Today I had something brought to my attention. I'm a first mate out of grand haven and I was told by a captain that he would take a special group of customers 11-15 miles out in about 300ft of water to fly fish for steelhead that were feeding way up near the surface. Obviously when everything is right, baitfish will swim in schools near the surface that far off shore. I've seen them before while going through slicks in the water about 13 miles offshore out of holland. Anyways this group of guys would have the captain go way out, shut the motor off and drift. They would cast flys from the back of the boat for around 5 hours and they had pretty good luck. I'm thinking about giving this a shot next season but I'd like other people's opinions. This is definitely a waste of gas but could turn out to be something amazing!