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littlecleo
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10/31/13 10:28 PM CST
does any have any info on fall steelhead and browns in the area? taking a trip next weekend and not sure where to start! anything would be great! pm if you have anything to share! thanks!

imxblue
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10/22/13 1:15 PM CST
Is the bite still on if I go to kewaunee pier this weekend (10/26)?

millertime
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10/19/13 2:12 PM CST
NO, you can only fish from the slow no wake sign out to the end of the pier. 1/2 hour after sunset till 1/2 before sunrise the harbor/river is closed and the warden will give u a fine.

Muskyman65
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10/19/13 7:50 AM CST
So can you fish in the actual harbor at night?

jackman5
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10/18/13 9:48 PM CST
yes the rule did start sept 15th. from the slow no wake sign in the channel out to the light house u can fish all night

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10/17/13 2:08 PM CST
Believe that started around September 15th. No dark fishing in the harbor or the river.

I think you can still go in the dark off the piers past that magic line.

Catchumbig
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10/17/13 2:05 PM CST
Hey, Question for you guys, is there not a rule about fishing in the river in Kewaunee after 30 mins after/before dark, there are signs posted and i think the tug is well inside that zone, maybe that has not started yet? Just wondering, Thanks

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jackman5
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FISHING REPORT
10/12/13 2:33 PM CST
Conditions: Night Time Air Temp: 56° - 60° F Water Temp: 61° - 65° F
fished 11pm to 8am had lot of follow ups with the glow in the dark spoon landed one about 20# a nice silver coho about 5:30am had a couple more hits up by the tug boat on green and silver spoon Big Smile

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FISHING REPORT
10/11/13 1:03 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 66° - 70° F
WAS FISHING IN THE HARBOR ON WEDNESDAY SAW TWO CAUGHT.SOMEONE GOT A NICE RAINBOW DIDN'T WANT IT AND GAVE IT TO ME.LOT OF FISH JUMPING HAD TWO NICE HIT ONE ON A SILVER ON SILVER AND THE OTHER HIT WAS ON GREEN ON SILVER HAD LOT OF FISH FALLOW THE GREEN ON SILVER SPOON. TALKED TO ONE OF THE LOCALS AND THAY SAID THAT LAST YEAR ON OPENING DAY OF GUN DEER THAY WERE NAILING THEM. LOT OF THE FISH JUMPING WERE SILVER SOME DARK COLORED PLANING ON HEADING UP THAT WAY TOMMROW NIGHT AFTER WORK FISHING OUT BY THE LIGHT HOUSE THEN DAY BREAK FISHING THE HARBOR

machoprogrammer
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9/27/13 7:03 AM CST
Steelhead will bite night crawlers, wax worms, spoons, cranks, spawn, etc...

There are 5 strains of steelhead, and they move in at different times. Most move into the harbor as the salmon begin moving up the river. You caught one already this fall it sounds like, so they are likely starting to move in now. Probably not in great numbers yet, but likely in a few weeks or so they'll be in in bigger numbers.

littlecleo
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9/26/13 11:39 PM CST
I know the steelhead move into the harbor and river along with the salmon but I haven't had any luck catching them. I finally got my first a couple weeks ago on a float n crawler in the harbor right around 25 inches what are good baits to use to catch steelhead in the harbor? and whens the best time to catch them? hoping to get a steelie or 2

heading to Kewaunee oct 5th. will report my catch!

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9/20/13 11:08 PM CST
Will be coming from Shawano on Sunday afternoon and fishing the pier in Kewaunee and Algoma. I haven't seen a report from here in almost a week. Don't need particulars about where to fish or what to use as I grew up in the area.

But... I was wondering if there have been many caught off the piers or in the harbors?

Thanks in advance.

See you out there.

Peace of the Lord be with you.

gitnjiggywidit
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FISHING REPORT
9/12/13 2:11 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F
Fished yesterday 7-9:30AM. Nothing going on. Lots of fish jumping but no takers. No one else fishing the pier had any fish either. Boats were working water 100-300 yards out from the end of the pier and boated a few fish. Tried the river at Footbridge. Fish are coming up the river but wouldn't take spawn sacks. Couple of guys with fly rods and yarn flies managed a few fish.

gitnjiggywidit
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9/4/13 5:58 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 66° - 70° F
Fished this morning 7-10AM. Had two follows and two strikes, no fish. Saw four caught while I was there. There were a ton of fish jumping/rolling. Just wouldn't bite. I think most fish were caught on spoons.

basswarrior
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9/3/13 12:23 PM CST
didn't catch any thing or see any thing as of Sunday I did have one on for a little while one jump and that was end of that lots of carp and suckers and some salmon jumping maybe with the west wind they are saying thats coming this week will bring them in more

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