Net info here, once the nets are set in Sheboygan they will post the locations.
There's no call for being nasty. I also have a Navionics app for my phone, and it doesn't show net locations so far as I can find. I also have ancient hardcopy NOAA charts, but those obviously don't show them either. Being new to the big lake, I didn't imagine there was any place to look which would have the exact locations of the nets updated for however often they get moved. If someone can point me in that direction, I'd be obliged. Anything would beat just guesstimating where I might run into one.
Bugs that's retarded statement for one you can't see in the dark or very good in the fog. I am not looking for exact location just north or south of town and a water depth. I don't get hardly and reception on my phone so navionics doesn't always work for me when I am out there. Any help would be great if not I will try calling a charter for the info. I try to check online but I can't always find it. Also last time I was down there was no map at the landing showing the locations.
Bugs .....that is one of the dumbest statements ever made on lake links and that saying something ...
If you have the navionic on your phone ...all fish trap nets are required to be listed to the government and should be on the government maps
Fished Saturday 7:15 to 2:15. Went 10 for 11 on 9 cohos and 1 Bow. Standard coho rigs did all the damage at 120 feet give or take 5 fow. We fished south that day. It was a foggy day closer to shore. Just as we got to the gap a charter powered by too close. He was heading out. I shut it down but we took a big wave over the bow. Coast guard was checking someone else out and did nothing.That was a lot more dangerous than somebody having an expired flare kit. Mrt.
Fishing in Sheboygan continues to be fantastic, the hit and miss thunderstorms this weekend did create some challenges but overall the bite was pretty much as it has been the past couple of weeks. The coho bite continues to be strong with rainbows, lakers and a king here and there. We had sucsess in 105 to 130 fow and everywhere in the water column. The best action continues to be on orange spin doctors and peanut flys with spoons having some luck as well. We had action on every method used, boards, riggers, dipsy's and flatlines. good luck to all.
Lines in at 5:45, two man limit by 7:00, 1 laker and 9 cohos.
Straight out between the nets, 90-105 FOW.
Speed 1.9-2.1 knots at the ball.
Dipseys dialed at 3 out 60 and boards with 1oz. in-lines 75-100 feet out.
Everything on small red/orange dodger and aqua peanut.
Love these cohos!
Fished Friday June 16 5:00-7:30AM. Went 7-11. 6 coho and 1 laker. 110-140 FOW off PP and south of PP. Top 30 feet of water and orange dodger with peanut files with gold in was best. Also, orange spin doctor was hot too. Diver with 70 feet of line in 120 FOW was best.