Capt. Ken Deaton of J-Lyn Charters reports from Harbor Beach:
A few Salmon are being taken straight out, South and North of the harbor fishing the 70 to 110 foot of water areas. Work deeper as the sun comes up. Clean spoons off the lead lines, dipseys, and downriggers are all still working. Fish the top 50 to 80 feet of water for best results.
Steelhead fishing is still good straight out, fish the color lines for best results. Be there early for a good bite. Put out some long lines on the boards, bright colors of spoons, small, and regular sizes for best results, fishing straight out, South and North of the harbor, start in 70 feet of water and work out to 110 feet of water as the sun comes up.
Lake Trout fishing is still fair. Try straight out, South and North of the harbor using the dodgers with spin and glows or flys close to the bottom. Try clean spoons off the downriggers. Fish 50 feet down to the bottom for best results. Start fishing in 70 feet of water and work your way out to the deeper water till you find them.
Bass and Pike are still being taken casting or trolling spoons and body baits in close to shore or inside the harbor. Fishing around the weed beds is still giving the best results.
Walleye fishing has slowed down, try North of the harbor and North of Port Hope working in close to shore, 25 to 60 feet of water. Clean small spoons, hot n tots, and crawler harnesses will be best.
Try for perch South by the cemeterymore→