Fishing at Manistee continues to be good. In addition to the large kings, coho are showing up in most catches recently. Most of the coho are running in the 5-8 pound range. The thermo has moved back down some since the weekend. The break had been down at 35-40 feet on the weekend but has pushed back down to 55-60 feet. The currents remain strong, as they were last week, and it can be difficult to get a good troll speed. Most activity has moved from straight out front of Manistee to a little south. Plugs and flasher/flies are taking good numbers of fish, along with meat rigs. Same story as last week, not much action on spoons other than at first light. There are active fish up in the warm water at first light, but once the sun gets up the high bites end. There has been a decent first light bite, but it doesn’t seem to last too long. This action has been taking place in 80-120 FOW. After the early bite most are moving out to 150-250 FOW for the rest of the morning. Many are finding that the program you caught fish with today, may not do the trick the next day, so if the action is slow, keep changing your offerings. Hopefully the good fishing lasts into the Labor Day weekend and beyond.