Good fishing on the bank north of Ludington this morning, but the conditions were a lot different from yesterday morning. The water warmed up and the current was strong. We had a bag in and we were backed all the way down to get 2.4 at the ball on our Fish Hawk. Yesterday it was 45 degrees down 50 ft. Today it was 60 degrees down 70 ft. Our best action was on the rods in the warm water. Our 80 & 95 ft. rods didn’t take any fish. Our wire divers were out 150 & 140 on the highs & 110 & 120 on the lows. We were running our usual Spin Doctors and Big Water Tackle Meat Rigs on all our wires except one low wire that had a Blue Casper Kingfisher Flasher/Blue Moo Big Water Rig on it. Again our wires took most of our fish when we were on the bank. The Blue Casper/Blue Moo took the 26.8 lb. King pictured right. All the reports I heard indicated the best action was on the south side of the point today. Our action slowed the further north we went and there was a lot of boat traffic to the south so we decided to run deep and see what we could find out there. We ran out to 350 FOW and trolled west out to 500 FOW. We hit Steelhead and Cohos. Our biggest Coho weighed between 12 & 13 lbs. We were taking our fish in 60 degree water out there too. A 5 color core with an SS Magic Man was good. Yeck Lighting & Copperheads on a 8 & 10 color core took some nice Steelhead. A Fuzzy Bear Frozen Veggie on a 200 copper took a couple of Cohos. We had a pair of Lemon Lime SS spoons 40 down on one out down and a pair of SS Sweet Corns down 45 on the other. A Blue Casper Kingfisher/Blue Moo Big Water Rig 65 down on the chute took a big Steelhead. We ran the same wire set ups that we were using on the bank. They got some action but weren’t as hot as the cores & coppers.