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Water Produces Some Nice Salmon in Saugatuck
Mon Sep 07, 2015 5:15 pm by captron
Sept. 7, 2015 Fishing Report

Warm water fishing continues in Saugatuck. The top 60 foot of water is still 70 degrees, however a good thermocline has formed from 60 to 70 foot with a drop of 12 degrees. The fishing still remains very good in 90 to 100 foot of water with creel numbers in the teens and consisting of lake trout, Chinook salmon and Coho salmon along with an occasional steelhead.

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High winds changes fishing conditions in Saugatuck
Mon Aug 24, 2015 8:26 am by captron
Aug. 24, Fishing Report

The two day hard blow out of the southwest, changed the fishing dramatically this past week. Monday and Tuesday we were catching 20% Lake Trout and 80% salmon and steelhead with a good themocline at 50 foot. Then the wind blew 35 mile per hour from the southwest for two days and when we got out on Friday, we found 71 degree water from the surface down to 110 foot. …

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Limit catches in Saugatuck
Sun Aug 16, 2015 7:15 pm by captron
A great week of fishing with limit catches most days. 2/3 rds of the creel still consist of Lake Trout, however there are more Chinook Salmon and Steelhead showing up. Even with the rough water and high winds toward mid week the fishing was very consistent.

The Lake Trout were again taken on metal dodgers and spin n glos on the down riggers and low divers. The salmon were hitting on …

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Salmon, Steelhead and Lake Trout in the Creel in Saugatuck
Sun Aug 02, 2015 4:52 pm by captron
Aug 2, 2015 Fishing Report

Another great week of fishing with some limit or near limit catches of salmon steelhead and lake trout. For example, Friday we caught 17 fish, Saturday we caught 18 fish and on Sunday (in 4 to 6 foot seas) we caught 8. The salmon are running close to 20 pounds and the lake trout are pushing 15 pounds. Fishing the 80 to 95 foot depth continues to produce some very …

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Silver Fish increasing in Saugatuck Creel
Sun Jul 26, 2015 6:23 pm by captron
July 27, 2015 Fishing Report

More Silver Fish in the Creel

Another very good week of fishing out of Saugatuck with creel numbers in the teens and a higher number of silver fish in the mix. Fishing in the 80 to 100 foot depth as produced consistent lake trout limits and 4 to 7 steelhead and Chinook salmon in the catch.

The lake trout are still being caught with metal dodgers and spin n glos …

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A week of inconsistencies in Saugatuck
Sun Jul 12, 2015 5:51 pm by captron
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Cold water moves salmon in front the piers in Saugatuck
Sun Jul 05, 2015 3:16 pm by captron
July 5, 2015 Fishing Report

This was a week of change with some strong north winds for two days blowing in cold water. The water temperature changed from 63 degrees one day to 47 degrees the next and as a result some of the salmon and steelhead moved in front the piers where the bait schooled. During the July 4th weekend you could fish in 90 foot of water and catch lake trout and some salmon …

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12 pound chinook salmon showing up in Saugatuck
Mon Jun 29, 2015 8:15 am by captron
Another good week of fishing, however a little slower than the past few weeks with our creel numbers ranged from 8 to 14 with salmon increasing in appearance each week. We have had two to four salmon on each of the trips this past week and they are weighing in about 12 pounds. We are fishing in 90 to 100 foot of water; however there have been good catches out to 125 foot of water. Our creel is …

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Lake Trout and a few Salmon in Saugatuck
Mon Jun 22, 2015 9:20 am by captron
June 24 Fishing Report

The creel this past week consisted of 99% lake trout and an occasional salmon or steelhead. The best fishing early in the week was 70 to 80 foot of water, however, by the weekend the best depth was the 90 to 100 foot depth. The fishing is still very good with morning charter creel numbers in the teens and afternoon charters producing numbers of 6 to 10 fish.

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