Grindstone/Port Austin area continues to have great fishing, but it isn’t as easy as last year. There is some work involved to get a nice catch. Lake Trout have been suspended at times, so it’s worth running 2-5 colors of lead core with magnum spoons. Some Steelhead and Cohos have been hitting those high lines as well, but the Chinooks have mostly disappeared as they always do in June. Big Lake Trout have been hitting spoons near the bottom in 120-140 feet of water, anywhere from 330-15 degrees out of Grindstone. As of now, the water is still very cold and clear, and the Walleye are not showing up because of it. I spent 3 weeks at Drummond Island, and the fishing there was outstanding. Plenty of nice Atlantic Salmon, and Lake Trout were available. The best fishing was in the top 50 feet, anywhere around the mouth of the St. Mary’s River, and up to 6 miles offshore.