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Fishing report

June 20, 2014
The Daily Mining Gazette

Keweenaw Bay: The ice is finally gone and the bite is slow but steady for chinook, coho, rainbow trout and splake. Anglers are trolling in 20 to 60 feet with a mix of spoons and body baits in a variety of colors. Lake trout were caught by those jigging off the Whirl-I-Gig, Old Mission on US-41 and Pequaming. Try 180 to 260 feet with a to 1.5 ounce jig with cut bait. Lake trout anglers in Traverse Bay caught fish off Big Louie's and Gay Point when trolling spoons in 130 to 180 feet. Those jigging off Big Louie's Point caught fish in 20 to 260 feet. The South Portage Entry was good for lake trout off Farmers, Newton's and the Big Reef when trolling 50 to 100 feet down in 60 to 130 feet. Try spoons or body baits. Salmon were caught by those trolling 15 to 25 feet down in 20 to 30 feet along US-41.

 
 

 

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