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Dirtymax_LB7
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5/28/15 11:42 AM CST
We try to stay away from houses and cottages as much as possible, don't want to make anyone upset! What's the water clarity? Decent or is it cloudy?

02bfishn
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5/28/15 11:00 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny
Was in Little Sturgeon on Monday Bass fishing, would have been much better off with the bow, plenty of jumbo Carp thrashing around in the shallow reeds.

lakeshiner
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5/28/15 8:00 AM CST
Saw boats in Little Sturgeon last weekend. Heard one guy say "I got it, shoot it again", so I assume they were getting some.

Just watch the resorts though, lot of people complaining about the bright lights shining in windows and loud generators at night when the guys come right in by their docks in the boat lagoons.

Dirtymax_LB7
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5/28/15 12:51 AM CST
My Bowfishing team would like to shoot here one of these days, would it be worth the run up? How is the water clarity, are the carp up in the shallows? Any information would be greatly appreciated. We would come up any night of the week

fishburger
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5/27/15 10:43 AM CST
Water Temp: 56° - 60° F
Was out in sawyer harbor and sand bay both sat and sun. Saw a lot of fish in shallow water both days. Threw plastics at them Saturday and caught some but most were not interested. Decided to try something different sun morning and took some leaches along. Boom! They hit them pretty steady. Caught about 30 nice ones along with some junk fiss.aka rock bass and even a bullhead. Water was 54 degrees and gin clear on sat. Sunday was 60 degrees and murky. Could have been the difference. All fish released to catch again. Good luck out there.

jimmy d
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5/21/15 6:28 AM CST
Go to SBOBT.org

WALLEYE PATROL
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5/20/15 7:02 PM CST
The bite continues to be good catching fish jigging and trolling. Catching fish anywhere from 8 fow to 35 fow. There are a few key factors I’m looking for, water temp and water clarity. No real go to color, fish seem to bite as long as you’re in the target area. I continue to use my electronics to graph fish before fishing areas. Fish have been ranging from 20 to 31 inches with most being form 24 to 28 inches. If you’re looking to get out and catch some world class fish give me a call. Capt. Danny Woodke

bucknbasser
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5/17/15 1:11 PM CST
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CKRanger
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5/17/15 1:04 PM CST
Where might I find the results of the SB Open Tourney?

Can't Catch a walleye!
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5/17/15 12:03 PM CST
Wanting to come up to fish bass in the area (but doesnt everyone?) Think it will be a zoo? Any launch that would be less crowded than another? Feel free to pm me. Good luck and thanks!

LONNEY GOMAN
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4/28/15 7:54 PM CST
Trolling & casting has been has been producing trophy walleyes and eater size walleyes around the Sturgeon Bay area.

Pulling big bill cranks (deep diving) as well as sallow billed cranks have been producing a fair amount of walleyes trolling night & day clown, black & silver, pink have been some of my best colors during the day with glow rouges working good at night.

We have the Sturgeon Bay walleye bite dialed in! Any one looking to get out this weekend please give me a call to get in on a hot walleye bite!! weather its a trophy walleye your looking for or a few eaters for the fry pan !!

give me a shout

Capt. Lon 920-304-0282

[This post was last edited on 4/28/15 at 7:57 PM]

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rappin43
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4/27/15 8:51 PM CST
Hello All,

I'm new to the area here and haven't fished a lot of big water. Used to the small lakes in the central north of WI. Have a small 16' boat and am looking to try Sturgeon Bay, Canal, Little Sturgeon. Any helpful tips would be appreciated. Targeting Pike, Eyes, and panfish.

Heard the canal is good in the fall for northern. Any good spots in the spring?

Thanks in advance.

Gills-N-Fins
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4/25/15 7:21 AM CST
I get down there a few times a year. I have a 16' LUND It handles pretty good and can easily handle 2 to 3 footers and even 4 foot rolls but usually once it starts really breaking I'm done. Just have to play it safe. If its making you uncomfortable its time to go in. Its always better to be safe then sorry.

iffy
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4/22/15 2:52 PM CST
Yes, depending on the weather and how far from port you are traveling. A fair number of protected areas(bays)also.

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cheap80z28
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4/22/15 1:16 PM CST
The family and I are taking a trip to ephraim the end of July and I'm wanting to know if the waters nearby are safe for me to bring my 16 ft bayliner for fish or just cruising the area. Any helpful info would be so appreciated. Thanks Steve

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