We live in NW Indiana, about 10 miles from Lake Michigan. Trout and salmon are stocked in the tributaries, and come back up each fall to spawn. The chinook and coho salmon spawn and die, but steelhead trout spawn and return to the lake. Being dry, our water level is way down, so this creek is only 6" deep in some spots, with trees down all over. We know of a couple deep holes and undercut banks they like to hide in. This particular spot is the deepest I seen, at about 5-6' now. We finally hit it right, and the fish are about trapped in this hole at the moment, so it was very exciting to see them circling and cruising. We had several on, and landed two. Here is my boy Luke netting one I caught. To say he was pumped and excited is an understatement.