Post by muskymike275 on Aug 24, 2019 23:26:49 GMT -5
Today we headed out to Algoma. We planned to fish bankers hours out deep for rainbows. The winds were flat all the way to the lake but in Algoma the wind was out of the east and blowing not what we had hopped for. We pounded out for an hour and set up in 450. With three rods in the wire dipsey out 120 with a green/ chrome FF went off it was a nice 2 yr old king, we reset that rod and within minutes it was jamming again, this time a nice bow came to the net, we reset that rod and continued to set rods up. Just as the last rod was going in the wire dipsey went off again and we brought that fish to the boat it was another bow. 3-3 as we got set up was a great start. We had a nice line of waypoints to work on so we started a turn to go back out. From 9:30 till 1 pm we stayed busy bringing fish in and resetting lines. The braid dipsey out 180 with a FF lost a nice king that got out 350’ before it pulled off, we then took a bow on a 10 color with a green flounder pounder spoon, the braid dipsey out 180 the took a bow, after that the wire dipsey out 140 took a bow on a green FF, the same rig went off again and took another bow, the rigger at 65 with blue meat rig then took a bow, we then took a bow on the 10 color flounder pounder, the 65 ft rigger took another bite and produced a nice rainbow. At this point we were 10-11 and had a nice cooler of fish. The afternoon bite would slow down for us but we continued to work an area between 450 and 525. The 300 weighted steel took a bow with a watermelon spoon, An orange stinger spoon took a bite but fell off, the Swr then took a nice bow with a blue/green spoon, the 200 weighted steel had a shaker bow dragging, we then released a shaker king off the braid dipsey and our last bite came on the Swr but came off when water fleas were being cleaned off of the line. We ended 13-16 with an nice box of fish. We started at 8:45 and quit at 5pm. The lake laid down nicely in the afternoon and it was a very enjoyable trip.