Jump to content

Recommended Posts

Went 7-8 including a 10# and 17# king. The balance were lake trout. Turned one undersized laker back.  Fished straight out to south towards the power plant in 90’-120’. Both kings and a nice laker came in 95’. Did pick up a couple Lakers trolling on the way in between 85’-65’.   Down riggers, 5 color, 10 color and 300 Cu all took fish. 200 Cu never fired. 10 color and 300 Cu were best. All spoons. Started with the usual suspects and a mix of colors, but quickly switched over to a few more of my doctored up spoons after they kept firing. I can’t tell you the spoon names because they are custom. I just look for spoons that have some of that blue/purple UV tape on them and mark them up with my pink paint pen.  I started my new love affair with pink and purple spoons for salmon after having great luck with pink and purple small size spoons for Walleye. The spoons shown took all the fish except the bloody nose on the right that took a laker on 1/2 core on the way in. 

3C0C2D2F-733C-46A7-8F81-89CC1256464A.jpeg

9CAC3848-812D-4998-8446-BABFFE9765F3.jpeg

  • Like 3

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1 hour ago, Tyeeplease said:

Good job , great report, also very nice boat , trailerable to stay on the fish port to port, what model, size is it, love it!emoji33.pngemoji876.pngemoji226.png


Sent from my iPhone using Great Lakes Fisherman Mobile App

2050 Crestliner Commander. That’s exactly why I got the boat. It’s a great multi species boat and very trailerable. Works good on inland lakes and the Great Lakes. Besides our usual Lake Michigan salmon adventures, I usually (in normal times) Make several trips over to Lake Erie to chase walleye. We even took it up to Mullett Lake for a week last year and included one day where we trolled from Cheboygan to Mackinaw Island for kings. Here are a couple more photos if you are interested or thinking about one. It actually has more room for fishing than my old boat (shown) that I also loved, but was a one trick pony for the big lake.  

35416172-3EF7-4B9E-83BF-BD70A63FB590.jpeg

C3BF543C-E1DD-4D27-A1EA-82B55BC3922C.jpeg

2826AD30-032B-4F02-8091-E586515C1F9F.jpeg

48E2DBD5-6827-425F-9756-8045921D136E.jpeg

ACD76509-0484-4982-854B-C3451E43E8D3.jpeg

0DF4D62F-D2F5-4C6B-87B9-56312A8A3502.jpeg

C4D6076F-AA9B-4486-B516-0E1510E69C42.jpeg

211B281A-17CE-40B7-9D6B-F4EF361F569A.jpeg

  • Like 3

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

×
×
  • Create New...