We fished north the last two trips. Yesterday we set up on the south side of the Point in 110 feet of water. It was a lot rougher than the forecast had predicted and the north wind was cold. Our crew wasn’t dressed for the occasion and the fishing was slow. We fished for about two hours, landed a small King and about a 6 pound King. The waves were building and our crew was cold. They decided to call the trip early. The forecast looked good for today and they wanted to give it another try. We ran back north and kept going north of the Point until the surface temp was 50 degrees. We shut down in 130 feet of water and hit 3 quick fish. First was a high wire diver out 130 with a Mag Dreamweaver Blue Dolphin. Next was a low wire diver out 70 with an 8″ Kevin’s Girlfriend/Liquid Sunshine Action Fly. Third was a 225 copper with a glow spoon. We boated 2 out of 3. Then it was slow going. We talked to a couple other boats and they were hitting fish but it was dead for us. We headed out deeper and took a couple more. Our biggest King came on an 8″ Seneca Special Spin Doctor/Pickled Sunshine Action Fly out 100 on a low wire diver. We hit another double on a 175 copper with a Super Slim UV Black Dot Starburst & a 300 copper with a Mag DW Blue Hulk. We took a small King on an 8″ Chrome Mountain Dew Spin Doctor/Pickled Sunshine Action Fly out 85 on a low wire diver. We lost a big King on a 225 copper and took a small one on a 200 copper with a Mixed Veggie Super Slim . We never had a bite on our riggers and it wasn’t from lack of trying. We changed a bunch of baits but the fish didn’t want anything to do with them.