come together.

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Buhler......Buhler......

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Dont forget traffic will be crazy for applefest. frown.gif

Talked to Jim Hudson and he says the bite is SLOW. You may want to wait a bit Wade.

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Thanks Steve, just trying to figure out where to get out for the last day of the laker season.

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isn't the apple fest Oct 5-8?

I plan to go after its over and get me some discount apples.

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Yes your correct my mistake. Its the 6th-8th

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Yeah, fishing is still a bit spotty... The real fall bite hasnt started as of yet. Water temps are still in the 60 degree range around here... Some cohos invading the bay itself, some fish being caught off Houghton Point, the Sioux and Onion, and around Pikes.

Lakers are on the move, moving closer and closer to spawning grounds.

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