Here is this week’s fishing report provided by the Michigan DNR.
Grand Haven — Salmon, along with a few trout, were being caught 55 to 120 feet down in 80 to 150 feet of water. Salmon were being caught on green and orange spoons along with green flies. A few salmon were caught on glow plugs in low light conditions. Pier anglers casting spoons or deep diving body baits were catching freshwater drum.
Muskegon — Boats were catching a mix of salmon and trout 60 to 120 down in 80 to 160 feet of water. Pier anglers were catching a few freshwater drum while casting spoons. Green meat rigs and flies were working well for salmon.
Ludington — A few Chinook and coho were caught straight out from the harbor, south toward the Project, and at Big Sable Point. Spoons and flies worked well. The salmon were anywhere from 50 to 100+ feet of water straight out, 60 to 110 feet of water south and at 80 to 160 feet of water off the point. A couple lake trout and steelhead were also in the mix. In the harbor, smaller salmon were caught along with a few freshwater drum while trolling. A few pike were also caught in the harbor from the piers. It appears the early morning salmon bite has been best. A couple Chinook were caught in the evening, but it was hit or miss.