We started in the spot where we had been fishing kings after maneuvering our way through the maze of boats in front of the pier heads this morning. Nothing to show for our efforts there and heard from a reliable source (thanks Nate) that he was getting a few fish to the south in 80 fow or so. We powered out about a mile or so south of where they were at and set in 95 fow. We took a south/southeasterly troll. Right after setting in, I pulled up the SeaGrant water temp map. It showed a pocket of warmer water to the southeast, so I headed in a more easterly direction to get to the deeper water quicker. We had a few bites and boated a coho heading out. Noticed a mild break forming in about 225 fow, but saw what appeared to be an even bigger change further out. We turned in 290 after the water warmed to 58 degrees and our bites came in closer. Nearly chasing the forming break line we continued on it taking a northwesterly heading. Mono boards (no weight), 3 color and 5 color core and slide divers worked for the rainbows, coho and laker using a variety of colors of standard Pro Kings and a few Pro Spoons. Stingers and Stingrays have died for us. Kings came 73' down on a chrome flasher/mirage fly set up. Happy customers once again aboard Summer School boating 1 lake trout, 1 coho, 2 kings and 6 rainbows.
Time for this teacher to head back to the classroom for a few days this week. On the water every weekend in September. Still few weekend dates open. I will also be on the water during the week after school. Call for your date now.