At Robinson point in September there are two areas I like to fish. The first area is parallel to the shoreline east and west but out deeper in about 200 ft of water. I have found that for some reason The coho don’t seem to come in as close to the shoreline in this area. The second spot I like to troll is going north to South across the tides and current right at the point where the shoreline starts to open up into tramp Bay. I have found this very effective for catching coho while using a flasher a short leader and your favorite hoochie. For these fisheries I like to troll a white flasher and white hoochie  40 to 60 ft deep and move at a fast trolling speed about 3 mph.

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