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    fished this morning in the lake fork area for kokes. fished right around the corner from Sap going east in main channel out from the south shore.
    Last edited by bobco; 12-10-2011 at 08:47 AM.

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    Sounds like there has been a steady increase in the action the last week or two since the lake has started to level off a little. I have heard of a few fishermen getting their limits recently.

    Sorry to hear about your motor troubles. I had the same thing happen last week at Flaming Gorge with my Mercury kicker. I lost an entire day of fishing while it was being fixed.

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    fortunity I just needed to clean the plugs, but it was windy and raining so I gave it up and fixed it at home....

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    My retired father wants to fish blue mesa in the 3rd week of June, 2010. I'm grateful for any information on lodging, camping, boat mooring and kokanee fishing locations (of course times, depths and lures as well). Thanks in advance for any information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtscow View Post
    My retired father wants to fish blue mesa in the 3rd week of June, 2010. I'm grateful for any information on lodging, camping, boat mooring and kokanee fishing locations (of course times, depths and lures as well). Thanks in advance for any information.
    Heck, is that all?
    2006 Dodge Ram 3500 Dually, 21' North River Seahawk

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    Yeah, I guess that's a large request. My apologies! I am willing to give up my secret weopon though.

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    I mean secret weapon.

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    Just ribbing ya dtscow. I hope you get the answers you're looking for. When I spend a lot of money for a first time trip, I tend to figure a few extra couple hundred bucks wont make a difference and hire a guide for one day to learn the tricks for that lake and then just repeat on my own the next few days of the trip. Just something you might look into as a back up plan.
    2006 Dodge Ram 3500 Dually, 21' North River Seahawk

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    Thanks for answering. Doubt I can afford a guide though; 2 kids in college
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    Quote Originally Posted by dtscow View Post
    My retired father wants to fish blue mesa in the 3rd week of June, 2010. I'm grateful for any information on lodging, camping, boat mooring and kokanee fishing locations (of course times, depths and lures as well). Thanks in advance for any information.
    hard to say where the koke bite will be, talk to the folks at Elk creek marina they can help you out with what is working at the time, camping and mooring for your boat, lots of good places to stay and eat in Gunnison, the water wheel is on the west side of town and clean rooms. have fun....

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtscow View Post
    My retired father wants to fish blue mesa in the 3rd week of June, 2010. I'm grateful for any information on lodging, camping, boat mooring and kokanee fishing locations (of course times, depths and lures as well). Thanks in advance for any information.

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    First of all is your relative from Florida area? anyway, I own a beautiful lodge on the lake since 1992 and know all the tricks to full limits. Lets talk if still interested. I can 'hook' him up!

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    Which lodge? We'll be fishing Sunday (hopefully). Rented a slip at Lake Fork Marina.

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