Fished yesterday afternoon out of collingwood. Wind was up and it was rough but decided to go anyway. Trolled from the Harbour along the shore to the corner and then all the way to the main drag at Wasaga. Got one hit on a 300 copper and it didn't stick. Trolled all the way there between 107 and 80 ft of water.
Trolled reversed route all the way back in shallower working the 60 to 80 ft areas. Marked a lot more bait etc but nothing was hitting.
Made it back to just out front of collingwood about 1/2 hour before the sun set and the fish turned on like a light switch. Boated 5 salmon and one good bow in an hour. Largest salmon weighed at 14 lbs.
First fist hit the slider so I move the riggers up to 30 and 35 ft.
They hit one after another as fast as I could reset.
As grandpa Jim said the fish were way out of temp. At 35 ft t was about 65 degrees.
Next time I think we will just cruise for the afternoon and not bother putting the rods in until an hour before sunset.
Here's a pic of the screen with bait full width with some nice hooks under it. It was only in 43 fow.