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Adamf
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9/19/14 10:06 AM CST
Thanks AJ I appreciate the information.

AJ's DREAM
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9/19/14 6:25 AM CST
Adamf, the pier always has something to offer this time of year, it's just a matter of being there at the right time.

best thing you could do is take a ride over and talk with some of the diehards, they range in age from about 10 to about well lets just say older... casting with cleo's might be a good way to get acclimated to the pier, have a long net, bring your patience and a cooler.

With the rain and warm weather for the weekend I would think it would be a great time to try your luck.

most of the people there are happy to share there success stories. hope this helps, either way if you catch one or not it beats working!!!

AJ's Dream

[This post was last edited on 9/19/14 at 6:27 AM]
Adamf
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9/17/14 3:03 PM CST
Hey guys I'm kind of new to the salmon run fishing just looking for some tips and if they made there big push into river or if the pier has more to offer thanks for any help

shur katch charters
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9/17/14 11:02 AM CST
Almost forgot pic!

shur katch charters
shur katch charters
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9/17/14 11:00 AM CST
Fishing out deep is the place to be right now! We fished strait out of t.r. set up in 80 and trolled out to 160. Very good action on all rods orange spoons and fly doger all working about equal. Finished 11 4 17 in 2.5 hours. Still some time left to get your last trip!

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9/17/14 9:21 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 61° - 65° F Water Temp: 46° - 50° F
Fished a couple of hours last night straight out of TR from 40 to 100'. 1 Rainbow and 1 laker. Just got done pulling lines when the graph lit up. Wouldn't you know it....Well nice night anyway.

Who Farted?
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9/16/14 3:06 PM CST
Looking at coming over for a solo trip out of TR tomorrow. was over fri, sat with only a couple off the pier heads. Question is would I be better off running out deep or keep to circling the piers all day, If deep, how far out (deep) are you thinking? Not targeting any specific fish, just edible.

Also what is a good range of speed on gps for pulling spoons?

WBC
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9/16/14 9:47 AM CST
Short bursts of salmon. The fish are staging, but the cold water, weather changes and river flow have the fish moving in and out instead of concentrating at the pier heads. Large schools of alewife have the browns, lakers, and smaller kings moving in and out. Waiting for the bite with j-plugs and spoons mixed put fish in the cooler and a number of good battles where the fish won. A couple of weeks left in our season, if you would like to catch some.

mr. twich
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9/16/14 7:18 AM CST
Fished off the wall across from the library yesterday. Only saw a few fish surface with no action on the rods. Casted every color combination I had in the box. Gona go try again today and see if another group came up last night. Lots of time left for some good action still to come. Just keep casting Big Smile

The Urban Legend
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9/14/14 8:31 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny
Went out to 180 this morning and set up by 5:00. Had the first bow in the box at 5:30 on a fireball spoon. By 6:30 had 2 more kings in the box on an orange easter egg spoon 35ft out on a dipsey. Then it went nuts for us. After a fish tangled up most of our lines we started cutting and tieing and resetting and had 10 in the boat by 7:28. Fireball took at least 3 or 4. Orange easter egg at least 3. 1 on green/glow ladder. 1 on bloody nose. 1 on red white and green krocodile. Scary Larry took a couple on the other dipsey too. All in all everything got hit. Pulled lines at 240' going 10 for 10, fueled up and in the dock by 8:30. After the tough year it was sure nice to end it with a big bang like that! Time to focus on the hunting now. I already can't wait for next year! Tight lines! Big Smile

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Grimm reaper 007
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9/12/14 6:37 PM CST
How is the pier fishing on the south pier in two rivers wisconsin i lost 3 kings on bottom with alewife but only caught one on Cleo so how is gunna be for tomorrow Smile

L U E 42
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9/12/14 8:27 AM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Water Temp: 46° - 50° F
Water near the harbor was in the 48 to 52 degree range yesterday. The air wasn't much warmer. I caught 1 of 2 and didn't see many others landing fish. J-plugs didn't get a hit while small spoons did.

GoldenBeaver
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9/11/14 5:38 PM CST
Depends on what your looking for. This recent rain will push another wave of staging kings in close to the harbor. Other than that offshore fishing as been hit or miss.

Who Farted?
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9/10/14 4:26 PM CST
So i am looking for help, I was planning on coming over fri or sat. But with the rain today and windy cooler weather tomorrow, how would you foresee the fishing on those days? I have a 2 hour travel and would like to get some input from locals. I know it's called fishing for a reason but thought a little more input would be greatfull.

WBC
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9/9/14 5:11 PM CST
Is it June or September? The fog rolled in, the lake got calm, and the fish went crazy at the pier heads. We lost a couple of big kings, and others, but the kings, cohos, and browns all were hitting this morning. The alewife are thick in close and the feed is on. Maybe some of the best fishing of the year is yet to come. Heavy rain is on the way, and most of the action is when the muddy river water is pushing out. J-plugs and glow spoons in any color took fish on the Willie Bee today.

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