Grand Haven---Anglers are fishing 140-240 FOW and 20-80 ft down. Gold spoons with orange and yellow have been the best. Blue paddles with a blue or white fly 50-70ft down have also worked well.
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Because of inconsistent reports and to save fuel, we opted to fish the muddy and stained water in close. Temps were cold and baitfish were plentiful. Thursday provided Steelhead and Kings and a lone Brown on 3 to 7 color lead cores with bright spoons with spots. Riggers set 24 and 30 took hits as well. DW spoons i
This past week has produced some fair catches but I've heard the phrases "That's why they call it fishing and not catching" and "At least it's a nice day for a boat ride" more times than I care to hear them for the rest of my days.
Grand Haven---Anglers are fishing 75-175 FOW and running baits from the surface down to 70 ft. Spoons are still taking most fish and colors are orange, blue, and green. Spinnie bites have came on a white spinnie with green fly. Meat rigs that are yellow have caught fish too.
Recent strong north winds have brought cold water close to shore. Surface temps are in the 50's with the temps in the low 40's only 20 feet down. The result has been that fish have scattered but the good news is that while numbers have generally not increased, the quality of the fish caught has. Kings to 22 pounds and Steelhead to 14 pounds have been caught. Fish have been caught from 30 fow
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