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    Re: Don Pedro ?

    Here is a tip don't over look rolling anchovies I caught so many big salmon out of Don Pedro on them they are worth having in your bait bucket.

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    OH MY GOD!!!! That is like a life time fish. I'd either stop fishing....or more likely never stop fishing... after a fish like that
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    Wow, thats a big fish.

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    Thats a hog.I would have gone nuts.

    Chris

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    They just got another big one out of Don Pedro
    10lb 10oz

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    Re: Don Pedro ?

    You might want to look at angler boys web sight. I'm perrty sure but I think someone caught a 10lbs 14 oz. king out of Don Pedro. Now thats a big fish.

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    Thanks Kent
    You guys are awesome.

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    Re: Don Pedro ?

    It's been produciing right along with Mc Clure you have several areas ot target the dam and Mexican Gulch , Middle Bay, and Jekins Hill and Roger Creek. I would start off by driving up to the dam observation point and see how many boats are working in the dam area. By 7 am there should be at least 4 boats trolling this area if you don't see any launch off Flemming Meadows and head for Jenkins Hill and MiddleBay looking for the fleet. Once you find the fleet start rolling shad at 70 feet, 60 feet put out some Kokanee luers at 40 feet and 50 feet you should be in the ball park, Kent

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    Re: Don Pedro ?

    Thanks Ironhead.

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    Joe,

    Been a few weeks since I have fished it. Been spending time at McClure. With the warm weather this week, timing might be right.


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