06-20-2014 Southern Lake Huron :

Capt. Janice Deaton Of J-Lyn Charters Reports from Harbor Beach: Some Salmon, and Steelhead, are being taken in the 70 to 135 foot of water areas straight out, South and North of the harbor, using Spoons off the downriggers, and the 2, 3, 5, 8, and 10 colored lead lines off the Offshore boards. Small, Regular and Magnum size spoons are still working best. You can also look for the color lines on the lake and work them for better results. Best colors have still been the orange and black, purple and black, gold with orange & black, and bright colors. Some limits of Lake Trout are still being taken, South, North, and straight out of the harbor in 65 to 135 feet of water, using dodgers or cow bells with the spin and glows and spoons close to the bottom and also spoons down 50 to 90 feet. Walleye fishing is still slow, but a few are being taken casting from the wall. Try early morning and late evening casting small body baits and spoons for best results. Perch colors and silver … [Read more...]

06-17-2014 UP Northern Lake Michigan


  Port Captain Bill Myers from Deltadawn Charters Reports from Gladstone The morning started out with a bang; thunder and lightning that is -with northeast winds at 5-10mph to boot. Luckily for us, the front passed and we set sail out of Gladstone harbor into the beautiful Bays de Noc. This was the second charter for the Harker family and the Delta Dawn. The first time out we went salmon fishing and mom and dad had to catch all the fish as the kids where to small to handle the salmon. So this morning, for our second adventure, we went walleye fishing and it was all up to the boys to bring in the days limit. Their face's said it all as soon as we got the lines in the water. It made me wonder just who got caught the fish or kids? After a beautiful mornings fishing, we ended up with 4 walleye in the box. We lost 4 and threw back 3 more, plus 3 bass. Unfortunately, the rain came back we called it a day. The boys wanted to stay but mom and dad said "no another time". … [Read more...]

06-14-2014 Lake St. Clair


awesome fCapt. Frank Piku of Golden Streaker Charters Reports from Lake St. Clair: My secret spot on the Detroit river still has a great pod of walleyes every time I think I will have to leave the River and go into the Lake I keep getting fishing in the River. one more time maybe one more week The Biondo family limited out by noon. This is the advantage you get with Charter Captain that fishes almost every day By using night crawler harnesses it makes drifting easy. I have room for 2 anglers on Monday June 16th or for up to 6 on Thursday June 19th this will be my last week on the river Call me for a date Captain /Frank 305 509 1547 … [Read more...]

06-15-2014 Northern Lake Huron

Captain Terry Walsh from Termar Charters Reports from Au Gres : Walleye fishing out of Au Gres and south has been exceptional all week. Limit catches have been common, and the size of many of the fish is definitely larger than in previous years. A respectable number of walleye five pounds and larger have been showing up in anglers' fish boxes on a regular basis. Most anglers are trolling with crawler harnesses behind 2-ounce in-line weights run 45-55 feet back behind in-planer boards while fishing depths of 27-35 feet of water. However, I talked to anglers today who fished the Eagle's Landing area east of Standish, who pulled limit catches from water as shallow as six feet. Trollers were also taking limit catches from Pinconning all the way down to Linwood while working depths of 17 to 24 feet of water. In short, there seemed to be good walleye action just about anywhere anglers were trolling. In the past week I know of three different boats that needed a friendly tow back to … [Read more...]

06-08-2014 Lake St. Clair:

Capt. Frank Piku of Golden Streaker Charters Reports from Lake St. Clair: The walleyes are hot when you know where to find them !!!! Thursday we fished into the LAKE AND ONLY FOUND ONE FISH HIT THE Detroit River at noon and finally found a school caught 6 nice ones on the Canadian side before time ran out Friday we hit the cow pasture all morning no fish When we found the school we boxed 12 nice fish, Saturday we tried the lake again no luck!!!! hit the river hot spot and boxed a dozen than went trolling for muskies no luck on opening day SUNDAY we hit the gambled hot spot and boxed 18 walleyes rule is find the fish. Best advise charter a Captain that fished almost everyday and finds the fish The Detroit River is hot with Walleyes good for another week before they move into the lake. call me for a date Captain Frank 305 509 15467 … [Read more...]

05-25-2014 Upper Peninsula

Captain Bill Myers from Deltadawn Charters Reports from Gladstone: > May 25 2014 Walleye Charter They didn't come fast,had to work for them > Found them in 15 to 20 feet of water > Water temp 55 degree > South winds 10 to 15 and sunny > Put 8 in the box and lost few more > All in all had a great day on the water > Capt. Bill and long time charter friends the Frankensteins … [Read more...]

05-17-2014 Detroit River

Capt. Frank Piku of Golden Streaker Charters Reports from the Detroit River: Walleyes turned on after a very slow weekend Monday morning was different !!!!!!!!! We had nice hook ups for some big Walleyes We put 8 in cooler and released lots of Bass too. The bite turned on after very slow Friday and Saturday fishing trips We got chased off the river at 11 am with threatening thunderstorms The bite has tuned on again Call me to get on the bite. Captain Frank 305 509 1547 … [Read more...]