It was hard to believe the readout we got on our Fish Hawk this morning up north. It was 69 degrees down 90 feet in 100 feet of water. After the northwest blow we were expecting cold water, not water that warm. It was rough up there too. We trolled into the waves and worked our way out deeper. We hit a big fish on a 375 copper with a mag Beefeater spoon that ended up getting off. We had to wait quite a while for the next bite. It came on an out down set at 95 with a pair of Bloody Nose spoons. It was a small Brown Trout. We went almost four miles north of the Point and out to almost 300 feet of water before we turned back south. The down temp remained 69 degrees down 90 feet. We took a small King on an out down set at 110 feet with a pair of standard Beefeater spoons and missed one on the other out down set at 95. We took another small King on a 450 copper with a mag Flounder Pounder. Our starboard high wire #4 Deeper Diver out 310 with an 8″ Fat Nancy Spin Doctor/Pickled Sunshine Action Fly took a two-year-old King. Our port high wire #4 Deeper Diver out 300 with a Stud Flip Fin Paddle/Pickled Sunshine Action took a nice Coho. We had a fish tug on it earlier but didn’t hook up. Our crew held up well in the big waves and made the most out of the few opportunities they had on the rods. We use Dreamweaver Premium Strips in all our meat rigs and Morgan’s Tackle copper and wire.