We set up south today in 100 feet of water. The surface temp was 71.3 degrees. Fifty feet down it read 46 degrees on our Fish Hawk. We had our spread set with both high wire divers ,the chute rigger and one out down with Trout rigs. Our low wires had 10″ Spin Doctors with meat rigs and the other out down had a pair of spoons on it. We had a mix of spoons, plugs and meat rigs on our coppers and cores. Yesterday we had a rip on a 7.5 color core with a Super Slim Rasta Goose. I relayed that info to Capt. Kevin of Hackert Family Charters. He said he took a nice King on a Super Slim Chilly Willy on a seven color core. I had not run that spoon before so I went and picked some up. I put one on a 7.5 color core and a pair of them on an out down set at 65 feet. We had our three riggers and two divers set when the out down with the spoons went. We had a regular DW Chilly Willy set at 65 feet and a Super Slim Chilly Willy free sliding above it. The big King pictured below took the main bait at 65 feet. After a long fight we boated it. Hallelujah, our first King bite in two trips and it was in the box. Our next bite came on the 7.5 color core with the Super Slim Chilly Willy. It turned out be a nice Lake Trout. After our slow start yesterday we were pretty happy. When it got light we took the spoons off our out down and the meat off our low wires and rigged them all for Trout. We took two more Trout and then the action slowed. It was hard to get slow enough on the south troll. The current was strong out of the north. When we turned back north we had to bump up the speed to get good speed at the ball. It really pays off to have a Fish Hawk to see what happening below the boat. Our two best Trout rods were a high wire diver with an 8″ UV Lake Trout Candy Spin Doctor/Chrome Blue WirlyGig with Glow Wings and a low wire diver with an 8″ UV Chrome Spin Doctor/White Pink Dot Spin-N-Glow. We picked away at the Lake Trout and ended up with a nice box of fish.