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Fishinpole
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Any one using larger lures like a Northern King 28 for lakers? Last few larger fish had 4 inch Alewives in them witch were longer than a NK 28. I might start running a few larger lures.

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YOY baitfish should be in the mix now

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ReelInvestment
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I always run big stuff when targeting lakers!! North port nailer magnum spoons are a must in my presentation! They must be all of 5”. Bigger the spoon the slower you can run and still get action.. Good luck out there!

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Thanks

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Reelax
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Size matters..... :roll:

Sorry I couldn’t help it :?
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Interestingly, the Lakers I caught on Saturday out of Westport were coughing up small smelt, the silvers were stuffed with four-inch alewives

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