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Xjarhead
Xjarhead
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FISHING REPORT
8/31/14 7:30 PM CST
Fished this morning aboard the Semper Fi with decent results. Worked mainly 100 -120 fow. Downriggers at 38 & 55, Dipsey divers out 100 ft and 125ft & 160ft coppers all caught fish. Ended the morning 11 for 15. 3 kings, 4 rainbows, and 4 lake trout. Had decent reports of some boats around the pier heads doing good also.

Captain Bill

Semper Fi

fillabucket77
fillabucket77
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Joined: 8/26/2014
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FISHING REPORT
8/31/14 5:14 PM CST
Hey rotten I got some questions bout t.r I mainly fish manty pls txt me 9206298362

rotten
rotten
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8/31/14 4:48 PM CST
salmonteacher, the kings and browns are on the pier heads and in the harbor. their turning colors and ready 2 head up river. I tried 2 messenger u but it won't go through. plan your trip 2 come up soon. any more questions post me or try messenger.

Daddy's Dream
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8/30/14 6:57 PM CST
I can't help you with the fishing , but here's a link to find out more info on the trap nets. I plug these into my GPS to help with tracking them. Hope this helps...

http://seagrant.wisc.edu/home/Topics/FishandFisheries.aspx#Trap Nets

Tripped Breaker
Tripped Breaker
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8/30/14 2:05 PM CST
Would like some info about TR , coming up to take 10 yr.old nephew on his 1st salmon adventure when he is visiting his grandparents who live by Maribel if weather permits Sunday or Monday. I am not to familiar with water around TR and have heard about nets being a problem ,so is there a area to steer away from? And where would be good starting pt. I realize this could be tough considering the rough water now but any help would be appreciated to help make a memorable trip for nephew. Thanks for any advise.... Smile

Fish Licker
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8/28/14 10:43 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 66° - 70° F Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
Decided late Wed. aft that I had the itch for an evening trip; wasn't expecting it to be very 'eventful', but was quickly proven wrong. Set up in 60 fow straight out of TR and had two hits before getting the 3rd rod set (one lost after a nice battle on a 6 color green/black/pearl Pro King and one swing/miss on a 4 color Bloody Nose Moonshine). After setting the dipsys; both went off and ended with a 6 lb Bow and 10 lb King double on a purple Silver Horde spoon and a Watermelon Moonshine. The third was an 18 lb King on a Wonderbread J (35 ft rigger) that threw the second treble into my finger while the first one was in his mouth. After cutting me free; we (I) decided that we would deal with it later and landed a 10 lb King on the g/b/p Pro King. Decided shortly after that we should get me in to the ER to have it removed and pulled the pin 4 for 6 in an hour an a half. (Took them half an hour to grind and cut the hook out after they pushed it through, J-plug hooks are tough!)

WBC
WBC
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8/28/14 9:51 AM CST
Back into some nice king salmon on the Willie Bee. The salmon are starting to move in and the cold current on the bottom is just right for us to see some of the best action of the year. Glow spoons and greens later in the day on downriggers and dipseys are working in 40-70 feet of water.

[This post was last edited on 8/28/14 at 9:52 AM]
Hunter"N"Fisher
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8/27/14 6:33 AM CST
Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
Got out last night after a couple week hiatus. Had the kiddos with me and we went 3-6 all hits came on white/green/yellow flasher and fly tracing the bottom in 50-80 fow.

By the time it came to pack up, I had been marking a lot of fish higher in the water column. I suppose they aren't going to hit lines that have seaweed all over em.

1 dandy laker and two kings found their way into the box

reelehooked
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8/24/14 2:52 PM CST
True, but tons of boats, went out of Kewaunee this morning and had 2 separate incident where we had big 4 yr old king's on and 2 different other boats could see that but still cut behind the ski's within 20 ft and cut off the fish plus other high set's. Not going to be back, I'd rather have to be 10 miles out to hit depth and have less traffic to deal with.

big_fishman
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8/23/14 9:20 PM CST
I chartered out of Kewaunee, hands down better than Manitowoc, it is closer to the basin. 5 Miles out and you are in very deep water, Manitowoc, you talking 10 miles minimum.

reelehooked
reelehooked
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8/21/14 11:32 PM CST
Sorry for the non - report but I'd like to see what everyone else thinks about the the pros and cons of the 2 port's Manitowoc Vs Kewaunee? Just trying to settle the debate between my fishing buddy and myself, thanks!

cabbage head
cabbage head
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8/21/14 8:36 PM CST
Dweller.....if it doesnt work out with nobby , I have one also

L U E 42
L U E 42
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8/21/14 7:46 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Water Temp: 61° - 65° F
I tried for staging kings in 60-70 FOW last night. Saw some bait and fish on the graph, but no takers. Water was too warm at 65 deg down 50 feet.

Another Pier-Dweller
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8/19/14 10:18 PM CST
I would be interested, got a phone number or an email??

nobby buck
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8/19/14 6:18 PM CST
have a smelt net .Ts's a 5x5

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