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LONNEY GOMAN
LONNEY GOMAN
Joined: 1/27/2007
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FISHING REPORT
6/29/15 7:03 PM CST
Hey guys Lonney here from Green Bay trophy fishing

I have been fishing north and south of Sturgeon Bay with good results for eater walleyes and trophy walleyes. Fishing deeper water and deep water structure seems to be the ticket for trophy walleyes pulling crawler harnesses and crank baits based on weather conditions gold & silver blades with in-line weight seems to be my favorite. Catching a few walleyes this last past week over 30 inches with a few 28 to 26 inch walleyes as well. I found a few spots where the walleyes are putting the feed bag on (some days we work just for a few bites) but it pays big dividends on big fish !!

Looking for a trophy walleye? give me a shout!

Check out my website at

http://www.greenbaytrophyfishing.com Big Smile

[This post was last edited on 6/29/15 at 7:10 PM]

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AvidDeerHunter
AvidDeerHunter
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Joined: 5/16/2014
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6/16/15 10:35 AM CST
Coming up to Sturgeon Bay this week with my family for the first time. The resort we are staying at provides canoes, so I was wondering if this body of water provides decent canoe fishing or if it is too choppy to be safe in a canoe. Also, what can I expect to catch in the shallow water along shore and where should I target if it is safe? Any information would be great. PM me. Thanks!

Jonnyc
Jonnyc
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6/14/15 11:17 AM CST
Cherry land motel its part of howies tackle, cheap rates you can back boat up on grass right by rooms and can plug in also

Fish_Slayer83.7
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Joined: 12/15/2013
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6/13/15 10:58 PM CST
I was planning on taking my son for some smallmouth in the morning and was wondering what a good bait to use would be.

"RAPTOR"
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Joined: 3/30/2002
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6/13/15 5:54 PM CST
Can anyone tell me of a decent motel in the sturgeon bay area that has that has room for a boat and that I don't have to watch all night? Thanks ,

[This post was last edited on 6/13/15 at 6:48 PM]
TROY KRAUSE
TROY KRAUSE
Joined: 5/18/2015
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FISHING REPORT
6/9/15 11:40 PM CST
I was up in the Sturgeon Bay area Saturday from 3:30 a.m. til noon and then went back out around 7:30 until 3:30 a.m. The daytime bite was pretty much non existent ,except for several gobies. Threw everything but the kitchen sink at them. Marked a lot of fish but not one decent bite.

The night bite was hot just as I suspected it would be. We caught several fish in 8-17 FOW on custom painted Deep Huskey Jerks from walleye wacker lures. Biggest fish of the night was 28". Most fish were between 19"and 24" The night bite definitely made up for the slow morning. If you wanna get out and get on the fantastic night bite, I do have some opening. Give me a shout.

For a full report and to keep up with us, check out the Walleye Mafia Facebook page.

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Captain Troy Krause

[This post was last edited on 6/10/15 at 7:59 AM]
camnoah1
camnoah1
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Joined: 6/9/2015
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FISHING REPORT
6/9/15 2:49 PM CST
Little Sturgeon 60 degrees on Saturday. Trolling Henderson's point South to Castaways supper club the temp gradually dropped to 55 degrees. Riley's point to Snake Island 58-59.

Can't Catch a walleye!
Can't Catch a walleye!
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Joined: 1/23/2015
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6/8/15 2:56 PM CST
55 degrees on saturday

RiverFreek
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6/8/15 11:33 AM CST
Anyone have a water temp? Coming up this Thursday and wondering what stage the smallies might be in. Any help appreciated, all C&R. Thanks

Dirtymax_LB7
Dirtymax_LB7
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Joined: 5/28/2015
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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
02bfishn
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Joined: 5/21/2012
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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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Joined: 7/20/2009
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FISHING REPORT
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
fishburger
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Joined: 12/10/2011
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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
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