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    Rodger That Greg ! Cheers ! Geno

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    Very, Very nicely done Gene!!!!!!

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    Cool Lake Tahoe Fishing Report July 5, 2018

    Lake Tahoe Fishing Report July 5, 2018 . Summer time heat has settled
    in and afternoon winds are a given. All Mackinaw Lake Trout are stuffed with food, such
    as shrimp, crawdads, minnows, sculpin , and kokanee salmon. Mackinaw are on the bottom
    engorged with food from midnight hunting in the full moon. We have been
    getting them in 110 to 180 feet one day and then the next 280 to 350
    feet.
    Dodgers and minnows, flashers and minnows, flat fish, stick baits, and
    some bottom bouncing are all essential to getting Lake Trout 1 to 19
    lbs. 90 percent of the fish toss the hook once they are netted .
    One day it's easy fishing and the next day very difficult to get a hit to stick as they are so stuffed with food . Cal Neva Point,
    Sugar Pine Point, South Shore Shelf are good fishing locations. Take care out in the field and the waters this Summer and stay hydrated ! Cheers ! Captain Gene St. Denis Blue Ribbon Fishing Charters (530) 544-6552 www.blueribbonfishing.com

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