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sportshop501
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6/14/15 10:33 AM CST
Bluegills may be on their beds this week Walleyes still being caught in river with deep cranks Walleyes also being caught around Stoney Point Bass are doing pretty good above the dams

string bender
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6/11/15 8:11 PM CST
Looking to take my girls up this weekend and wondering how the fishing has been? Looking for walleyes and maybe some smallies? Wanting to fish the river and the mouth and wondering if thats a good spot or if I should try somewhere else? Any information would be greatly appreciated.

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5/24/15 10:30 AM CST
Fished last night from 7 to midnight, casting both deep and shallow dive crank baits. Caught three nice eater size walleyes and a 30" northern. Just before I decided to hang it up I got a nice 19" smalley. I took a picture and let it go and a couple cast later I got another one that was pushing 21"s. Nice way to end the night.

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5/16/15 7:40 AM CST
Conditions: Night Time Air Temp: 56° - 60° F Water Temp: 56° - 60° F
Just over three weeks ago the limit was one fish and the launch parking lots were packed and trailers even parked on the street. Now the limit is five and when I pulled my boat out last night there were three trailers in the lot? Works for me, got a 16,17,20 and 2 21's great night.

waterfowler1973
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5/1/15 11:39 AM CST
Fished last Sunday morning for little less than an hour from shore off of Stephenson Island. Caught a bunch of suckers, but did end up getting one nice walleye. If you are wanting to go there for the "run", then I would say you shouldn't because you'll be disappointed. If you wanted to go and catch some fish with the possibility of catching a couple of walleye, then you should go for it.

JohnT
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5/1/15 10:59 AM CST
Is that bay on the WI side of the river open right now or is it buoyed off like it was at the end of last year?

HAWG WILD
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5/1/15 7:01 AM CST
See picture, Couldn't find it on line

BreitFishing 84
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4/30/15 4:24 PM CST
you missed it by a couple of the weeks for shorefishing, fish are back out in the bay for the trollers. Suckers took the place of the eyes.

North Shore
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4/30/15 1:14 PM CST
What was the results of the tournament last weekend? Tried looking but found nothing.

rotten
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4/30/15 1:12 PM CST
thinking about coming up this weekend and do some shore fishing for walleye's. any thing going on in the menominee river or pier heads?

Bo_Regard
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4/28/15 2:34 PM CST
Wondering how the river conditions look for opening weekend. Would like to get out and catch LMB, SMB, pike or walleye. Not too picky!

stabby17
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4/23/15 1:57 PM CST
Hey lockjaw the little I've fished there has been from shore but another great jig is a walleye killer tipped with a fathead it has worked well for me on quite a few other rivers and lakes size depends on current generally 5/8 oz with normal flow brighter colors work great not sure how they would be on the Menominee probably depends on snags and rocks good luck Cool

"eye"pod
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4/23/15 1:49 PM CST
Lockjaw, I've used 1/8 - 3/8 depending on depth and current. If bottom contact is difficult, go heavier, or lighter if too many snags. Good luck. Take that kid fishing again, he'll never forget it. Nothing better than seeing these young ones out there. Good luck.

"eye"pod
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4/23/15 1:43 PM CST
I'm glad someone else saw it so I know I'm not crazy, kinda. I almost seemed like it wasn't just a case of not getting along, it was an "adult" getting mad cause a kid caught a fish before he did! What kind of looser does it take to do that? Sorry I don't normally vent like this on here but that was probably the most disgusting thing I've seen on the water. Sad thing is, he probably calls himself a sportsman. Hopefully I just interpreted the whole scenario wrong but I don't think so.

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4/23/15 1:39 PM CST
I think I met them crossing the trestle, there was a kid with me as well that got pretty frustrated until he landed his first walleye lifetime. A side note, does nybody know what some commonly used jig weights are when fishing frkm a boat, I suppose it varies from year to year or even a weekly basis. Wanted to have an idea what size jigs I should be molding.

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