Fishing report for the week of June 15, 2014.: , ,
Fishing Report Posted: June 15, 2014

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Posted by Capt. Walt Ermansons on June 15, 2014 at 11:26:47:

Very good fishing! Fishing this past week for us aboard �The Trophy� remained very good and ranged anywhere from silly easy to a bit tougher towards weeks end where we had to work a little harder for them. But the results again were simply amazing non the less. Huge, huge fish! Most of my groups took home every day pretty close to 70 pounds of pure boneless, skinless fillets after electing to use the marinas fish cleaning services on the premises. That�s some serious fish fry's!

This weeks report is going to be a rather short one. It is Sunday and Father's Day as I sit down to write this up rather quickly and get ready to shoot home and visit my own father for a few hours before returning to the lake to get a few hours of sleep and do it all over again. So just enjoy these pictures from this past week of some of our best catches and just imagine how much fun everyone had reeling those monsters in!

The fish do seem to be on the move now. We are still pulling fish shallow early in the morning each day. Some times almost like a Chinese fire drill in very rapid fashion. But then each day and with out fail I end up going further and further out to close the deal. And the full moon by weeks end also did us no favors with the fish feeding heavily all night and then shutting off almost completely after full daybreak. The White Bass situation presently also seems to be worsening if that is at all possible. We have been mighty busy from the moment we set lines to the moment we quit. Sigh.

And finally, after writing last week about the lack of any real Steelhead Trout action, well we still haven't got any more of those. But, we did manage to capture a nice football sized Brown Trout this past week! Seems like every year that we catch at least one exotic Brown Trout aboard �The Trophy�. This one came off of a jointed shallow running Storm plug that I had running behind a Dipsey Diver. Although it wasn�t out very far, it stripped line from the reel and carried on something terrible acting like it was some big old Salmon or something before finally being netted. Very exciting! So that�s it for another week. Tight lines and happy Father's Day to all you dads out there.

Capt. Walt

* It is imperative to be setting lines with the very first hint of daylight. And with that said, I would like to have all of my upcoming trips that might be reading this report to take note and PLEASE be at the dock between 4:30 and 5:00am at the VERY latest. Fishing is the very best the first few hours of daylight and we DO NOT want to miss out on that opportunity! Also, please remember that there are no fishing license sales at the marina and that those must be secured else where ahead of time. Any questions, call me 216-387-2656

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