With warming surface temperature, fish are finally beginning to concentrate in the cooler depths. This past week, the temperature break has been around 65 feet down in 80 to 120 fow. While some Steelhead remain available nearer the surface and also in 140 to 180 fow,
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Grand Haven: Windy weather has turned the water continuously so water temperatures were consistent throughout the water column. Water in the 40’s brought a large number of steelhead close to shore.
Welcome to the frozen North! Ok, it's not that bad but this cold water just won't let up. Fishing has been as varied as the locations you can go to look for them as kings, steelhead and lake trout can be taken from our shoreline to Milwaukee right now.
How slow does a dodger and P-Nut have to go before a lake trout can't resist it? That's the question most of us have been verrryyyy slowwwwllllyyyy chasing an answer to for the last couple weeks as trout have been the dominant species in the cooler.
Grand Haven---Anglers are fishing 85-130 FOW. Kings are biting meat rigs in the colors of blue and purple in the morning and green and yellow later on divers and 300 coppers.
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