Wow what a week of fishing . On Monday we fished up north off the bank. We boated 9 fish in less than an hour before a storm rolled in and chased us off the lake. We headed back up there on Tuesday and had another great day of fishing boating 15 fish. On Wednesday we headed south to do some scouting for the Offshore Classic. It took us a while to find the fish but when we did we got some nice ones. We boated 14 fish and 8 of them were mature Kings. For the Ruboy Thursday Event we headed back to Little Point Sable hoping to connect up with some of those big Kings we found on Wednesday. We weren’t so lucky. We caught several fish and had 5 mature Kings to weigh but they weren’t as big as the ones we caught on Wednesday. Our five biggest fish weighed 62.8 lbs. and put us in 23rd place out of 65 boats. The winner was Tail Chaser with a 5 fish weight of 72.65 pounds. The Bud Light Ladies Classic was held on Friday and our women’s team showed up ready to fish. The Lake was rough and foggy with the wind blowing from the southwest. Tournament control decided it wasn’t too rough to fish so off we went. We headed back up to Little Point looking to catch some of those big ones we missed on Thursday. We didn’t find them. We had a nice catch and our woman’s crew did a great job fighting, netting and landing the fish. We weighed our 3 biggest kings, our biggest Steelhead and heaviest Lake trout for a total of 53.9 pounds which put us in 7th place out of 22 pro teams. Team Dreamweaver 3 finished in 1st place with a total weight of 64.9 lbs. The Pro/Am started Saturday morning. It was hard to decide if we wanted to fish north or south. After much agonizing about which way to go we headed north. The boat traffic was heavy on the Bank. We couldn’t find a place to set down until we were just short of the Point in 140 feet of water (fow). We hit a King right away. Our action was steady. We boated 9 kings and a Brown Trout before 8:00 a.m. Our plan was to pull lines and head back south on the Bank in 100 fow and get 2 Lakers and then upgrade the rest of the morning. Mother Nature had other plans. A big storm blew in from the west and the tournament was cancelled. Our day one catch would not count. It was very disappointing to say the least. So today it was a one day shootout. We set up in almost the same spot as yesterday and hit two fish right away on our chute rigger down 90 ft. with a Tin Can Dodger and a Pickled Sunshine Actin Fly. We landed one and missed the other one. We trolled north northwest to almost the 05’s hitting a few fish before we turned back to the south. We didn’t have near the action today as yesterday. You could weigh a total of 12 fish today with no more than 9 of any one specie. We ended up only landing 11 fish, 7 Kings and 4 Steelhead. We finished up in 8th place which was good for $500 and finished 11 in the 333 Tournament. We chose a Silver Horde package for our prize. Congratulations to the Pier Pressure Team for winning 1st place for the second year in a row. Our hottest rig for the whole week except for today was a 10″ Mountain Dew Slick Spin Doctor/4th of July Big Water Meat Rig. We had them on both our port side wire divers and our low diver on the starboard. It was by far our best producer up until today. We never had a bite on it today. Our best rod today was a 10″ Light Green Holographic Slick Spin Doctor/Pickled Sunshine Action Fly Meat Rig. Our second best rig during tournament week was a 8″ UV Lizard Spin Doctor/UV On Ice Big Water or Yellow Gasoline Dreamweaver Meat Rig. We had good results with it on a 175 copper, 10 color core and a 200 copper. A 300 copper with a 10″ Chrome Killer Spin Doctor/Green UV Big Water rig took our last 2 kings today. We would have liked to have finished in 1st, but there will be another chance at it next year. We use Dreamweaver Premium Strips in all our meat rigs and Morgan’s Tackle copper on all our copper rods.