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Written By: admin on May 10, 2013 Comments Off

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

Salmon fishing is still good. Try gray, blue, green and orange colored
spoons on two, five and 10 colored lead lines or off the downriggers.
Fish 40 to 60 feet of water first thing in the morning then move out to
deeper water after the sun comes up.

Steelhead are being taken up closer to the top on spoons.

Brown Trout are in closer to shore. Try 20 to 30 feet of water using
long lines with body baits and spoons. Bright colors are working best.

Lake Trout are mixed in with the Salmon and also on the bottom in deeper
water. Try spoons and dodgers or dodgers with spin and glows.

Some walleye continue to be taken off the wall and in close to shore.
Small body baits are working or try a crawler harness.

There is plenty of water to launch your boat and get out the cut so come
on out and go fishing.

Keep those lines tight.
Captains Ken and Janice Deaton
J-Lyn Charters
Harbor Beach MI
810-542-0426
www.jlyncharters.com

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Written By: admin on September 18, 2012 Comments Off

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

Lake Trout fishing is slow, try fishing in 60 to 120 feet of water. Use
dodgers with spin and glows, squid,or fly’s close to the bottom. Try
white with pink dot spin and glows or orange and black, orange, and
yellow colored spoons.

Steelhead are being taken on the color lines in the 50 to 100 foot of
water areas. Start in 50 feet of water and work out. Orange, orange
and black, and bright colored spoons on the two, three, five and ten
color lead lines with the Offshore Boards are the best to try. Also try
spoons off the downriggers set from 25 to 60 feet down.

Some Salmon are being taken in 60 to 100 feet of water areas straight
out and North of the harbor using spoons off the dipseys and downriggers
and two, three, five, and ten colored lead lines with the Offshore
boards. Working 25 to 60 feet down. Halloween, orange with glow
ladders, orange and black blue berry muffin, copper with black, and lime
green with glow colors have been working well. Also you will want to
try some J-Plugs too.

Brown Trout are being taken in the 50 to 90 foot of water areas straight
out North and South of the harbor.

Perch, try inside the harbor along the channel and south of the harbor
by the cemetery using minnows.

Walleye, try North, straight out and South of the harbor at first light
in 40 to 80 feet of water on crawler harnesses or small spoons and body
baits. Early mornings and late evening.

Keep those lines tight!

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Written By: admin on September 10, 2012 Comments Off

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

Lake Trout fishing is fair, fish in 60 to 110 feet of water. Use
dodgers with spin and glows, squid,or flys close to the bottom. Try
white with pink dot spin and glows or orange and black, orange, and
yellow colored spoons.

Steelhead are being taken on the color lines in the 50 to 90 foot of
water areas. Start in 50 feet of water and work out. Orange, orange
and black, and bright colored spoons on the two, three, five and ten
color lead lines with the Offshore Boards are the best to try. Also try
spoons off the downriggers set from 25 to 60 feet down.

Some Salmon are being taken in 60 to 90 feet of water areas straight out
and North of the harbor using spoons off the dipseys and downriggers
and two, three, five, and ten colored lead lines with the Offshore
boards. Working 25 to 60 feet down. Halloween, orange with glow
ladders, orange and black blue berry muffin, copper with black, and lime
green with glow colors have been working well. Also you will want to
try some J-Plugs too.

Brown Trout are being taken in the 50 to 90 foot of water areas straight
out North and South of the harbor.

Perch, try inside the harbor along the channel using minnows.

Walleye, try North, straight out and South of the harbor at first light
in 60 to 90 feet of water on crawler harnesses or small spoons and body
baits. Early mornings and late evening.

Keep those lines tight!

Captains Ken & Janice Deaton
J-Lyn Charters
Harbor Beach MI
www.jlyncharters.com
810-542-0426

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Written By: admin on September 4, 2012 Comments Off

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

Fishing is still on the slow side with the rough water and fronts we
have been having. You will probably mark fish but have a hard time
getting them to bite still. Just keep trying in the following areas.

Salmon try in 60 to 90 feet of water areas, Using spoons off the dipseys
and downriggers and two, three, five, and ten colored lead lines with
the Offshore boards. Working 25 to 60 feet down. Halloween, orange
with glow ladders, orange and black blue berry muffin, and lime green
with glow colors have been working well. You might want to try some
J-Plugs too.

