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pajeff

Had a great time last year this time on Yellow Lake. What has changed this year to make it so slow?

There are loads of fish in there but they can't be hungry, last year you could troll almost anything and catch good fish.

I will try a royal coachman next week and work it hard (wind permitting), unless one of you fisherfolk has a better idea.
penetr8or

I have always done well with a 52 buick and sinking line on yellow.

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