Monday, May 20, 2013

I fished on Capt. Jim's boat last night with his son.  We had a slow start but got a lot of action as night went on, fishing from 6:30 to 9:30.  We ended 6 for 10, all kings, including two doubles.  We had one shaker and 4 fish over 12 lbs, with one probably in the 18 lb range.   Earlier on, full core lead lines with spoons took hits but then the action shifted to the dipsies and spoons.  The downriggers finally got in the game with 2 hits as the sun was going down.  We fished in the 110 to 150 range with most of our gear down 40-80 feet.  The same pro-king spoon worked well as well as a variety of magnum spoons: Blue Dolphin, Carmel Dolphin, Blue & White, Bloody Nose.  Again, it was another flat day on Lake Michigan.  Its been a whole week without waves...

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