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August 16 Weekly Fishing Report
Cheboygan: Anglers are still targeting trout and salmon out of Cheboygan. Anglers are trolling from the Bell to Mackinaw City, the back side of Bois Blanc Island, Lafayette Point and Cordwood Point areas. Anglers are fishing spoons in grey with white and black, or a white spoon with thin lines of pink, green, yellow and orange. Silver Bivirkninger and green flashers and flies are also producing.Cheboygan River: River anglers are fishing the Foot Bridge to the Locks using crawler pieces. Anglers are harvesting smallmouth bass, drum and rock bass.Hammond Bay: Has received a lot of north wind with four to six foot swells. When anglers were "4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone Ireland" able to make it out, they were trolling 9 Mile Point for salmon, steelhead and lake trout in 90 feet of water, 20 to 30 feet down and at the Biological Station in 100 to 120 feet of water, 25 to 40 feet down.Rogers City: Not much angling this week. Steelhead, Chinook salmon, and a few lake trout were harvested however, scattered all over and up and down the water column. Fish were high (50 feet) in the morning hours but quickly retreated to the bottom later in the afternoon. Getting out before sun up for an hour or two and getting out the last couple of hours for the day will be paramount this next week until things settle. Best depths range from 50 to 120 feet of water and finding where the temperature breaks. Anglers were using downriggers, lead cores, and dipseys in dark green, orange and white, black and white, purple, green and chartreuse. Good locations include straight out of the harbor off the hump, west "büyüme hormonu eczane fiyatı" towards 40 Mile Point, south towards Calcite Plant, Swan Bay and Adams Point.Presque Isle: Has been unfishable most of the week. Anglers that went out fished straight out from the marina, north between the two lighthouses, or south towards Stone Port. Good depths to try would be from 55 to 120 feet.Rockport: Anglers are finding fish off Stoneport, False Presque Isle and Middle Island. Walleye and smallmouth bass are being caught while trolling crawler harnesses and crank baits. A few channel catfish have been caught trolling with crawler harnesses. Steelhead and lake trout were caught while trolling with crank baits and spoons.Alpena: Smallmouth bass and rock bass are being caught in the Thunder Bay River using night crawlers, leeches, and spinners. Mill Island, the marina, and near 2nd Street Bridge are good areas. Those going out in boats into Thunder Bay are finding walleye near Sulphur Island, Thunder Bay Island and south of Scarecrow Island. Anglers trolling with crawler harnesses and crank baits had success.Harrisville: Fishing is starting to pick up in Harrisville. Lake trout are moving in closer being caught in 80 to 100 feet of water from the bottom to half way up the water column. Anglers are fishing darker colors including, black and purple and black and red. Spoons, spin and glows, dodgers and flashers are all working well. Steelhead and salmon are in 60 to 80 feet of water. Lead core, copper and planner boards in orange, green and silver combinations are working.Oscoda: Early morning and late evening have been the best times for fishing off the pier. Lake trout have been in 80 to 120 feet of water and mainly on the bottom. Steelhead are in 70 to 90 feet of water and about 65 feet down with dipseys and lead core working well. Salmon are south of the river toward Au Sable Point in 70 to 90 feet of water. Look for water temps in the 50 degree range.Au Sable River: Fishing is starting to pick up with the rain and water turning over. Catfish, walleye and smallmouth bass have been coming in. Crawlers, minnows and body baits have worked best.Higgins Lake: The rock bass are still plentiful this week. Anglers are using minnows and night crawlers. Trollers fishing for lake trout are using body baits and spoons with cowbells. Many anglers are jigging for lake trout and whitefish using Swedish pimples, heavier type spoons and sandkickers. Smallmouth bass are still being found around Treasure Island.Houghton Lake: Cooler weather conditions have been keeping anglers away. Comprar Levitra Anglers that are out on the water are catching walleye in 10 feet of water using crawlers and leeches. Bluegill and perch are being fished along the weed beds in eight to 12 feet of water.Tawas Bay: Walleye trollers are working waters from 25 to 60 feet deep and taking some big ones Comprar Gh Jintropin (mainly around 60 feet) Winstrol W Tabletkach Cena and also incidental steelhead on crawler harnesses. A few perch were taken off Jerry Marina in 15 to 20 feet of water. Anglers on the pier are taking some perch early in the morning on minnows. Lots of sorting required.Au Gres: Some perch are being caught in 25 to 35 feet of water off the mouth of the Au Gres