It looked like a perfect morning for catching Kings when we headed north of Ludington this morning, foggy, overcast, and a little surface ripple on the water. We shut down in 100 feet of water and the graph looked good. We were starting to worry when most of our rods were set and no bites. As we were setting one of our last rods a nice King hit a full core with a regular size Dreamweaver Beef Eater on it. That rod took our first two fish. We didn’t have any big morning flurry, but the action was steady for the first few hours. We ran pretty much the same rigger program that we’ve been runnign the last few trips. Our other full (10 color) core had a regular Fuzzy Bear Yellow Tail spoon on it. We took five fish between those two rods. We took two Kings on a Blue Bubble Spin Doctor/Big Water Tackle Blue Moo Meat Rig with a Erie Dearie Trolling Strip on a 350 copper. The Erie Dearie Herring Strips have been working well for us. We used them on all our meat rigs today. A 10″ Black Crush Spin Doctor/Moo Moo BWT Meat Rig out 150 ft. on a low wire took an 11 lb. Lake Trout and a good sized King. The bite was fairly steady until the sun came out. That killed our action. We trolled the last hour without a hit.