Steelhead, try the color lines in the 60 to 120 foot of water areas.
Start in 60 feet of water and work out. Orange, orange and black, and
bright colored spoons on the two, three, five and ten color lead lines
with the Offshore Boards will be the best to try. Also try spoons off
the downriggers set from 25 foot to 60 foot down.

Lake Trout fishing is fair fish in 70 to 120 feet of water. Use dodgers
with spin and glows, squid,or flys close to the bottom. Try lime green,
orange and black, orange, and yellow colored spoons.

Brown Trout try in the 50 to 90 foot of water areas straight out North
and South of the harbor.

Pike and Bass are still being taken inside the harbor and close to shore
on spoons and body baits.

Perch, try inside the harbor and South of the harbor by the cemetery
using minnows.

Walleye, try North, straight out and South of the harbor at first light
in 60 to 90 feet of water on crawler harnesses or small spoons and body
baits. Early mornings and late evening.

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Written By: admin on August 27, 2012 Comments Off

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

Fishing is still slowed with the front and storms going through right
now. You will probably mark fish but have a hard time getting them to
bite right now. Just keep trying in the following areas.

Salmon try in 60 to 100 feet of water areas, using spoons off the
dipseys and downriggers and two, three, five, and ten colored lead
lines with the Offshore boards. Working 25 to 50 feet down.
Halloween, green, orange with glow ladders, blue berry muffin, and
watermelon colors.

Steelhead, try the color lines in the 70 to 100 foot of water areas.
Start in 50 feet of water and work out. Orange, orange and black, and
bright colored spoons on the two, three, five and ten color lead lines
with the Offshore Boards will be the best to try. Also try spoons off
the downriggers set from 25 foot to 60 foot down.

Lake Trout fishing is fair fish in 70 to 120 feet of water. Use dodgers
with spin and glows, squid,or flys close to the bottom. Try green,
orange and black, orange, and yellow colored spoons.

Brown Trout try in the 50 to 90 foot of water areas straight out North
and South of the harbor.

Pike and Bass are still being taken inside the harbor and close to shore
on spoons and body baits.

Perch, try inside the harbor and South of the harbor by the cemetery
using minnows.

Walleye, try North of the harbor at first light in 60 to 90 feet of
water on crawler harnesses or small spoons and body baits. Early
mornings and late evening.

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Written By: admin on August 24, 2012 Comments Off

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

Fishing is still slowed with the high front going through right now.
You will probably mark fish but have a hard time getting them to bite
right now. Just keep trying in the following areas.

Salmon try in 60 to 120 feet of water areas, using spoons off the
dipseys and downriggers and two, three, five, and ten colored lead
lines with the Offshore boards. Working 25 to 50 feet down.
Halloween, green, orange with glow ladders, blue berry muffin, and
watermelon colors.

Steelhead, try the color lines in the 70 to 120 foot of water areas.
Start in 70 feet of water and work out. Green, orange, orange and
black, and bright colored spoons on the two, three, five and ten color
lead lines with the Offshore Boards will be the best to try. Also try
spoons off the downriggers set from 25 foot to 60 foot down.

Lake Trout fishing is fair fish in 70 to 120 feet of water. Use dodgers
with spin and glows, squid,or flys close to the bottom. Try green,
orange and black, orange, and yellow colored spoons.

Brown Trout try in the 60 to 90 foot of water areas straight out North
and South of the harbor.

Pike and Bass are still being taken inside the harbor and close to shore
on spoons and body baits.

Perch, try inside the harbor and South of the harbor by the cemetery
using minnows.

Walleye, try North of the harbor at first light in 60 to 90 feet of
water on crawler harnesses or small spoons and body baits. Early
mornings and late evening.

Light House tours are going strong. Every Saturday from 10am to 1pm
with the last trip out to the light house leaving the dock at 12:30.
Advanced reservations can be made by calling the Harbor Beach City
Marina at 989-479-9707. Come enjoy a trip back in time with a guided
walk through tour of the Harbor Beach Light House.

Keep those lines tight!

Captains Ken & Janice Deaton
J-Lyn Charters

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