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Written By: admin on July 26, 2013 Comments Off

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

Steeelhead are being taken fishing in 90 to 130 feet of water, spoons off the downriggers, and lead lines off the Offshore boards are working well. Best colors are black with mixed colored dots, purples, green, and bright colors. Small, and Regular sizes have been working best. Look for the color lines on the lake and work them for best results.

Lake Trout fishing is fair to good North, South, and straight out of the harbor in 80 to 140 foot of water, Try using dodgers with spin and glows or spoons close to the bottom.

Some Walleye are still being taken between Harbor Beach and Port Hope in close to shore try 25 to 50 feet of water with small body baits and small spoons on the Offshore boards early morning and late evenings. Crawler harnesses with night crawlers are also working well. Some are still being taken off the wall early morning and late evening casting small body baits.

Bass and Pike are being taken in close to shore casting or trolling spoons and body baits.

Perch fishing is slow, try South of the harbor by the cemetery using minnows.

Lighthouse tours are running on Saturday mornings now. Come out and enjoy stepping back in time with a tour of our lighthouse. Call the Marina Office for advanced reservations or purchase tickets at the office the day of the tours. This also makes a lovely gift for your friends or family. Call 989-479-9707 for lighthouse tours.

There is plenty of water at the ramps and out the channel, ask at the office which docks have the best water.

Keep those lines tight,
Captains Ken and Janice Deaton

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Written By: admin on July 19, 2013 Comments Off

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

Some limits of Walleye are still being taken South and North of Port Hope in close to shore try 25 to 40 feet of water with small body baits and small spoons on the Offshore boards early morning and late evenings. Crawler harnesses with night crawlers are also working well. Some are also being taken off the wall early morning and late evening casting small body baits.

Steeelhead and a few Salmon are being taken out in the deep water, try 120 to 240 feet of water. Fish the top 50 to 60 foot of water using spoons off the downriggers, and two, three, five and ten colored lead lines off the Offshore boards. Best colors are blues, silver, greens and bright colors. Small, and Regular sizes have been working best. Work the color lines for best results.

Lake Trout fishing is still fair to good in the 85 to 120 foot of water areas, North, South, and straight out of the harbor, Try some dodgers with spin and glows or spoons close to the bottom.

Brown Trout will be in closer to shore. Some have been taken in 25 to 45 feet of water.
Use long lines with bright colored spoons and body baits. Using the Offshore boards will let you get in closer to shore with your baits.

Bass and Pike are being taken in close to shore casting or trolling spoons and body baits.

Try for perch South of the harbor by the cemetery using minnows.

Lighthouse tours are off and running on Saturday mornings now. Come out and enjoy stepping back in time with a tour of our lighthouse. Call the Marina Office for advanced reservations or purchase tickets at the office the day of the tours. This also makes a lovely gift for your friends or family. Call 989-479-9707 for lighthouse tours.

There is plenty of water at the ramps and out the channel, ask at the office which docks have the best water.

Keep those lines tight,
Captains Ken and Janice Deaton

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Written By: admin on July 16, 2013 Comments Off

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

Some limits of Walleye have been taken North of the harbor near Port Hope and also out of Port Austin in close to shore try 25 to 40 feet of water with small body baits and small spoons on the Offshore boards early morning and late evenings. Crawler harnesses with night crawlers are also working well. Some are also being taken off the wall early morning and late evening casting small body baits.

Steeelhead and a few Salmon are still being taken out in the deep water, try 150 to 230 feet of water. Fish the top 60 feet of water using spoons off the downriggers, and two, three, five and ten colored lead lines off the Offshore boards. Best colors are still the orange and black, green, blue and bright yellows. Small, and Regular sizes have been working best. Work the color lines for best results.

Lake Trout fishing is still fair to good in the 80 to 150 foot of water areas, North, South, and straight out of the harbor, Try some dodgers with spin and glows or spoons close to the bottom.

Brown Trout will be in closer to shore. Some have been taken in 25 to 45 feet of water.
Use long lines with bright colored spoons and body baits. Using the Offshore boards will let you get in closer to shore with your baits.

