Fishing remains good out of Holland. We have been catching 7-15 fish per trip with mainly lake trout mixed with steelhead and a few kings. We've been fishing 120-170 ft of water. Riggers near bottom for trout. Divers back 330-450ft have also been taking trout. We've taken the majority of our silver fish on Bloos Run coppers in 100-275 ft lengths with small orange spoons and a few fish on meat rigs. Have a great week!If you have a Salmon Fishing Report for Lake Michigan please click on the "Comments" link below. Fish On!
Friday, July 8, 2022
7/7/22 We fished from 120-145 fow holland to Saugatuck with the best water being south. Finished 8-15 for the trip.
Corner riggers were the best for trout with spin and glows. 1 low diver bite for trout is the only additional trout bite we were able to get. With silver bites coming off the 175 and 225 coppers with standard spoons.
7/8/2022 We fished the same waters as 7/7/22 but the fishing was better north by holland. Had a hard time getting the fish in the boat. At one point we were 2-10 but finished strong at 6-17.
Corners again were good for trout. Also a high diver towards bottom with a pro troll and green fly worked up a trout.
Silver bites came off the 100, 125, 175 coppers. Standard size spoons. No silver fly bites today.
Hope you enjoy your weekend. Hope this information helps.
Rod Boss Sportfishing
Monday, July 4, 2022
Fishing has been on the slower side for silver fish. We have been catching 8-14 fish per trip with the majority being lake trout mixed with steelhead and a few kings. We have been fishing 110-160, shallower in lower light and deeper as the sun is higher. We have been targeting lake trout with riggers on bottom and high divers back 300-400 ft. Our low diver back 140-200 have taken a handful of silver fish with big weenie meat rigs. Blood Run coppers in 150-450 have been taking a few steelhead and kings pulling spoons on the higher stuff and meat rigs on the deeper. Have a great Fourth!If you have a Salmon Fishing Report for Lake Michigan please click on the "Comments" link below. Fish On!