Got on the water a little bit late this morning, around 9am, but it didn't matter. Search around the east side of the lake for a bit, but did not see much on the sonar. I did pick up a few, but headed down towards the west end. I actually tucked into the cove on the northwest portion of the lake before you get to the island, and found fished piled up between 30-40 feet down. Stayed there the rest of the morning until I decided to pack it in for the day. Landed around 15 fish, keeping 5. Key was to keep circling back over top of the large schools that I marked.
On 1 line I ran a pink top Elgin Fishing Gods Tooth Spoon rigged kokanee style (cutthroat like this rigging as well. Check out the Elgin Fishing website for different rigging methods). I used 16 inch leader on this behind a Macks Lures Double D dodger. On the other line I ran a 50/50 brass Gods Tooth Spoon straight out of the package set on fast action. Both lines got about equal action today. Fish were caught anywhere from 25-40 feet down, but most came at about 33 feet.
Video shows most of the action today, including a couple of doubles, and I go over both the gear I had in the water, and the gear I wear during these colder months.