Bass and Pike are being taken in close to shore casting or trolling spoons and body baits.

Try for perch South of the harbor by the cemetery using minnows.

Lighthouse tours are off and running on Saturday mornings now. Come out and enjoy stepping back in time with a tour of our lighthouse. Call the Marina Office for advanced reservations or purchase tickets at the office the day of the tours. This also makes a lovely gift for your friends or family. Call 989-479-9707 for lighthouse tours.

There is plenty of water at the ramps and out the channel, ask at the office which docks have the best water.

Keep those lines tight,
Captains Ken and Janice Deaton

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Written By: admin on July 7, 2013 Comments Off

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

Brown Trout are in closer to shore. Some have been taken in 30 to 40 feet of water.
Use long lines with bright colored spoons and body baits. Using the Offshore boards will let you get in closer to shore with your baits.

Some nice Steelhead and a few Salmon are still being taken out in the deeper water, try 140 to 160 feet of water. Fish the top 50 feet of water using spoons off the downriggers, and two, five and ten colored lead lines off the Offshore boards. Best colors are still the black or silver screwballs, orange and black, green, and bright yellow. Small, Regular and magnum sizes have been working. Work the color lines for best results.

Lake Trout fishing is still fair to good in the 80 to 120 foot of water areas, North, and straight out of the harbor, try some dodgers with spin and glows or spoons close to the bottom for best results

A few Walleye have been taken from the wall and in close to shore try 25 to 40 feet of water with small body baits early morning and late evenings.

Bass and Pike are being taken inside the harbor and in close to shore casting or trolling spoons and body baits.

Try for perch South by the cemetery using minnows.

There is plenty of water at the ramps and out the channel, ask at the office which docks have the best water.

Keep those lines tight,
Captains Ken and Janice Deaton

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Written By: admin on June 28, 2013 Comments Off

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

Lake Trout fishing is still good in the 80 to 120 foot of water areas, North, and straight out of the harbor, try some dodgers with spin and glows or spoons close to the bottom for best results

Some nice Salmon and Steelhead have been taken out in the deeper water, try 140 to 160 feet of water. Fish the top 50 feet of water using spoons off the downriggers, and two, five and ten colored lead lines off the Offshore boards. Best colors have been the black or silver screwballs, orange and black, or black with glow. Small, Regular and magnum sizes have been working.

Try for Brown Trout in closer to shore. Some have been taken in 30 to 40 feet of water.
Use long lines with bright colored spoons and body baits. Using the Offshore boards will let you get in closer to shore with your baits.

A few Walleye have been taken from the wall and in close to shore try 25 to 40 feet of water with small body baits early morning and late evenings.

Bass and Pike are being taken inside the harbor and in close to shore casting or trolling spoons and body baits.

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

There is plenty of water at the ramps and out the channel, ask at the office which docks have the best water.

Keep those lines tight,
Captains Ken and Janice Deaton

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Written By: admin on June 25, 2013 Comments Off

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

Some nice Salmon and Steelhead have been taken out in the deeper water, try 150 to 220 feet of water. Fish the top 50 feet of water using spoons off the downriggers, and five and ten colored lead lines off the Offshore boards. Best colors have been the black or silver screwballs, orange and black, or black with glow. Regular and magnum sizes have been working.

Lake Trout fishing is still good in the 80 to 120 foot of water areas, North, and straight out of the harbor, try some dodgers with spin and glows or spoons close to the bottom for best results.

Try for Brown Trout in closer to shore. Some have been taken in 30 to 40 feet of water.
Use long lines with bright colored spoons and body baits. Using the Offshore boards will let you get in closer to shore with your baits.

A few Walleye have been taken in close to shore try 25 to 40 feet of water with small body baits early morning and late evenings.

Bass and Pike are being taken inside the harbor and in close to shore casting or trolling spoons and body baits.

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

There is plenty of water at the ramps and out the channel, ask at the office which docks have the best water.

Keep those lines tight,
Captains Ken and Janice Deaton

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