It wasn’t as rough as we expected when we set up in 130 feet of water. The surface temp was 72. It was 51 degrees 50 feet down on our Fish Hawk. The picture on our graph did not look good. The screen was clean and stayed that way for a while. We finished setting all our rods and no bites. We put it on an out troll and finally took a fish on our starboard out down set at 65 with a pair of standard size Dreamweaver Green Hulks. We had one free sliding above he main bait. Those spoons took at least 5 fish for us today and we missed at least 3 more. Our biggest King came on the Hulk main bait. It hit on the starboard side and ran across all our port side coppers. We had a mess but boated the 23 lb. King. Only one bite on our chute rigger set at 70 with an 11″ White Slick Paddle/Pickled Sunshine Action Fly. It took 1 of our 7 Steelhead. Our port out down was set at 70 with a pair of Green Glow spoons. They went several times and took our second biggest King. Our best diver was a high wire out 200 with a 10″ Black Slick Spin Doctor/Pickled Sunshine Action Fly. Our port low wire Deeper Diver out 110 with a 10″ White Crush Green Fish Scale Spin Doctor/Pickled Sunshine DW meat rig went twice. Our only diver bite on the starboard side was on a 10″ Kevin’s Girlfriend Spin Doctor/Pickled Sunshine Action fly out 200. We took a King and a Steelhead on a 200 copper with a DW Rasta Goose. We took fish on our 225, 250, 300 & 325 copers. It got rough out there. Our crew stuck it out through a rainstorm and big waves and were rewarded with lots of action and a real nice catch. We use Dreamweaver Premium Strips in all our meat rigs and Morgan’s Tackle copper and wire. We pull our coppers and lead cores behind Dreamweaver Ninja Boards.