They are catching some steelhead at the Point of Pins in 30 to 45ft of water, I heard running a dipsys back 40ft on a 2 setting, they were fishing high. Also fishing East of the point, the steelhead do not seem to be schooled up just yet.  The Walleyes are all over in little pockets its seems, some boats are catch more straight out 190degs of the harbour in 55ft of water, planner boards with hotlips back 100ft are working well there.



There are some steelhead at the Point of Pins middle tow numbers are 15/47 just East of the white stake.  They are fishing up alittle higher, running the Fourty Jets back 110ft and the dipsys back 100ft on 3setting. The riggers seem to be down around the thirty foot range, also using sliders. The water is only 60degs on the surface, and no wind looks like it is going to finally set up.  You will never quess, but Jerry Lee is the spoon!! Hope the weather man is right, it looks like a great weekend.



Well they found the fish today16/47 middle tow numbers, head East around the Point of Pins then just alittle North. The boats are coming in with good mixed bags,They were in 55 to 60ft of water, they were running the same program, dipsys back 110 to 120 on a 3 setting, 40 jet divers back 160ft and 30 jet divers back 190ft.  The fish on the riggers were coming from 28ft down with a slider.  There is no one colour spoon, but orange and copper seem to be the most talked about.