My first time trying fall kokanee fishing. I thought I had a good plan as to where the fish would be, but after a bit of seeing just about nothing on the sonar, I needed to move. I knew the fish were somewhere, I just needed to find them.
Started along the eastern shoreline figuring this is where the fish would be. I actually wound up finding them near the old aerator closer to the northern shoreline. I ran through a bunch of different Elgin Fishing God's Tooth Spoon pattern before finally finding that pink was what they wanted, and it was all they wanted from me as every fish came on it. I was fishing about 30 feet down, and once I found fish, it was consistent action until it just got too hot for me. Odd to get too hot in mid October! I was though wearing a full dry suit with thermals underneath as it was cold in the morning. Once it heated up though, I was cooked, almost literally.
Speed was around 1.2 mph. Only a few others out on the lake. Fish are still in good shape and cutting nicely.
Video shows some of the action today.