Reported slow brown trout action. Only a few fish were taken by those trolling around the piers with silver and black body baits or bright colored spoons.
Brown trout action continues to be slow for boat and pier anglers. A few have been caught on black and silver body baits and orange spoons.
Those trolling body baits in the harbor and along the shoreline have caught a few lake trout and brown trout. Hot colors were black and gold or black and silver. Pier fishing was slow.
Has one dock in at the Loomis Street launch. Pier anglers using spawn are catching light numbers of steelhead and brown trout. Those out trolling found brown trout along the shoreline and around the piers. Try orange, blue or yellow body baits.
Pier anglers caught steelhead on spawn bags. Boat anglers caught steelhead and a few brown trout when trolling around the piers with small body baits.
Pier and surf anglers are catching a few fish. Early morning or late evening are best especially with the warmer temperatures.
Steelhead were caught in the surf and off the piers in the early morning or late evening.
Steelhead were caught in the surf and off the piers. Fish early, late or when the weather is nasty.
Is producing steelhead for shore and pier anglers. Most were caught on spawn however a few were also taken on orange spoons.
Pier and surf anglers are catching steelhead when using salmon spawn.
Pier and surf anglers are catching steelhead when using salmon spawn. Strong winds have made it difficult for boats to get out.
A few trout and salmon were caught 50 to 100 feet down in 200 to 400 feet of water. Try orange or greens spoons along with green flies. Slow pier fishing.
Fishing has slowed around the piers but a few chinook were caught on plugs. A good number of fish are now in Pere Marquette Lake or up in the river. Water temperatures were still 60 degrees. Boats are heading out to waters 200 to 300 feet deep and fishing the top 100 feet of water with orange or green spoons.
AREA FISHING REPORTS