Arrived at the lake somewhere near sunrise, parked at Witchers, and set a foot to Deer Island. I set up north east of the the smaller rock formation that sits along side of Deer Island. Fished in 90 FOW and dropped my jigs about 20 ft under the ice as well as my jiggiung machine. Caught and echoed zero fish. My jigging box is a complete failure. I was able to realize this after some old man and his wife set up next to us with a real jig machine that actually jigs a rod up and down. Mine is just a box with a windsheild wiper moter mounted inside. I hooked up line to the arm and it just rotates like a slow clock. Definately not the right way to engineer one of these. Now I'm literally mad with wonder trying to figure how to build a better one because with a good design the fish will come. The old man along side of me proved that theory as I watched him hammer the salmon. After I realized that i was not going to catch kokanee withouit the right tools I headed for a wind break next to Deer Isle to fish for trout. Set up in 10-25 FOW and only spotted two fish. Finished of the day in the North shore in 30 FOW as once again no fish located. Tough day for most a the lake. Not many boasted catches. It was very sunny and very bright under the ice which seems to make them a bit skittish.