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CHUCK NELSON
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8/4/15 4:33 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny
Monday and Tuesday mornings produced even more kings for us. 11 fish each day with 9 of each days catch being kings. Monday's catch included 1 rainbow and 1 coho for an 11 fish total and Tuesday's catch included a 13lb brown and a nice laker for an 11 fish total. We did not leave the main area that we have been fishing for the first 2 hours or so of the trips. Monday we ventured back to the pier heads to work the little bit of stained water that was coming out. Tuesday morning we slid north. Both instances produced little. 40-55 fow continues to be the best for us.

Pictures from this past weekends trips are up on my last report. Getting accustomed to working through posting issues with pics. Reminder to self, resize before trying to attach. Smile You can also check out and follow us on our Facebook page.

Good Fishing,

Chuck

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8/3/15 8:43 PM CST
The Riverside Boat Club in Sheboygan sponsors a Veterans Day Fishing Day to honor those who have served and protected our country. We have both private and charter captains who have donated their boats and time to take a veteran fishing the morning of August 22, 2015. To date we have placed 45 veterans on boats but are still short 19. If you can help take a veteran fishing that morning please call or text Jim Jellish at 920 475-4488. Our goal is not to leave a veteran behind.

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8/3/15 12:31 PM CST
Fillet Knife found at the cleaning station on Saturday night. Please message me the description and I will get it back to you.

Pastor Dick
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8/3/15 10:50 AM CST
Conditions: Foggy Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 61° - 65° F
30July-1Aug, weekend report. Thursday nite was shakedown tour to get used to equipment again. One small Coho hit Orange Ladder back PK on 3 color off of board. Fished south of the power plant at Sheboygan. In 60 FOW to 70. Waves were a chore. Nice fish but worked hard for that one.

Friday morning we went out at 5:30AM to find out the bite was about over. Got two small Coho this time 4 color on green PK in 70 FOW north of the harbor. Trolling at 2.5 to 2.7 looking for cooler water. Found it in 80 fow. Ended up with 3 for the morning. Evening bite was further north about two miles in 83 FOW. Ran on white and orange PK's. On one side of the old Esperanza. Had three enormous hits. One broke the pole handle in the Big Jon. Snapped it right off taking a Silver rattler J plug, Penn 309 5 colors and the pole. I am keeping the butt of the handle as a reminder. Another big fish hit the dipsey slider with a Happy Meal and took the lure, dipsey and another twenty or thirty feet of line. I checked the drag and it was just tight enough that it probably heated up and stretched the 30# line! Note to self....

Friday nite went back to Pigeon River, 70 fow and ran hot lips and Happy meals with a J plug 40 down. Rest of lures were on 2,3, and 4 colors down. Picked up a 22, 20, 17, and 15 # king. Nice group of fish but it all stopped after 10PM. We were on fish, but they quit biting. Saturday was a bust north of town. Charters and all of us had little luck. Coming back this week. Esperanza, Captain Dick monitoring 16. Cool

CHUCK NELSON
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8/2/15 3:11 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny
A weekend of ups and downs. Saturday we worked hard for the fish we got. A mix of kings, cohos, rainbows and lakers on Saturday morning. Rainbows and kings were in the mix Saturday evening. All kings on Sunday morning. Saturday we ground out every fish we boated with 9 in the morning and 6 in the evening. Sunday was FANTASTIC for us on Summer School. We boated 12 kings with 11 of those coming by 6am. We have still been working the same 45-60 fow, for the most part. We did slide out to work 80-100 fow for a bit. Sunday we stayed glued in the 45-60 fow. #3 plugs still are our best producers for the kings. Stinger and Stingray Spoons on nugget boards, 3 color and 5 color lead core and slide divers are producing rainbows, lakers and coho. Water temps are great...for now. Forecast is for winds to switch to the E/NE by Wednesday. Fingers crossed that the cold water stays right where it is at.

Good Fishing,

Chuck

[This post was last edited on 8/4/15 at 4:14 PM]
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8/2/15 11:08 AM CST
Looking for the person who lost a cellular phone this morning at the boat launch. We found it there around 10:00 a.m. We have it and it's black and yellow and the brand is Sonim. Message me for a pick up

huntnfish
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8/1/15 8:13 PM CST
Lost a board last night just north of Town. If found you can send me a pm and I can explain it to a T. Thanks in advance. Report...went 3 for 4 all on spoons.

Bait Waster
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7/31/15 11:07 AM CST
Went 1-1 this am 6am-8am. with a nice king in 65 fow off the pigeon river on a dr 38 feet down uv ff. nothing else. Based on reports at boat launch, king action was good early just outside harbor.

