All Activity

This stream auto-updates   

  1. Today
  2. What depths? I'll be over there this weekend . Sent from my iPhone using Great Lakes Fisherman Mobile App
  3. Very nice! Great pics
  4. This is how it's done. Outstanding effort and a great report. We are all soooooooooo lucky to be able to get into these great fish. Fisherman on the west coast are fighting with the agencies to even get a season to fish and we get to harvest these magnificent finned marvels. Hope to get out with you again. You are a wise fisherman beyond your years. Tight lines!
  5. I should be out Friday morning and Saturday evening. I'll be sure to call out on 68 Sent from my iPhone using Great Lakes Fisherman mobile app
  6. Respectable outing. Thanks for the post. Great to see that ya'll got out on the big water and gave it a go. I'm sure you learned a lot that will help you out next time. Hope your fuel gnomes stayed away.... I was landlocked and wishin I was a fishin. Hope to get back up your way soon and give it a go with you. Will be working the "Dark Side" of the lake (West side) later next week if the winds stay passive. Lots of fish over on the dark side. Good luck with your next outing. Tight lines
  7. We fished the Friday 5 fish tournament and ended up with 7 fish so we weighed our best 5 fish which put us in 11th place. On Saturday we had a pretty good idea where to find the fish so we headed out to 100 fow and set lines once we hit 120 we had steady action out to 230 before we turned. Our best action was 190-220 we took a 19.8lb king along with 11 coho and missed a few nice fish and a bunch of coho all of the fish seemed to be short biting. Once we had our 12 fish for the tournament we headed to shallower water to try for upgrades and we ended up with 2 lake trout that were about 2lbs a piece bigger than 2 of our coho. Sunday we headed to the same area but set lines in 120 fow and we never made it to 230 before we had a 12.35 king and 12 coho so we pulled lines and headed back to shallow water to try for upgrades again but we just couldn't get them going. Our hottest baits where Michigan Stinger Spoons Jawbreaker and KC-1-2 as free sliders on riggers down 40 to 65ft for the coho as well as Morgan's 100ft and 150ft copper with Stinger Jawbreaker and Jordo spoons. The kings came on big weenie spotted dick meat rigs and a big weenie white rotator with a musselhead naked meat rig took our 19.8lb king! We ran our meat rigs 150-180 ft out on our wire slide divers. We had a great weekend of fishing and took 7th place in the amatuer division and 4th place in the 333 we didn't get many pics as the weather was far from ideal and the fishing was fast and furious for the most part. We will be fishing out of Holland, MI for the holiday weekend so if you are going to be fishing out of there call us on the radio! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Tapatalk
  8. Nice we will be up there this holiday weekend! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Tapatalk
  9. Nice work we will be up there this holiday weekend! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Tapatalk
  10. Nice work we will be out this holiday weekend give us a shout on the radio! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Tapatalk
  11. SoHa 5 24 3 for 4; Fished 40'-130'; small king, coho n laker. 104' rigger down 57' red purple uv spoon, laker 65' rigger bouncing bottom small tin can dodger glo green spin n glo king 114' dipsey on 3 out 121' on jagger bomb spoon speed a little hot 2.5-3 sog 1_3s building to 2-3s; nice day out there,
  12. Good job Truman
  13. Any Minute Now is in- Sent from my iPhone using Great Lakes Fisherman Mobile App
  14. Yesterday
  15. Good job! Glad you got into them
  16. Sounds like a nice fishing day. Great variety! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G900A using Great Lakes Fisherman Mobile App
  17. Holland 5/24 AM Fished a similar program to last Saturday. Set up in 90 fow this time again north of tunnel park. We were in 110 fow by the time lines were set, so went back in to 90. Still no takers, so we began heading deeper and began taking fish in 120 fow. Worked 120 to 130 down to Saugatuck picking up hits regularly with occasional double. Things began to slow down so we drifted out to 150 fow on a north troll and took two more coho. Our last hit came pulling lines in 93 fow, otherwise everything came 120 - 130 fow. Ran 4 riggers staggered every 5 feet from 70 to 55 feet down. Ran fixed sliders 15 feet above the ball. Braid dipseys with spindoctor/fly were set back 125 and 150 feet. Filled out the spread with 150, 225, and 240 copper. Trolling speed was 2.8 to 3.1. Everything took fish except 240 copper with Rickety Ranger, and a slider with Jerry Lee. Final tally was 1 laker, 3 coho, 5 kings, one that got away off a dipsey and 5 shaker kings we threw back. Lots of small fish out there would seem to bode well for next year. Baits that worked were: Green/glow spindoctor with Rapture Grand Illusion fly, UV Crush spindoctor with Big Weenie Last Brunch, Michigan frog, Silver Crush, Red Jeans, Blue Dolphin, Blue Hulk, Piston Cup, Blue Chilly Willy
  18. for sale

    Send me an email at [email protected] for my PayPal info. Sent from my SM-G900V using Great Lakes Fisherman Mobile App
  19. Started the day off a bit later than we wanted but I keep forgetting how early first light is. Went off nicks earlier report of possible kings by the piers so at 7am we set in front. Not a few moments after setting the first downrigger it took off! Landed a very solid king. Made an quick circle and again another king! However this one unbuttoned due to poor netting :/. We kept making circles in 30-35 fow and had 5 fish in 2 hours in front. Decided to pick up and then run out to 110 where we immediately took another very solid king. We stayed at that depth all morning taking another 5 fish until the waves built due to the approaching weather. So here's what worked. Direction didn't really matter. Going south 2.5 SOG worked best. Shallow: BLL hawg wild rigger 15 & 20 - 2 kings 1 coho 2 shakers Deep: BLL electric lemonade MAG - 1 coho Rigger 71 with white flasher UV aqua fly - 1 king Low Dipsy 131 back silver flasher UV aqua fly - laker/ king 300 cu SOG froggie 1 king Sent from my iPhone using Great Lakes Fisherman mobile app
  20. for sale

    Yes, can do Paypal. UPS Ground is $11.00
  21. Count me in Sent from my iPhone using Great Lakes Fisherman mobile app
  22. I will take them Let me know if u have paypal shipping to allentown pa 18104 Rusty [email protected] Cell 4842394723 Sent from my iPhone using Great Lakes Fisherman Mobile App
  23. Muskegon 5-23 midday Went out from 11-2 trying to sneak a dry trip. Successful. Dropped down in 105 fow. Took 2 ho's before I could get the third line in the water. Both on a UV vibrator fly free slider on a rigger 60 down. This set up has been money all spring on ho's and has landed a couple kings also. Took another ho on a 7 color mixed veggie and a 2 yo king on the rigger 80 down with a mod blue dolphin. Then swing and a miss on the slide diver out 140 with a Jordo. All in the first hour. Spent 2 hours trying for number 5 with no luck. Lots of marks and bites the first hour and then the bottom just dropped out. Screen and bites went dead. Ran a little quicker than normal at 3.0 SOG most of the day. Numerous bait clouds in the channel but did not see any dimpling the surface in the full sunlight.
  24. Well we are now up to 7 teams , I know a few of you are out dew to mechanical issues and family commitments, but it sure would be great to see 10-15 teams this week. Fishing is as good as it get right now.
  25. Great job as always Mike. Were you fishing shallow water? This wind has been a bugger this year. I'm hoping they stay shallow a while longer. Thanks for the report, and keep 'em coming.
  26. for sale

    Where is the boat located, and how was the maintenance on the more?
  27. The boat is located about 50 miles north from Port Huron. 7 miles south of Harbor Beach
  1. Load more activity