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Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Bright sun shiny day!

Wednesday. July 26. 2006
Left work early to take my daughter fishing. We started fishing at Pt. Robinson at about 5:45 A.M. The sun was just breaking out over the mountains as you can see in the photo. We had spectacular water, great sunshine and ....... No fish of keepable size. I guess that's why it's called fishing and not catching....
I was not going to fish Thursday, but we got a favorable report at another location just North of Pt. Robinson and will be going out in a few hours to try our luck there! Hope Katie catches a big one!
Sockeye season opens Saturday in Lake Washington. These fish are considered the best Salmon species available, just witness the "Copper River Salmon" phenomenon. A great marketing ploy that has sold millions of dollars of this great fish. Well we get the same fish in our own Lake every year, Most years we don't get enough to allow anglers to go after em. This year we get three days to get two per angler. An amazing fishery. All you need is a bare hook about 16 inches behind a size 0 flasher and about 70 feet of line in 90 to 110 feet of water and "Fish On"!
It's funny because you never have to check your bait! Haha! A Bare Hook!


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