i was there monday or tuesday, im laid off so i cant rember one day from the next, at 6:30 am in the green and tan lund fisherman 17'er. we were trolling the inside wall with black with green bellies taildancers at 2.2 to 3mph and couldnt keep all 4 poles in the water. this color of bait have really produced alot of coho for me the past 2 years. from what i see, im no expert at any means, that everyone is trollin too slow. im not really sure if the taildancer has better action atthe higher trolling speeds or the coho are on a reaction bite with the speed. this has out produced everyone that i see fishing out there. hope this helps. the casting bite at the discharge has dried up did really well last week casting white jigs with squid. caught a limit of all browns and all of them over 6lbs and one weighed 18lbs but friday they were all gone and went back to trolling. i even caught a larger coho, while speeding up tho get back to the hot spot, at 4.9mph!
<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: daver on 2002-03-22 12:10 ]</font>