Well some boats are running West 240 deg and some boats are running 90 deg East they are all fishing in 65 to 70ft of water. We are not filling the coolers but catching a nice mixed bag. Fishing West they have been running the same program as all summer, dipsyes back 100 on a 1, 120 on a 2, 140 on a 3, and 160 on a 4. Copper spoons like Jerry Lee and Brown Trout. We ran downriggers down 42 to 48ft with the same spoons. Some of the charter boats are using the planner boards, and running 40 jets, back 150ft, and 7 to 8 colour leads core.
Everything has been the same as far as where the fish have been for the past week; 135 degrees out of the harbour, around 60ft deep, and using a dipsy/spoon program. Numbers are decent coming in. Today it seems that winds are from South/Southwest varying from 6-9 knots before lunch, then picking up to 13 knots through the afternoon into the evening.
Nice weather outside with an East wind at about 6-7 knots on average. There have been many boats going out today. The locations are still staying the same with steelhead being caught at 135 degrees southeast in about 60-65ft of water off of the point. Jerry Lee’s and basically any orange and copper colour have seemed to be hitting. Haven’t heard much from boats going west towards the horseshoe; however, news just in that there are perch being caught off of the rifle range and in the bay close to the channel.