Well so much for the nice weekend, Sunday looks good.  Boats seem to be all over the place, but most of them are East 100 to 120degs out until you hit 65ft of water just over the rockline, there is mixed bag of steelhead and walleyes The fish seem higher running the dipsys back 90 to 110ft on a 3 setting and on no certain colours.  Planner boards with hotlips back 120ft to 150ft, some boats are also running leacore and catching fish.



Just what we hoped for, the fish are starting to school up. Boats are starting to get some steelhead 110deg SE of the harbour (48-12) middle two. They said there was towers of biat in that area. The walleyes were just a little south 52-01 the middle two for them.  40 jets back 160 and 10 colour leadcore with Proking spoons. Looks like the weather is going to be great for the weekend, Sat morning 8 knots up 13 knots in the afternoon, and Sunday 4 knots is what they are calling for.



Congrats to all the winners in the 2014 Salmon and Pickeral Hunt. The boys are still fishing and catching walleyes SE of the harbour middle two #s 48-08 just over the rockline in about 65ft  of water. 40 jet divers back 150ft with spoons, planner boards with hotlips are still worll 150ft also.  Looks like we have some nice weather coming so lets get out and do some fishing.

Grand Prize Salmon: Larry Mailloux, Windsor – Rainbow 14.32lb 30.75in

Grand Prize Pickerel: Dennis Couture Chatham 12.07lbs

Junior Salmon: Cayden Patrick Ridgetown 9.27lbs

Junior Pickerel: Ben Rhodes Chatham 9.54lbs

Silver Bass: Scott Warriner 1.98lbs

Sheephead:  Shelly Duquette 12.70lbs

The Winner of the boat was Bill Payne.