Well well well, talk to 5 or 6 different boats that fished yesterday and they all did good, but all fished in different areas. One boat was SW 230 deg for 10 miles and caught walleyes and lost 3 steelhead, another was straight out along the west side of the rockline and took 18 walleyes. Other boats fished the 130deg and did OK, well the last boat went to Morpeth and caught some walleyes in 30ft of water. Seems like there are all over.Orange coloured spoons were the mosted used.



They did OK yesterday, the boats that ran 130/140 deg to 72ft of water caught a mixed bag.  They were putting the riggers down around the 40ft  and Hotlips back 160ft off the planner boards, dipsys back 100ft on a 2 setting was also working well.



The fishing slow down a little yesterday, but the fish that were caught were at the 130 deg spot, which is 10 miles out just over the Rockline in 72ft of water. Trolling NE along the line.  Hotlips were the best lure again, running them back 150 to 200ft back off the planner boards. Someone came in and said they had good luck on black and purple spoons on the dipsys back 150ft on a 2 setting and the rigger down around the 35ft range.