We ran a half day afternoon charter today. The sun was shining when we left the dock and it seemed like it was going to be a perfect afternoon for a trip . The wind picked up considerably from the morning and had switched around to the northwest. We ran south setting up in 70 feet of water and trolled south. The sun shined all afternoon but the wind was hard to deal with. Our surface temp was 41 degrees and with that wind blowing in our faces it was cold. We put two bags in to help slow us down but it was still hard to maintain a good trolling speed and to keep our lures near the bottom where we wanted them. We stayed on the south troll for about 3 miles without a bite. We turned back north and got a break from having the wind in our faces but still no bites. We worked between 55 and 70 feet of water through the same area we had good action on Thursday. We finally hit a fish on our turn back south. It was a nice Trout the hit a White Pink Dot Spin-N-Glo behind an 8″ Gold Spin Doctor on our high wire diver. The fish put up a good fight in that cold water taking drag and making a couple runs. We took another Laker on our turn back north on a 7 color core with a Yeck Fireball. Our last fish came in a low wire diver with a Lake Trout Candy Spin Doctor/Chrome Chartreuse WhirlyGig. We had a good crew that stuck it out under less than ideal conditions.