Gone fishin’

• Marquette: Near limits of coho were caught near White Rocks and from the Chocolay River mouth to shot point. Flasher/fly and j-plugs worked best in 40 to 60 feet. A few steelhead and brown trout were also caught. Lake trout were caught between White Rocks and Granite Island.

• Au Train: Good numbers of lake trout were caught within a few miles of Au Train Island. Those targeting coho had varied results.

• Munising: Anglers trolling within Munising and Trout bays had mixed results with only a few coho caught. Shore and pier anglers at the Anna River reported very few splake.

• Grand Marais: A few coho and steelhead were reported last weekend with boaters trolling east in depths less than 25 feet towards the Sucker River. A few lake trout were reported from those fishing straight out from the breaks near the shipping lanes.

• Tahquamenon River: Some muskie were caught from boats while casting. Anglers also caught pike while casting crankbaits and while fly fishing. Panfish and bass were caught off the Dollarville Dam where anglers floated a bobber with crawlers.

• Lake Gogebic: Fishing slowed to a crawl. Northern bays were producing limit catches of panfish on live bait by marking schools of fish in deeper water.

• Menominee River: Some walleye and smallmouth bass were caught, mainly from Stephenson Island up to the dam at Hattie Street. Chinook were observed jumping at the same dam.

• Little Bay De Noc: Walleye catches were slow but picked up by last weekend. Best spots were just south of the Narrows trolling or drifting crawlers with harnesses in and around 30 feet. South of Black Bottom anglers were in 18 to 30 feet. Good northern pike catches were reported throughout the bay with Kipling area by the coal pikes, Escanaba ship docks and Escanaba beach producing well. Most trolled spoons or crank baits in 8 to 16 feet in early morning. Smallmouth bass fishing was slow and salmon have entered the Escanaba yacht harbor but no catches were reported.

• Manistique River: Hot weather really slowed down salmon catches. Anglers did report pink, Chinook and coho up by the dam gates. Most used spawn or flies. The rest of the river was trolled or casted with j-body rapalas, mag lips, spoons or spawn. A wave of steelhead did show up with catches reported along the upper dam. Fair to good walleye catches were reported in the Bass Hole area while casting cranks or using crawlers from shore.

— Michigan Department of Natural Resources