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TIPPY
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7/1/15 7:14 PM CST
Thank you both very much. Got the waypoints programmed in and it seems like if I go straight out or less than 4 miles south and then just troll north I should be ok. Maybe there will even be a fish in there.

Fish Hound
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7/1/15 4:22 PM CST
Under the current rule no trap nets may be placed north of 43°40'50" from June 29th through Labor Day. The shallow end may be no shallower than 60' and the deep end may be no deeper than 150' per rule.

That makes it clear from the harbor until about the "Hetty Taylor" shipwreck about 4 miles south of the harbor and nothing to the north until Manitowoc.

[This post was last edited on 7/1/15 at 4:23 PM]
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7/1/15 3:07 PM CST
Here are the net gps numbers for ya.

TIPPY
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7/1/15 2:58 PM CST
Going out for the first time ever over the weekend. Just wondering if there are any nets out there I need to avoid. If there are does anyone know gps spots for them, depth of water they are in, or at least a general area so I can avoid them. I hope to catch one or two fish, but my main objective is to just set up get to kno my equipment and not get caught up in the nets or get in anyone's way. If I catch a fish that's a bonus. If anyone wants to tell me this or even some fishing guidance feel free to pm me, or answer here. If I don't get a response I'll try my best to stay on top and I'll post an outcome.

Thanks, Tippy

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6/29/15 7:48 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Fished Sunday morning with good success. Left the dock after 6am with steelhead on my mind. Powered out to 285 fow and trolled east turning at 440 fow. GPS and Fish Hawk speed both at 3.0-3.2. Ended 16 for over 30. Pulled lines at about 11am. Flat lines, nugget boards and 3 colors with spoons; flasher on a Slide Diver and herring on a rigger had action. A mixed bag of coho, rainbows and Lakers brought in. Good time training a new mate on a shake down run.

Tight Lines and Good Times, Chuck

[This post was last edited on 7/1/15 at 12:15 AM]
esoxal
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6/29/15 7:31 PM CST
1 for 1 fishing alone Rainbow on 3 color lead core. Occasional fish seen 35-60 down in 120-150 FOW. Lots of bait pods on the bottom in 55-65 FOW with fish around them but no biters during daylight. Next good moon phase and first or last light should get them going.

BIG ROCK
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6/29/15 7:31 AM CST
This past weekend had great weather and water temps improving. The bite early and late seemed to be in 50-100 fow for most fisherman. Kings coming on wire divers and lakers & rainbows on boards and spoons. We ran out to 285 fow after the morning bite to find a mix of fish in the top 30 feet. We took all the fish on boards and shallow divers on a mix of spoons. Good luck to all.

fishinthepan
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6/28/15 9:14 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 56° - 60° F
Fished this morning north in 130 ft. Caught 2 bows 1 laker and 1 very nice king. Got the laker on flasher fly down 60ft off rigger. The bows and king came on 3 color with spoons on boards.

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6/28/15 8:15 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
Fished Saturday morning,Saturday evening, and Sunday morning. Worked mostly 60-100 FOW (where we marked the most fish). The morning bite both Saturday and Sunday was over by 6:00 AM for Kings for us. We were able to work out a little deeper 100-150 FOW and popped a few Bows after the sun came up. Fish came on spoons and various green flasher fly combos (mostly on wire dipsys). The lake was a little choppy Saturday morning, but laid down very nicely for Saturday evening and Sunday morning. Surface temps varied but were generally in the mid 50's.

eyeslayer2011
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6/28/15 5:31 PM CST
Went out this morning early and worked north of town stayed in the warmer water inside of 80 feet. We marked plenty of big marks in the bottom half of the water column. Ran a spread of spoons and went 1 for 3 and quit at 830. We had a smaller Bow on a 5 color and had 2 rigger bites one was a bigger fish that shot up and was thrashing before the rigger even tripped by the time we figured out it was on the rigger rod shook the hook. Other rigger bite was bang and gone that was it today. Talked to 3 boats at launch one guy had 4 the 2 other boats had 0...

[This post was last edited on 6/28/15 at 5:34 PM]
DaveyJ
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6/28/15 1:39 PM CST
Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
Fished last night from 7pm to 10 pm from 50 to 150 fow, anywhere from 15 to 90 feet down using riggers, boards, dipseys, flasher/fly, spoons. Got one small king on a 3 color leadcore flasher/fly on a board. Marked decent numbers of fish but they weren't hungry. In 100 fow the temp was 45 degrees 50 ft down.

JAW BREAKER
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6/28/15 12:34 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 61° - 65° F Water Temp: 56° - 60° F
We fished yesterday from 5AM - 11 AM and only landed one steal head. No other hits. We trolled anywhere from 50 FOW to 120 FOW and just couldn't find active fish. The only bait fish that we marked was in the shallower water (50 - 60 FOW). I tried spoons and flasher fly's on several different rod combo's but just never got any takers. Very disappointing day. We didn't see many nets swinging on other boats either. I don't see any positive charter boat reports so it may have been just a bad day or it's going to be another tough year for fish. Seems like the numbers are low since the sonar was pretty quiet. Good luck and be safe! Angry

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6/27/15 5:48 AM CST
WOW!!! What a pig! Congrats Joe, I was hooping to see you at work Friday to find out how big it was. Haven't seen one like that cents the 90s it'll look good on the wall. PS. eyeslayer I hear about you at work all the time and I don't care what they say you seem like a pretty good guy. HAHA! Hoop to meet you some day.

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6/27/15 4:31 AM CST
We had it on ice till Friday afternoon when i got done working then took it in and got it weighed....

24.64#

Thanks

Princecraft01
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6/26/15 8:59 PM CST
Good night that's a tank eyeslayer! Did you get a weight on that pig?

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