We fished a mid-morning charter today. Our crew was part of a bachelor party and opted not to start at our usual 5:00 a.m. start time. We left the dock at 8:40 a.m. and headed southwest of Ludington Harbor. We set up in 100 feet of water (fow) and trolled southwest. The surface temp was 53 degrees. The Lake was dead calm and bugs were in the air. Perfect for Steelhead we thought. Our first bite was on a 3 color core with a Super Slim Starburst. It was about a 3 lb. King. Next bite was a 7 color core with a regular size Dreamweaver Michigan Coyote, another King. We heard reports of good size Kings biting on meat the last few days so we put some out on our divers and 1 rig on a 250 copper. We were running Dreamweaver’s new Premium Strips on all our meat rigs. The King pictured right hit a high wire diver out 110 ft. with a 10″ Yellow Sparkle Spin Doctor/UV On Ice Big Water Meat Rig. Our wire divers were good. Our other high wire with a 10″ Margareta Spin Doctor/Green UV Big Water Rig out 135 took two Kings. Our low wires were out 130 & 150 and each went once. Our 250 copper with a 10″ Kevorkian Spin Doctor/UV On Ice Big Water Rig went twice. We had a regular size DW Green Signature Series spoon (pictured below left) on a 10 color core that took our two biggest fish. We took fish on 3, 7, 8, 10 color cores, our 250 copper and all 4 wire divers. We missed two fish on our riggers. We trolled down to the high 51’s and turned back north. We made it out as far as 175 feet, but our best action was around 150 fow. Our crew had to get back to wedding practice so we pulled lines at 1:00 p.m. No Steelhead, but we were more than happy with the Kings. We had great action especially for a flat calm sunny day.