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07-21-2011 Southern Lake Huron

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Capt. Ken Deaton of J-Lyn Charters reports from Harbor Beach:

Lake Trout fishing is fair with some still being taken North of the harbor using the dodgers with spin and glows close to the bottom.  Any color seems to be working when they decide to take them. Try clean spoons off the downriggers.  Fish 50 foot down to the bottom for best results.  Start fishing in 120 feet of water and work your way out to the deeper water till you find them.

Steelhead fishing is fair, fish the color lines for best results.  Keep your lines up high as they are feeding on the bug hatchings right now.  Put out some 2,3,5, and 10 color lead lines on the boards, bright colors of spoons regular and magnum sizes for best results, fishing North of the harbor in 120 to 160 feet of water.

A few Salmon are still being taken North of the harbor fishing the 145 foot of water areas North of the harbor.  Clean spoons of the lead lines, dipseys, and downriggers are all working.  Fish 15 to 60 feet down.

Bass and Pike are being taken using spoons and body baits in close to shore or inside the harbor. Fish around the weed beds for best results.

Try for perch South by the cemetery or inside the harbor along the channel using minnows.

Walleye fishing is starting to get better try North of the harbor and north of Port Hope working in close to shore, 30 to 65 feet of water. Clean small spoons or crawler harnesses should work.

Every Saturday Harbor Beach Light House Tours will be available.  The time is from 10am to 1 pm, weather permitting from the Harbor Beach City Marina.  Call        989-479-9707   or   810-542-0426   for more information.  We welcome you to come enjoy a wonderful tour of our great lakes lighthouse that will let you take a walk back in timeYou will even see some of the original furniture used by the lighthouse keepers.  So don’t forget your camera!  The view from the top of the lighthouse is breath taking!  Tennis shoes or soft soled shoes are recommended.  Tickets are $20 and can be purchased on site or in advance.  There is a reservation list so if you would like to reserve your spot in advance just give the marina a call and you can do so by phone.   

Keep those lines tight!

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