Nice day yesterday, a bit breezy and chilly early, but I don't mind "wind trolling". ;-)
Like last time, we just fished two lead core rigs, no need for any more even though we both have 2 rod permits and I brought the mono rigs "just in case".
The Kekefa flies kicked proverbial butt as always. Perch and orange/black were equally effective. I fished the black/orange and my buddy the perch. I nailed first fish within seconds of setting my rod in the holder, 15 1/2", and no adipose so in the cooler it went. My buddy hit next and another in the cooler, and so it went for two hours.
I typically hug the shoreline but when an acquaintance of mine showed up behind us I decided to go wide around and back above him. Doing so took us out over deep water, against the wind, so I bumped trolling speed to 3mph. Not expecting any action, we were both surprised to get hard hits, and I locked onto one first. Soon as I picked the rod up knew it was a nice fish as it was pulling HARD and running down straight down. Once I got to the leader, it made several deep runs straight down before finally coming close enough to see the silvery flash. Two, three, maybe five times I got it within 15' of the surface only to have it power down again. Played carefully, it finally came to the surface and into the net. Of course, it was a native, but it was real nice, so after a couple in net pics I carefully removed the hook and held it over the side with the open end facing direction of travel until it swam forward and back into the deep. I estimate it was 22" and probably 3.5lbs. :-)
My buddy followed up with a nice 17.5" carryover so I decided we'd stay over the deep water and were able to finish our limits there.
Trolling speeds were 2.8 - 3mph, offerings were 155' behind the boat on leadcore with a 50' fluorocarbon leader and flies tipped with a chunk of worm.
Trout we kept ranged from 14" - 17.5" and we managed a couple SMB on slow turn over a sandy spot. One was about a pound and the other was 2lbs.
Overall a great day on the water. :-)