Reports say that a few more whitefish have started hanging around the St. Joe Pier. Single salmon eggs, wax worms and spikes are catching some of those good eaters!
A couple of boats have been trolling out of St. Joe in 60 to 80 feet of water and are catching some salmon. Boats trolling in South Haven are also finding some fish in about the same depths.
Anglers fishing Swan Creek are finding some steelhead action. Spawn and flies are working on those fish. Fishermen on the Kalamazoo River running plugs and spawn down in the holes are also getting a few steelies. Good plug colors have been gold, copper, orange, and green.
There are still some folks out chasing bluegills this week. Anglers say they are moving up to a little shallower water. Places to try your luck would be North Lake, Jeptha Lake, Atwater Mill Pond, Three Lakes, Little Paw Paw Lake, and Pleasant Lake.
Gun Lake gave up a few walleyes this week. One weighed 6 pounds and was caught in front of the state park on a Clown color Rapala Husky Jerk. Walleye fishermen are also having some luck in the St. Joe River on crawler harnesses and Reef Runners.
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