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7/29/15 9:30 PM CST
Took a couple buddies out from 2 till 7 pm. We went 5 for 6 two Kings three Bows. We ran 6 boards 2 slide divers and 1 rigger. All our bites came on the boards. Plugs and Rapalas. We were fishing 25 to 40 FOW. Our last bite was this King that went just over 20# then we called it.....

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JAMES SCHLEGEL
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7/29/15 9:35 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 76° - 80º F Water Temp: 46° - 50° F
This last week has been one of the best weeks all year for catching big king salmon here in Sheboygan. The long needed west winds have kept cold water along our shoreline bringing the salmon closer. Standard J-plugs as well as Pro-king spoons have worked well for us during sunrise and sunset. We have also had some good luck fishing for rainbows during our mid day trips. Multiple hookups have been common lately. I posted many of our big fish photos on my facebook page. This is how we Sheboygan!

Sea Dog Sportfishing Charters, https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sea-Dog-Sportfishing-Charters-of-Sheboygan/219947555914

CHUCK NELSON
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7/29/15 7:16 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny
Tuesday was definitely a day with two distinctively different fishing trips. We struggled in the morning and had great lake conditions as it was calm. We managed to put 3 kings in the cooler for the customers while missing/losing 4. We worked the same 45-55 fow we have been fishing for the fish, but did explore as shallow as 10 fow and out to 90 fow. Bait was LOADED in 10 fow and shallower. The afternoon presented us with rougher, sloppy seas, with winds out of the SE, but much more cooperative fish. We started with a double on rainbows with only 4 lines in the water. We added another rainbow and missed 2 other fish. Best action was 70-80 fow just south of town on 3 color, 5 color and slide divers with Pro Spoons, Stingrays and Stingers. We then slid back into the same area we have been working for kings and proceeded to have action right away. We added 6 kings to the cooler while missing/losing 7 others. All king action again was on #3 plugs on 3 color, 5 color, riggers and slide divers. What a GREAT evening it was, not only for the action from big fish, but the fact that the lake calmed down to small, gentle rollers. I know this group will be back, maybe even this year yet!!! Note...surface temps in closer dropped 10 degrees from the morning due to the SE wind. Get out and get some kings, they are there for the catching!!! Best king activity for us has been from 4:00-6:00 am and from 8:00-10:00 pm.

Good fishing,

Chuck

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CHUCK NELSON
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7/28/15 12:17 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Yet another great night on the water. Picked up a 2 person charter today and ran a short trip this evening. Knowing when the best bite was, we started later and pulled at 10pm. Boated 7 kings and missed a few. #3 plugs on lead core and slide divers were best working 45-55 fow. Very happy customers again for us. Back out in a few hours to give it another shot.

Good fishing, Chuck

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eyeslayer2011
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7/27/15 2:39 PM CST
Fished Cleveland Derby this weekend. Fishing was good. Saturday me and my dad went 14 for 20 threw back a few smaller fish but filled up with 10 nice fish by 1030 with kings mostly but we had a few cohos and bows as well. We fished south of town by black river worked a swirling temp break in 35 to 45 FOW with very few boats around us. 2,3,4 color lead cores with jplugs and stingray spoons were the ticket. Sunday morning was not as exciting set up in same area before light and just after we got our spread out we ran into a big mass of seaweed that wiped us out. Frustrated with limited marks and wasted time reseting, we slide out out a little deeper worked 50 to 60 FOW targeted cohos and trolled south the rest of the day going 6 for 10. 2 cohos 2 kings 2 bows. Mostly spoon bites on Sunday...water ice cold down below.

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Buck Killer
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7/27/15 11:36 AM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Water Temp: 61° - 65° F
Went out Saturday and caught 7 kings. Fishing was slow until 8:30. Caught them all on boards and the down riggers.

Went out yesterday from 5:00 - 9:30 pm. Caught 3 out of 4 fish. Fished 150 - 70 feet of water. Caught 1 lake trout on the down rigger 50 feet down on a green flasher with a green fly. Caught a king on a orange glow spoon on 2 color lead core off a board. The brown trout was caught on a 5 color lead core on a brook trout spoon off a board. Fishing was slow and the lake looked like glass. Hope the fishing picks up!

DAN WELSCH
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7/27/15 7:19 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 76° - 80º F Water Temp: 56° - 60° F
A beautiful Monday as we are back at it early this morning with all six of my boats landing some nice fish already. The lake is flat calm and water temperatures are 62 degrees on the surface and 44 degrees at the ball down 50 foot. South of town in 60 to 120 feet of water is producing good numbers of Kings and Rainbows off the Port of Sheboygan.

We have Jerky Joe here from the sportshow circuit, also a group which stayed in our riverfront condos that have fished here 30 years straight from Lacrosse, WI plus many others from all over the Midwest. Take advantage of this great weather and good luck fishing!

Dumper Dan's Fishing Condominiums Riverfront Store. www.dumperdan.com

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