We were able to get out on the lake last Sunday morning and see if we could entice a few browns to take our spoons and stickbaits, but after almost 2 hours of not a single rod moving, I decided to point the boat north and find better water. When we got to 50 feet of water I noticed the water temperature was actually warmer than
what is was on the beach, and it wasn’t long after that we were hooked up. That water was holding lake trout as
well as a few sparse coho and steal head. Unfortunately the action came a little late, as my 4, 5, and 7 year old
passengers were coming to the end of their patience, but not before successfully coming out on top of a double.
With the south wind all week, and warmer weather, the plan is to only put a very limited amount of time in close at first light, then move out to deeper water and find some lake trout and salmon to fish for.