The season has started successfully at the tip of Michigan’s thumb. The only problem has been the cold, windy, rainy weather. The area I have been fishing is due north out of Grindstone in 80-110′, just southeast of what we call the “tip of the reef”. Limit catches of Lake Trout, mostly 5-9 lbs, but some bigger ones have been showing up. The big surprise is the Chinooks, mostly around 12lbs. I have caught Salmon on every trip, but have had as many as 9 on in one trip. They are hitting spoons in the top 35′ of water, and the warmest water I could find is 46 degrees, but that will change quickly. Above are a few photos taken since 5-13-18. I still have a few weekday openings in June and July.