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07-28-2011 Central Lake Michigan

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 Captain Ed Stowe of Stowaway Charters reports from Ludington:

 The fishing is still on the slow side with a few days of good catches.  The weather is really raising havoc with the fishing lately.  We got a North wind and it turned the water over on the point.  The salmon are on again off again.   The temperature at the point is 60 on the surface and 39 down 55ft. Moonshine spoons are the baits of choice, with spinnies and flies a close second. 100 and 150 coppers and low wire divers from 60′ back to 90′ are also producing.  Best fishing is from the Project  up to the three bears in from 60 ft out to the 3800 numbers.  5, 7, and 10 cores tipped with the standard steelie baits and Superslim Yellow Tails, Dolphins and Moonshine Carbon 14 on the riggers and divers are all working.    

  Good Fishin…..Capt Ed

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