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Redrat 1962
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FISHING REPORT
7/3/14 7:35 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 56° - 60° F Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
Put in at 4pm, set lines at 140 fow trolled every direction and made it out to 250 ft. I didnt notice a single hook on the locator and we didnt have a single bump. This was trip # 6 for the year and Im starting to wonder abit if there are the amount of fish that some believe are here. I havent seen a coho at the cleaning station to date. So heres a question: Why are so many boats coming in with so little? Cold water? Weather is the same all over Lake Michigan.... Its not lack of food. Dead alewifes are even floating out at 250 fow. Just wondering if others are taking notice to the lack luster fishing this year?

MATT WISSE
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7/2/14 8:58 AM CST
Happy July from the Happy Hooker! Our trusty vessel has been putting time in the waves, fog and sun but has been putting us on the fish for the grill. Finally a warming lake has produced a more consistent mixed bag of species surrendering themselves to Happy Hookers deck including nice Lake and Rainbow Trout. The Kings are heating up and increasing in size, perfect for the grill or smoker!! Round up the crew,fill the coolers and live the lake life! Find us at: charterhappyhooker.com or 920-980-5286.

BIG ROCK
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6/29/14 8:24 PM CST
My son and I fished in 100-135 fow. We had two things that worked for us. We had riggers firing at 55 & 60 down with blue uv Pro King flashers with rapture green & white flys.The second combination that worked were dipsy,s up high with 65 loc with gold & orange spoons and 2 color off boards with the same spoons. The weekend progressed and the winds moved fish out deeper. Fisherman I spoke with were then finding fish from 200 to 350 fow, with fish high in the water column. It seemed that there was success with both spoons and dodger/fly combos. Good luck to all.

Bait Waster
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6/29/14 4:07 PM CST
Conditions: Foggy Water Temp: 56° - 60° F
Attempted to fish jr coho derby Saturday morning in fog and choppy water. Slide diver started screaming with a blue dolphin spoon set 140 ft back and got off. Conditions were not good for my 7 yr old and we needed to come in. We were north in 145 fow.

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6/28/14 4:58 PM CST
Fished the Jr Coho today. Got to the pierheads to find fog again and powered out to 100 FOW south of town. Got set up and the wire dipsey took off with a flasher fly combo out 107.....Natalee battled it for quite a while before it made it into the net it was a nice King weighing in at 20.14 pounds. Next fish that McKensie pulled in was a nice 11 pound Rainbow also on a dipsey but with a orange Warrior spoon. Had one other drive by. That was it for us. Thanks to The Wharf the kids enjoyed it!

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Glass Crapie
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6/28/14 1:40 PM CST
Well... ended up fishing by myself Thursday night and Friday morning for the first time in 2 years. Had a little bit of a learning curve to getting um in the boat again. went 1 for 7 thurs eve, and 4 for 12 Friday morning. 300 copper with raspberry moonshine spoon and 70 rigger with blue flasher and fly back 60 produced a lot of hits. picked up a couple bows on a slide diver with raspberry 15ft back and 90loc. 5 and 10 color on a board didn't take a hit on either trip with anything I put on it. everything came between 100 and 125fow.

Went out with Dale Friday eve and went 1 for 1... didn't catch much but had a really good time!

TEAM P.E.S.T.sport fishin
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6/28/14 12:19 PM CST
Lost a orange church walleye board this morning in 140 ft of water south of town this morning. If anyone found it please message me for info on returning. As far as fishing this morning we went 0-4 had some rookies on board that liked to tighten the drags and pull the hooks. 3 hits on white and green flashers with green flys and one hit on a wonderbread spoon. Was foggy and a little choppy and had to make some evasive maneuvers a couple times to avoid boats that weren't using their horns. Good luck and be safe out there!

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6/27/14 7:48 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 66° - 70° F Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
An enjoyable day of filming another Outdoor Wisconsin television fishing show with host Dan Small and the entire crew. We fished south of town in 100 to 150 feet while boating Kings, Rainbows and a Coho. Be safe in the foggy conditions and good luck fishing!

Dumper Dan's Six Boat Charter Fishing Fleet of Sheboygan. www.dumperdan.com

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6/27/14 11:16 AM CST
Went 3 for 5 on a quick evening trip. 6 rods. One on 4 color UV cracked ice spoon. All other bites on flashers on deep riggers. Wire divers were quiet. Marked alot of fish our best depth for markin seemed to be 100. Cut the night short cause the fog boxed in big time and didnt want to be heading back in the dark....back at it Saturday cant wait.

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GoldenBeaver
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6/26/14 8:56 PM CST
Hey guys if anyone is out and finds an orange ski board with a piece of lead on one side it belongs to me we snapped it off today off of manitowoc. Call me at 920-905-5159 thanks in advance

Glass Crapie
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6/26/14 4:18 PM CST
headin to Sheboygan by myself in a 16'boat (been out there many times in my boat)other than kayaks I am typically among the smaller boats out there. not saying it to scare just to b aware.

anyone want to join me? could use a couple xtra lines and another able body to drive, watch through the fog, catch and net fish. I have everything we need... Just help out with gas n stuff... Call me if you are interested eric 262-835-9530

headin out of Appleton soon b there around 6 and also planning on hittin it in the morning 330 - 4ish if you'd like to join either or both. I Got 11 last weekend fri pm and sat am (2ppl). got lucky!

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CAPT. PAT KALMERTON
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FISHING REPORT
6/26/14 3:04 PM CST
Like russel stated, the bite continues to improve. He covered most of it so I will list a few of our hot set ups. A dragon slayer pro king flasher paired with a four play uv glow black market fly, a chrome kit glow pro troll with a naughty leprechaun Poseidon fly,a green skittles pro troll flasher with a bullfrog Poseidon fly, and the chrome green scale pro troll paired with a threesome black market fly! A mix of bright colored pro kings and pro spoons on the leadcores have been the best on the 2-5 color set ups! Good luck out there!!


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RUSSELL GAHAGAN
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6/26/14 10:16 AM CST
Sheboygan fishing is darn good right now! Mix bags of fishing are being caught anywhere from 100ft-250ft of water. The water is starting to warm and approach more normal temps. Flasher/Fly combos still remain the best. Steelhead are coming in the top 50 with kings, cohos and lakers coming in the 40-80 down range. The weekend appears to be bringing some south winds and warmer weather. Now is the time to get out on Lake Michigan and start enjoying the fishing season cause it's here and will go by fast. Stop in we are loaded down with all the hot tackle you need and we have plenty of rods and reels if u need to get some new stuff rigged up!


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BrewNinja
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6/25/14 9:30 AM CST
That would be perfect if they had Sheboygan. Im going to bookmark that page though, it should come in handy in the future. Thanks for it. I was doing a little more searching and found a few other people asking for locations and got crickets. Makes me wonder if anyone has even seen them. Looks like Ill be waiting till after the sun comes up to head out just to stay on the safe side. Thanks for the links.

Who Farted?
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6/24/14 10:46 PM CST
Ninja, this may help.

WI Sea Grant is your one stop shop for trap net safety information: http://bit.ly/Trap_Net_Safety, and trap net maps, bouy locations, and depth: http://bit.ly/Trap_Net_Coordinates.

During the period from June 29 to Labor Day, commercial trap nets will only be in the area south of 44 08.917' and north of 44 05.550' between the depth contours of 60' on the West and 150' feet on the East.

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