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I also was off Lorain Thursday a.m. Took a couple friends out and didn't really think we'd do all that well. A F-L-A-T lake and high, bright skies isn't a great formula for success. However, we picked at 'em. Inlines and harnesses were by far the best. Double colorados in a solid orange blade (both sides) was the ticket. Did pull a couple on dipseys/small spoons (shrimp w/silver back) and on a downrigger down 35 (harness). Speed was crucial!!! 1.8 - 1.9 was about as fast as they wanted it. 2 0z. back 90 and 3 oz. back 70. Lost 5 (count 'em... 5) before they went in the net. (That's gotta be some sort of record... one I'm not eager to break anytime soon). Found one little pod of active fish and just worked the area 'til we couldn't take the heat anymore! Left at noon. Fished north of the nets (33/14.5 line)... east of the pack.
Nothin' big but all nice.
 

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Sometimes a flat lake can be perfect fishin! Thanks for the report....that will be helpful to a few over the weekend.
 

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We were out about 5 miles. On the flat water, it took us about 7 minutes to get there and we were running about 30 knots.
 
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