Has very good fishing. Chinook were caught on meat rigs and plugs 40 to 100 feet down in 60 to 200 feet of water. Coho and steelhead were caught 25 to 50 feet down with red and orange spoons. Most fishing is still offshore, but a few fish are now being caught off the piers in the morning and evening. Try glow spoons.
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 can be found from Big Sable Point to Onekama's 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.
Had good salmon fishing 50 to 100 feet down in 80 to 250 feet of water. Use glow spoons or plugs in the early morning then switch to meat rigs and green flies later. Pier fishing was slow.
Salmon have been caught 50 to 120 feet down in 100 to 200 feet of water. Meat rigs and flies in blue and green worked best. For early morning, try glow plugs. Steelhead hit on orange spoons in the top 60 feet of waters 400 feet deep.
Salmon are being caught 50 to 120 feet down in 120 to 280 feet of water. Glow plugs and spoons or green and yellow meat rigs were the ticket in the early morning.
Has good fishing 40 to 110 feet down in 80 to 200 feet of water with meat rigs. Good colors were yellow, green and blue. Try spoons higher in the water column. Green, orange and blue were good colors.
Fishing slowed compared to what it has been. Boat anglers found salmon 45 to 150 feet down in 140 to 300 feet of water. Meat rigs in yellow and green or blue and green spoons caught fish.
Boats are doing well in 80 to 180 feet of water. Try fishing the upper half of the water column with orange or green spoons and try meat rigs deeper. Pier fishing is slow for steelhead and brown trout.
Boat anglers are finding trout and salmon 45 to 110 feet down in waters 80 to 230 feet deep. Blue and green spoons seem to work best. Pier anglers caught a few brown trout when casting spoons.
Salmon and trout have been caught in waters 60 to 240 feet deep. Try 30 to 90 feet down with orange or green spoons. Pier anglers caught a few brown trout when casting spoons.
Boats anglers did well for trout and salmon in waters 120 to 240 feet deep. Try 50 to 130 feet down with green or blue spoons. Pier anglers caught a few brown trout when casting spoons.
Boat anglers caught salmon 50 to 140 feet down in 140 to 280 feet of water. Orange and green spoons worked higher in the water column while flies and meat rigs worked deeper. Pier anglers caught a couple brown trout when casting spoons.
Salmon can be found 70 to 140 feet down in waters 150 to 280 feet deep. Meat rigs and flasher/fly combos worked deep but green and blue spoons worked higher in the water column. Pier anglers caught brown trout on spoons.
The city fish cleaning station is now open. Salmon were caught 80 to 160 feet down in waters 150 to 300 feet deep. Meat rigs and flasher-fly combos worked best when trolling along the shoreline. A few brown trout were taken on stick baits and small spoons. Pier fishing for perch and brown trout was slow.
Salmon are being caught in 150 to 250 feet of water. Try 60 to 160 feet down with meat rigs and flasher-fly combos. A few fish were caught on orange or green spoons. Those trolling the shoreline caught some brown trout and lake trout. A few small perch and some walleye were caught off the piers.