Hidden Lake Fishing Report near Sterling, Alaska

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fishing in the rain

on August 13th

used the smallest pole i had hooked this monster right in front of at least 15 people on the farthest island they saw my daughter taking pictures of my fish they must not have caught anything all weekend cause they got mad and packed up and left after that we caught a red salmon out in fiffty plus feet of water on a quick fish afterword we saw a fish jump so my dad decided to try to cast to the fish and the most unexpected thing happened the reel exploded right as he tryed to cast the reel went kabloowy and went flying everywhere allin all it was a good day its so they say thier isnt as many fish as in the springtime thats all bye

Location Details
Species Caught: Lake Trout
Weight: 12lbs and 22oz., Length: 24in.
Air Temp: 53 °F Water Temp: 42 °F
Gear Used
Holographic Swim Shad,-1,-1Featherlight Spinning RodsSienna Spinning ReelProLine Original Line Natural Clear

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