Lexington to Port Austin

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Lexington to Port Austin

Postby Aquarius » Mon Jun 19, 2017 4:57 pm

Lexington to Port Austin: Pier fishing at Lexington was producing rock bass and smallmouth bass. Boat anglers caught lake trout and steelhead when trolling spoons in 60 to 80 feet. Harbor Beach had a few nice perch caught off the breakwall but the bite has now slowed. Those out trolling caught steelhead and lake trout in 30 to 180 feet and walleye in 35 to 40 feet when heading north towards Port Hope. Those trolling out of Port Austin were taking walleye on harnesses and body baits in 40 feet. A few good size whitefish were taken off all ports. Pier and shore anglers caught smallmouth bass.

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Re: Lexington to Port Austin

Postby Aquarius » Mon Jun 19, 2017 4:57 pm

Saginaw Bay: Walleye were hitting in many places including 17 to 20 feet off Pinconning, 18 feet off Linwood, and five to eight feet off the mouth of the Kawkawlin River however the best reports came from the south end of the Slot from Quanicassee to Sebewaing and up onto the Bar (Coryeon Reef) in 12 to 13 feet. Fish were also caught outside the islands off Bay Port and along the weed beds in Wildfowl Bay. Some of the east side anglers were going out as far as the shipping channel and getting fish in 25 feet and deeper. From Caseville, a couple fish were caught in 15 feet off Oak Point in the early morning. Hot spinner colors were chartreuse, anti-freeze, fire-tiger and purple.


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