Lake Trout have been taken straight out and North of the harbor in 105 to 130 foot of water. Dodgers with spin and glows and clean spoons off the downriggers close to the bottom have been working. Best colors have been blacks, greens, and purple.
Steelhead head have been taken in the same areas using spoons. Try some bright orange, greens, and pink colors.
Walleye have been taken straight out and North of the harbor using crawler harnesses, worm burners, small spoons and Hot and Tots. Best colors have been purple, blacks, greens and blues.
Bass are still being taken in closer to shore using small body baits.
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