Salmon fishing slowed but a few anglers still managed to find fish 70 feet down in 120 feet of water. Try orange and green spoons.
Had no pier anglers as the channel was muddy. Boat anglers caught steelhead 15 feet down in 240 feet of water but a few fish were also caught in shallow waters. Salmon were taken 70 feet down in 120 feet of water. Orange and bright green were good colors.
Had no pier anglers but the channel is still full of baitfish so try body baits. Salmon fishing was good 50 feet down in 150 feet of water when using flies. Brown trout and small coho were found in 10 to 15 feet of water.
Boat anglers found salmon in 150 to 160 feet of water. Orange and black were good colors. Lots of baitfish moved into the channel so this would be a good time for pier anglers to cast body baits.
Angler pressure was down and pier fishing was slow but a few brown trout were still caught in the channel by those using spawn bags. Boat anglers did well for brown trout when trolling south along the shoreline and the rocks with stick baits. Salmon were caught in 150 feet of water. Walleye fishing from the pier was hit-or-miss but a few were caught on body baits in the early morning.
Pier anglers were catching brown trout and the occasional coho on spawn. Boat anglers caught chinook salmon in 150 to 200 feet of water. Some were using horseflies and flashers but the bite was slow.
Fishing has slowed with most of the fish already up the river. Those still trolling south of the pier are catching big steelhead, three year old chinook and a few small coho. Try halfway down in waters 80 to 150 feet deep with spoons. Red, orange and copper were good colors.
Has good fishing as those trolling in 40 to 140 feet of water have caught chinook, coho and lake trout just north of Little Sable Point and north of the Pentwater pier. Green and blue spoons worked well however flasher/fly combos and J-plugs were also starting to catch fish.
Had good fishing with some big chinook salmon caught by those trolling south to the first point and fishing 50 feet down in 40 to 80 feet of water with dark colored spoons and J-plugs.
Had good fishing with a mix of trout and salmon caught by those trolling off Sable Point in 80 feet of water. Hot colors for deep water were green and blue but orange worked best in the top 15 feet of water.
Salmon fishing was slow however steelhead were caught in the top 30 to 50 feet of water. Try green, blue and orange spoons.
A few chinook salmon were caught about halfway down in waters 100 to 200 feet deep when using blue and green spoons.
Boat anglers trolling in 60 to 80 feet of water have caught salmon. Green and blue spoons worked best.
Catch rates were hit-pr-miss. Boats trolling south did find some brown trout along the surf.
Boat and pier fishing were hit-or-miss. Most of the steelhead have moved up into the river. A few brown trout were caught.