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Fished Montrose harbor from 6:30AM-8:30AM. It was cold cloudy and windy early on with waves making the horshoe a mess. Decided to fish in the harbor on the south-east side. I was using minnows under slip-bobbers about 10' out from shore and 5'-6' down. Caught 1 brown <1lb. Fished the north end of Belmont harbor with the same setup from 9:00AM-10:30AM, no luck. Went back to same spot at Montrose (though it was now sunny!), same setup, caught a nice 3-4lb. brown and 1 small coho. All on hook and minnow. Not one bite on the venerable night crawler. All fish released. Saw a lot of people fishing for Perch, and none caught that I saw except a few REAL tiny ones.