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Went out of Muskegon Sunday morning. Water up to 50FOW was around 62* but we did not mark any fish so we kept motoring west. Water surface quickly climbed back to 68* but temp down at 50 feet was 54*.  We kept checking for marks but nothing on the screen until we got out to around 180 FOW. Decided to sit down and troll NW with the wind. Ended up finding fish at the 230 FOW mark between 40-60 down. Stayed fishing the 230-320 range for most of the time. Fished from 6am to noon and it was pretty lumpy out there with 3-4 footers.  Dark colored spoons and green/blue flasher fly combos took fish. We took fish on 10 colors, dipseys set to run 60' down, riggers with low spoons and sliders. The two of us ended up with 3 coho, one steelhead, and 6 kings. another 4 fish never made it to the net. Good luck out there and stay safe.

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