River and around the inner spark plug near Buoys 11 and 12.Harbor Springs: The fish catch was picking up despite all the wind. Some salmon were taken near Harbor Point past the buoy, although more success was had with lake trout over there. A few salmon were caught in 170 feet of water.Petoskey: Wind conditions have kept the boats away most of the week. Salmon fishing should improve this week because of cooler conditions. A few lake trout were taken around Bay Harbor in 120 feet of water on spoons.Bear River: Anglers are picking up a few salmon near the dam. Effort is really picking up (especially early mornings) with spawn bags and flies.Charlevoix: Not many boats out during the beginning of the week because of wind all the wind did cool the water temperatures. Early in the week fish were caught at North Point in 100 feet of water but salmon caught at the end of the week were south of the pier with success coming 35 to 65 feet down, in 90 to 140 feet of water. Green and white and glow spoons were working. Some lake trout were also taken by anglers targeting salmon in the same areas. Boats traveling south to Cathead Bay also had moderate salmon and steelhead success. A few large smallmouths were taken on leeches off the pier, but most were sub legal. Walleye has been a bit slow but are still around and hitting on crawlers.Traverse City: Boats are bringing in a mixed catch of Chinook salmon and lake trout. Anglers had success jigging for lake trout at depths around 80 to 100 feet. Salmon have been caught running gear at depths varying between 50 to 110 feet down. Try spoons, flies, or meat rigs for the salmon. Smallmouth bass fishing has slowed down.Elk River: Fishing has been relatively slow. A few smallmouth bass and rock bass have been caught using live baits.Boardman River: Fishing has been slow. Anglers are catching rock bass and a few modest sized smallmouth bass using live baits.East Bay: Anglers are finding fish in 50 feet of water. Spoons in green and black, cotton candy and bread have caught fish. No Coho were caught yet.Frankfort: Pier fishing has boomed the past weekend with the arrival of alewives. Anglers report inside the wall surface temperatures in the mid 50 and outside the wall in the mid forties and an abundance of baitfish is ringing the dinner bell for Kings and the occasional Coho. Casting glow spoons prior to daylight and alewives throughout the day have kept anglers busy. Anglers trolling are spread from Herring Hole to Six Mile Hole and all points in between. Just outside the pier heads at daylight and at dusk has seen the most activity but some anglers are still landing good catches in the deep water. Hitting mostly on J plugs and the occasional meat rig fish are being landed from 40 to 120 feet down.Arcadia: Trollers are finding Testosterone Enanthate Street Price big and small Kings in 30 to 150 feet of water. The depths are varying. Most fish were caught early on with charged up glow spoons. After sun up, all tackle and all colors were working.Onekama: Water surface temperatures have taken a nose dive to the mid forties. With that, the bait fish have moved in as did the Kings, Coho and steelhead. The barrel has had some very nice catches, hitting mostly on J plugs but meat is still getting its fair share of hits. Alewives have moved in around the pier heads and anglers are taking advantage of the recent flip to land a few Coho and Kings by casting glow lures in the early morning and alewives during the day.Portage Lake: Bass anglers have been working hard to find good keepers off the drops in 18 to 24 feet of water. Bluegills, perch, rock bass, walleye and pumpkinseed are hitting better in the mornings on wax worms and leaches around the buoy and off Little Eden.Manistee: Recent north and northeast winds have brought cold water inshore along with good numbers of salmon. Fish were being caught in and around the harbor area using a variety of plugs, spoons, and flasher fly combinations. Catches are fair to good. Offshore waters are producing a mixed bag of Chinook, Coho and steelhead fishing the surface 80 feet down in 200 to 300 feet of water. Good pockets of fish Turinabol Once Or Twice A Day can be found from Big Sable Point to Onekama Barrel. Spoons and flasher meat rig combinations have worked best. Pier fishing has dramatically improved with the cold water and salmon are being caught casting spoons and still fishing with live bait.Ludington: Good numbers of fish are being caught in and around the harbor area using a variety of plugs, spoons, flasher fly combinations and glow baits. Off shore fish has been good from the Projects to Big Sable Point fishing the top 80 feet of water in depths of 250 to 350 feet. Catches include Chinook, Coho, Steelhead, and lake trout using spoons, flasher fly/meat rig combinations, along with some plugs. Pier fishing is also good with catches of salmon on casting spoons and still fishing with alewives.