The strong winds from the last two days have scattered the fish again. We fished southwest of Ludington today setting up in the low 55’s and middle of the 36’s. Our first fish came on a high wire diver out 110 on a regular size Dreamweaver Green Glow Spoon. It was a good size King. We trolled out to the 40 line but didn’t have a bite past the 38’s. We ended up catching our fish mostly between the 35’s & 37’s west and 53 to 51 north. The waves were 3 to 4 feet and it was hard to get a good troll. A Super Slim Modified Blue Dolphin on a 150 copper took 2 Lakers. Our biggest King came on a 10″ Spin Doctor and home made Pickled Sunshine Meat Rig we obtained from Team Early Bird in the Ludington tournament. That rig (pictured right) went twice on the morning trip and twice on our afternoon trip. The waves kept building all day and we didn’t think we get our afternoon trip in. Despite being advised of the slow fishing and big waves our afternoon crew wanted to go. So we loaded up and headed north. We set up in 120 feet of water (fow) off the bank and trolled north. The strong west wind made if difficult to stay on the bank, but we did the best we could. Our crew was tough and we managed to land 4 fish. We had 6 bites and the youngest crew member (pictured below) landed 2 of the 4 fish we caught.