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DAN WELSCH
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6/5/15 10:03 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 56° - 60° F Water Temp: 46° - 50° F
It is good to see many boats bringing back some nice fish to the cleaning stations. All of my boats had trips out again today and they boated anywhere from 6 to 11 fish per boat. We need some sunny calm conditions to make the fishing really take off here in the Port of Sheboygan. Water depths of 100 to 180 feet of water while fishing the top 80 foot range is working for us.

Stop by for a taste of Sheboygan on South Pier Drive for our "Boardwalk Brat & Hamburger Fry Outs" on our riverfront deck. Good luck fishing to everyone this weekend!

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

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6/5/15 8:09 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 61° - 65° F
7 for 7 out of Sheboygan today. Spoons off the boards 60-110 feet of water. South of town. Wire diver took one.

ptuna100
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6/5/15 3:07 PM CST
When I get a chance to come down and fish my numbers have been good the last 3 years. This year in three trips we have over 20 fish with at least half being kings and nice sized fish. Last year was a tough year for the most part due to the 2013/2014 winter. This year things have been much better so far but you all have to remember that it's early yet and we have been dominated by east wind all spring. Things will get better soon if we can get some south winds. Good luck and tight lines.

And to all of those who have helped me out this year so far with information thanks

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6/5/15 3:01 PM CST
Cold Front,

I agree, it seemed to me last summer the charter photos were lumping their fleet catches together for the photo. They filled the fish rack with 15-20 fish, but had 10-12 guy in the photo. It seemed a lot of the catch rates were only a couple fish per person.

I'm guessing the stocking reduction has a lot to due with it. Might be our new reality.

JigIsUp
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6/5/15 2:34 PM CST
i pray it's cold water...i fear it's a repeat of lake huron. my guess is lake michigan becomes a warm water fishery (anything that can eat gobies and not have spawning effected by gobies) and stocking will be limited to trout. my catch numbers per trip are pathetic in the last two years compared to the 10 years before that.

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Cold Front
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6/5/15 2:24 PM CST
Is it just me or has anyone else noticed that the pictures coming from the various charters seem a lot different from several years ago. There used to be photos of limits of fish either spread out on the docks or hanging. They were mostly big fish. Now we see 4 or 5 fish for 3 anglers and usually one or 2 of the fish are close to shakers. Has the reduced stocking had that much effect, is it the weather or am I just plain wrong about this observation? Mrt.

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6/4/15 5:34 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 46° - 50° F Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
Fished the gap for a few hours this morning with a several other boats. All of the pieces were in place, good temperature, lots of baitfish, a few bigger marks on the locator, good mud water flowing from the river. Nothing, not even a bump. Spoke with some others who went out deep, and the word of the day everywhere seemed to be "skunked".

JAMES SCHLEGEL
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6/4/15 5:30 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 46° - 50° F Water Temp: 46° - 50° F
We’ve been busy on the water every day since the weekend’s cold front and high winds moved through. It's been a tough week, but we managed to catch some nice fish. We started around the harbor and out to 90 feet of water just inside the whitefish nets. No consistent fishing pattern at all the last four days. We caught some good sized kings on silver stinger spoons around the harbor. Also had some luck hooking rainbows with rattlesnake spoons on planner boards and diver rods. This is also “Free Fishing Weekend” which means no Wisconsin fishing licenses are required. I posted more photos and videos on our facebook page.

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

ptuna100
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6/3/15 10:19 AM CST
Thanks for the information esp on where the nets are at I will post how I do thanks again

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6/3/15 6:16 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 56° - 60° F Water Temp: 46° - 50° F
Went fishing last night Cought 2 fish One King and one Rainbow Marked some most were all on the bottom. 1 was on a 5 color and the other was on a slide diver. Great night to be out there.

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6/3/15 5:36 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 51° - 55° F Water Temp: 46° - 50° F
Ptuna - The fishing is slow right now after the cold front but should definitely improve by the end of the weekend. We were out last night from 6 - 9. Boats were focused in the 50-100 fow range in front of the port, we ran out south of town, marked fish tight on the bottom in 110 fow and again in 70 fow. surface temp ranged from 47@ 110 fow - 55@ 60 fow. The nets are located straight out to slightly south of port in approx 70-100 fow and there appears to be about 6 sets in a huge oval area. Good luck and you can always find our more in depth reports on our FB page named the same, and stop down and check out the 333 tournament trail results at Angler's Ave on south pier final weigh in is at 2pm? on sunday.

ptuna100
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6/2/15 2:44 PM CST
Anyone have a recent report? Coming down Sunday Monday and Tuesday any help would be great you can PM me if you would like. Also any information on where the nets are located right now? Thanks for any help Smile

DAN WELSCH
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5/27/15 5:25 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 66° - 70° F Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
A beautiful calm summer-like afternoon on the water today as all six of my boats are working south of town in 50 to 100 feet of water. Lately we are landing more Lake Trout in the 8 to 12 pound range but also finding some Rainbow Trout and King Salmon too. These fish are coming on spoons and flasher/fly combinations. Downriggers, slide divers, leadcore or copper set-ups are all producing fish this week for us. I have boats on the water everyday so check out our facebook page for current updates and pictures. Good luck fishing!

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

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5/27/15 2:13 PM CST
Went out this morning went 4 for 4 working the brown water area in front of harbor. 3 Kings came on the same lure on a dipsey rod...Did not mark alot of fish...

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BIG ROCK
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5/24/15 2:12 PM CST
The first trips of the year went fairly well, We wanted to get the bugs out and ran a fast trip last night and went 2 for 5

This morning we went 8 for 11, it was a all spoon bite with kings, lakers a rainbow and a brown. All fish came in 20 to 50 fow. dipsys, riggers and boards all took fish. There was no color pattern at all.

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