We ran south today looking for warm water. The surface temp kept getting colder the further south we went. We finally set up in 150 feet of water and trolled southwest. The surface temp was 48 degrees. The down temp on our Fish Hawk was 42 degrees at 50 feet. We had spoons on all our rods but two. We had plugs on two of our cores. Our out downs were set at 45 & 55. The chute was down 65. I set the 45 out down with a Regular Dreamweaver Chilly Willy and had a Super Slim Chilly Willy free sliding above it. I went to grab a diver rod and when I turned around that rod was tripped. So I reset it and when I turned around it was bouncing with a fish on. It was a Coho that took the main bait. That rod went three times this morning. Our out down at 55 had not had a hit so we put a pair of DW Chilly Willy’s on it. It went twice. We took a Coho and lost a Steelhead on it. We had Super Slim Chilly Willy’s on both our 7.5 color cores but they didn’t go today. At about 200 feet the surface temp warmed to 49 degrees. We worked between 200 and 250 feet of water. We took a big Steelhead and a Coho on a 5 color core with a Yeck Red Laser spoon. We took a Coho on a 10 color core with a Yeck Copperhead and lost a Steelhead on a 3 color core with a Super Slim Steelie Stomper. Capt. Shane on the Dreamweaver hit a King on an 8″ Kevin’s Girlfriend with a Pickled Sunshine DW Meat Rig on a high wire diver so we put one out on a high diver. It wasn’t out long when a big King hit it and ran out over 600 feet of wire. We fought it for at least 20 minutes before it escaped. We had 13 bites and ended up with 5 Coho’s, 1 Steelhead, and a big Lake Trout.