After our good day fishing on Wednesday we went right back to the same area and put out the same spread that worked for us then. We did not get the same results. The water had warmed a few degrees, but conditions looked the same. We had a tough day with seven bites and four fish. Not really hearing of anything better we went back to the 01’s on Friday and tried it again. We set up in 140 feet of water (fow) in the 01’s and took it north. We marked loads of bait and some fish as well. Our first bite was on a 300 copper with a 10″ White Slick Spin Doctor/UV Green Big Water meat Rig. It was a nice king. A low wire diver out 130 with a 10″ White Crush Spin Doctor/Froggie Big Water rig took the next King. A heavy fog set in and that made it tough to stay in the 140 to 150 foot range because several boats were working in that area. We decided to work on the outside of the pack fishing between 180 and 250 fow the rest of the morning . We were getting lots of hits, but they weren’t hooking up well. One of our out downs took a hit at 85 feet down on a glow spoon. It was about a 6 lb. Coho. That explained why we weren’t getting the good hook ups. They were Coho bites. We ended up taking 3 more of them, a couple more Kings and a Lake Trout. We don’t have another scheduled until next Tuesday.