How deep do you have to fish to catch coho in lake cascade?

Thanks for the quick response to my earlier question. Do people using a rapala plug fish a deep tail dancer that can drop down to 20 for 30 feet; or do they use rapalas that are closer to the surface? Is there a water temperature preference coho like that I could find the sweet spot in the water with my cannon temp and speed sensor? I take it coho like lures a little faster than kokanee trolling, somewhere around the 2 to 2.5 mph range. Again I appreciate any information that can help make for a great time at lake cascade. Thank you

Answer: 

Most folks are targeting coho in the deeper areas of the lake more towards the middle. I would use a rapala type plug maybe a rainbow or silver color. Don't use kokanee gear. I don't think you need to use planner boards unless you have more than a few rods you want to use, usually planner boards get your bait or lure more out to the side, you might try, maybe its the seceret combo.

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May 3, 2012 - 2:16pm