Proper Trolling Speed Means More Kokanee Salmon In the Cooler
Kokanee Salmon Fishing at New Bullards Bar Reservoir: Part 5 of 7. After missing so many fish, Mr. Warren decided to increase the trolling speed from 1.0 MPH to 1.4 MPH. This resulted in a better hookset, and we were able to boat a lot of fish. Come and join our journey. Don't forget to follow, like and share this video.
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