We had our sites set on 4 year old kings, so we set up in 90fow with a spread of glow spoons and J-plugs. I was not long before we had our first good king on, he came on a green glow j-plug down 50 on the rigger. Then we hit a long dry spell, but still had lot of fish marks on the graph. Then we took a long trip in the nursery picking up some small kings. We started to work in a bit more and were rewards with another good size king that hit a green fly and green fish catcher off the wire dispy back 150'. We kept working the same water, but the kings were just not in the mood to hit.
The group on Sunday was looking for numbers of fish rather then big fish, so we head out to the depths….at 250 we started getting some marks and at 260 it looked good so we set up there and trolled east. The action was nice and consistent, every 10 - 15 minutes would got bit. The day started out with spoons on riggers and flasher and flies on dispys staying about even. As then day went on the dispsy faded out and the leadcore, cooper and wire ball picked up. The shallow riggers(45 - 55) out fish the deeper rigger(75 - 90). The host set up for the day was the smurf on the swr down 55 followed by the mongoose on the cooper, and right after that the wire ball with a small dream weaver blue dolphin spoon. At time it seemed we were stuck in the nursery, and quite a few of the smaller fish came unbuttoned right at the back of the boat. The best flasher fly for the day was the clear glow spin doctor with a Green Lantern fly
here is a pick of the green Lantern fly