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    Re: Shaver Lake, 13 May 2017

    how far are you running your hooks behind your lure ap??

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    Re: Shaver Lake, 13 May 2017

    Nice fish!!

    I'm hoping (and it looks like it) that the kokes are returning to their pre-draining size of 16-18". Good thing since the kokanee in Bass lake have gone missing the past two years

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    Re: Shaver Lake, 13 May 2017

    Great post! Nice limit

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    Re: Shaver Lake, 13 May 2017

    Love the video with the music.

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    Re: Shaver Lake, 13 May 2017

    Great job on the fishing report. Awesome video too.. I'll be following for more reports. Was there yesterday and I did ok in the same area. A lot of debris under water in that area.
    Thx for sharing.

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    Re: Shaver Lake, 13 May 2017

    Good looking kokes!
    Here they come!

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    Shaver Lake, 13 May 2017

    First trip to Shaver this year and I almost did not want to post. Had several others relay that the kokes are there and biting in some fairly low water conditions (down to under 40% To allow for the pending snow melt). Launching was a little difficult but manageable with some caution.
    we started fishing at 0800 and first fish in the boat by 0810. Steady bit the whole day and the kokes are already 15"-16". My wife hooked into a small bonus brown that we released at the water and it swam off like nothing ever took place. Near the island we ran into the kindergarten and hooked into about six in a row little two year old kokes. We left that area to get back onto the bigger fish. Took a few more nice kokes and our little fish cooler was starting to get a bit crowded. We stopped fishing at 1315 so we could listen to the giants game on the ride home.
    Depth: 12-30 feet.
    Lures: pink or orange Brads Kokanee cut plugs behind sling blades.
    Speed: 1.2-1.75.
    water temp: 52 degrees.
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    Enjoy the video

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=btcYVbq3Bi4

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