Cooper and his crew were back for the fourth consecutive year to fish with us today. The lake was nice with a 1 foot chop and a cool breeze. While setting lines we discovered that summer had reached the lake and in order for us to find 50 degree water we had to go down 90—100 feet. We dropped the rigs down and lengthened the dipsys out as we worked our way north. We worked our way north and south between 150 and 250 fow. The catching was pretty consistent for several hours then at about 10:30 the fish shut right off and we could not get them to bite. About an hour later we found a nice pod of bait in 130 fow and began circling it and the action began to heat up again. The big bummer for the day was the last fish, a nice Lake Trout, that hit the 250’ dipsy. We fought the fish to about 30’ behind the boat and it got off, floating on the surface. We quickly turned the boat to go back and pick up our “road kill” but as we approached it the fish righted itself and gave us the fin as he returned to the deep. Chalk one up for the fish!!