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How is Choke Canyon in the wind? #13404890 01/15/20 03:43 AM
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I’ve got a PTO day on Friday and had planned to fish Choke. Current forecast is for 10-20 mph wind from SSE. How bad will it be if I put in at the south ramp and stay on that end? I’m in a Ranger RB190 center console (aluminum) with 115SHO.
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Re: How is Choke Canyon in the wind? [Re: SAdoc] #13404912 01/15/20 04:04 AM
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Re: How is Choke Canyon in the wind? [Re: SAdoc] #13405021 01/15/20 12:40 PM
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Put in at South Shore. Lots of places to fish in the south wind at this level. North wind is a different story.

Re: How is Choke Canyon in the wind? [Re: leethefishking] #13405083 01/15/20 02:00 PM
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Originally Posted by leethefishking
Put in at South Shore. Lots of places to fish in the south wind at this level. North wind is a different story.



Yep, definitely.

Still won’t be exactly calm, especially in an aluminum rig.

Re: How is Choke Canyon in the wind? [Re: leethefishking] #13405381 01/15/20 06:46 PM
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Yeah, you should be all right

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