Two of us in a group of 8 targeted Lake Trout in Oyster in late June last year, and each of us caught one. First we had ever caught in our 3 years of making any sort of effort.
We were staying at the north campsite on the east shore of the lake, and we just trolled back and forth from off the point of the peninsula north of camp to just south past camp. We had a fish finder and were seeing schools of fish anywhere from 30' to 70' down. Both of us caught ours on a 30' deep diving Rapala taildancer. We each had a missed strike or two besides the one we caught. It absolutely made our trip.
Not a whole lot of luck for other fish on that lake, though earlier in the trip I caught a really nice Smallie on Little Shell. Was about 18" and fought harder than any other bass I'd caught before.
Yep, one of those bear posts was from myself. You can see my photo of the bear if you visit one of those threads. We were visited twice in the span of about 10 minutes, but we were lucky and did not lose any food (helped having a group of 8 guys who all happened to be in camp at the time). A young male that is not at all afraid of people unfortunately.