The weather is looking great and so is the fishing as locals and charters have been getting limits! The bows are being caught more east at the point aux pins all the way out to where the rock line and pipeline intersect about 4-5 miles out in about 65-70 feet of water with lines set to about 30-35 feet down. However, the fish have also been caught just around the point close to the shoreline about 2-3 miles out. The pickerel however are being caught more SE to the little horseshoe about 8-10 miles at a bearing of about 170-180 in about the same depth of water with lines set out a little deeper to about 35-40 feet. Dipsy are being run on the same program at 80 feet on a 1 setting and 100-120 on a three setting. Riggers are being set anywhere between 35-40 feet. The spoon colours are also the same with orange and purple fronts that have copper backs. Hot lips and 40 jets are also being placed out to the same distance as before at 100 feet back off of the planers.



They found the fish!!! Head East to the Point of Pins, you can fish there and catch walleys and a few steelhead, but if you go a little further East over the gas lines but still on the Rockline there is lots of steelhead. They are running the same program, dipsys back 80 to 100ft, hotlips and 40 jets back 100ft off the planner boards. Still the same colour spoons Orange, and Pink.



The weather hasn’t been the best but the fishing has been great! With the recent high winds, fishing has been picking up especially for pickerel just off of the point in about 65-70 feet of water which is about 4-5 miles out just at the rock line and SW of the channel to the same depth which is about 10-12 miles on a bearing of 220 where you will get more of a variety of pickerel and steelhead going over both sides of the rock line. Dipsy depth is the same as it has been at 80 feet back on a 1 and 100 feet back on a 3. Riggers are set between 35 and 40 feet. The hot spoon colours are the pink and copper back spoons that have a purple or orange front. Hotlips are still being placed about 100 feet out.