Late report from Sunday morning.
Solo trip out of Manty, left the dock ~ 5:15 AM. Ran to the south a bit and set up in 100. Trolled in to 90, then out and worked 110 to 130 for a while. No bites before sunrise. A couple of small kings hit the deep rigger spoon, released. Nothing overly interesting on the graph, pushed north and deeper. Between 140 and 150 marked some fish and a few small bait pods. In 140 about an 8 pound bow, 50' silver/green flasher green fly. Kept moving north and out, released a couple small rainbows. In 170 a 300 copper with a magnum spoon got whacked, ripped out line and then went away. Worked 150 to 170, as I was pulling lines the 300 copper with the same spoon got another 8 pound rainbow.
There were a couple of boats still working fairly shallow (I'd guess 80 foot range) south of town when I came in around 11.
Most of the marks were down 40 to 60 feet, which is where the thermocline was.
Starting to get tough to rally the normal crusty old crew to get out there with the tough fishing. I'll keep banging my head against the wall........