Lake Michigan, Sheboygan

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9/29/15 @ 2:15 PM
Buck Killer
Buck Killer
USER since 3/28/14
Are the salmon starting to bite better yet? Are they in the river yet? Good luck fishing.

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9/28/15 @ 3:47 PM
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James Schlegel
Sea Dog Charters
USER since 7/8/01

MOON PHASE (99%)
Waning Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

AIR TEMP
61° - 65° F

WATER TEMP
51° - 55° F
We fished the harbor area every day since Friday. Had some luck catching mainly cohos and a few browns and rainbows. Lots of weeds in the area this weekend, but none today. Again we used our standard harbor fishing setup of plugs and stickbaits on our planner boards and stinger spoons on our diver rods. Picked up 4 cohos and 2 browns this morning. We landed one of the largest cohos this season that weighed in at just under 9 pounds. We sure are having some nice weather this month and some great guests. The fishing season is winding down fast. Visit our facebook page for more photos & reports.

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

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9/28/15 @ 2:58 AM
TigerMiller13
TigerMiller13
USER since 7/23/13
Anything doing out there in Sheboygan Piers boys. My dad and I are looking at coming out Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Any info would be appreciated..Thanks in advance. God bless and Good fishing...

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9/24/15 @ 8:51 PM
eyeslayer2011
eyeslayer2011
MEMBER since 2/21/11
Went out tonight popped a Bow on a board right away in the gap then got wiped out by weeds. Picked up and tryed by pigeon river marks but no takers. Came back to gap with a little time left and popped a nice King on a board to finish the night. Wednesday action was much better with the fog we had 7 bites but only got 3 to the boat. Smaller Cohos. The fish we dumped were bigger fish too. Saw some guys on the pier land some nice fish tonight too...fish caught on North and South piers..

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9/23/15 @ 10:36 AM
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James Schlegel
Sea Dog Charters
USER since 7/8/01

MOON PHASE (74%)
Waxing Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

AIR TEMP
61° - 65° F

WATER TEMP
51° - 55° F
We fished the harbor area again Tuesday evening and went 9 for 15. Caught 3 cohos and the rest were kings. Cooler water is still along our shoreline and we marked plenty of fish and baitfish. Again we used our standard harbor fishing setup of plugs and stickbaits on our planner boards and stinger spoons on our diver rods. It’s a great start to the first day of fall here in Sheboygan. This is “How we Sheboygan”.

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

Sea Dog Sportfishing Charters: http://www.fishsheboygan.com

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9/21/15 @ 8:19 AM
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James Schlegel
Sea Dog Charters
USER since 7/8/01

MOON PHASE
First Quarter

CONDITIONS
Sunny

AIR TEMP
61° - 65° F

WATER TEMP
51° - 55° F
We fished the harbor area Friday, Saturday and Sunday. It was another weekend of a variety of weather conditions. We caught some good sized king salmon as well as brown trout, rainbows and cohos fishing the harbor area. Unfortunately we lost more fish then we landed the past few days but had some good fun fighting these monsters. We again had some good action with spoons on our diver rods and plugs on our planner boards. This is the time of year to take advantage of this fishing right at our doorstep. Don’t forget to register those big fish for your chance to win $500 cash in the clubs fishing contest. I also posted the current standings board of “Big Fish” on my facebook page. Club contest ends October 31st. Here is a video of some of the big fish we landed years past.

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

Sea Dog Sportfishing Charters, http://www.fishsheboygan.com/

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9/21/15 @ 6:57 AM
bonger
bonger
USER since 3/23/07
Anyone do any good yesterday? Also was wondering if there is any where to tie up the boat and have lunch on the river front.

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9/20/15 @ 8:19 PM
eyeslayer2011
eyeslayer2011
MEMBER since 2/21/11
Fished Burnout Bash this weekend with my dad. There are some Kings around but not many. We got 7 Kings in two days along with 3 Cohos and lost a few fish...nice conditions but tough fishing over the weekend it seemed....

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9/20/15 @ 12:47 AM
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skibbz
skibbz
USER since 9/20/15

MOON PHASE (43%)
Waxing Crescent

CONDITIONS
Night Time

AIR TEMP
61° - 65° F

WATER TEMP
46° - 50° F
Sat a few hours at the boat launch in the marina. A few jumping, one can went down, but it snagged the bait and took off before we could get to it. My bluetooth fish finder only spotted 3-4 fish in 4 hours.

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9/19/15 @ 7:02 PM
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eyeguy11
eyeguy11
USER since 12/29/13

MOON PHASE (33%)
Waxing Crescent
There is fish EVERYWHERE in the marina

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9/17/15 @ 10:55 PM
eyeguy11
eyeguy11
USER since 12/29/13
You guys keep complaining that there is no fish being caught you people think oh all the fish are going to be in the harbor but no fish can go wherever the hell then want they can be in 400 fow you fish the same spot every time I go on the pier I count all the boats trolling the harbor it is usually 8+ and there is too much pressure out there troll different places don't be afraid to go out 2 miles or down to the power plant my god you people need to shut up we look on here for fishing reports not stories about politics

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9/17/15 @ 11:22 AM
eyeslayer2011
eyeslayer2011
MEMBER since 2/21/11
Went out last night for a few laps in harbor and one pass outside the gap. Water temp is 64° on surface in harbor. The south wind has cooled the water down outside gap surface was 54° and we had 50° down 10 ft. As for fish we had one hit outside but we ducked back into harbor waves were too big for our 18.5 ft boat. We did not have any bites inside. Wish i couldve got out in morning.

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9/17/15 @ 10:44 AM
Stars & Stripes
Stars & Stripes
MEMBER since 3/28/10
On a lighter note, I lost a board on 2 August just north of the Sheboygan Harbor. I got a phone call on 15 August that my board was found on the beach in Milwaukee! What a journey. Make sure you put your name and number on your boards!

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9/17/15 @ 9:31 AM
Fish Hound
Fish Hound
MEMBER since 1/29/02
Here is a great thread for you to post your opinion on stocking a forage base in the Forum scetion.

http://mobile.lake-link.com/forums/Great-Lakes-Fishing/discuss.cfm/118791/2014-Lower-salmon-numbers/

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9/17/15 @ 8:34 AM
SneakyPete
SneakyPete
USER since 2/26/03
I keep hearing about the Alewife population. Many years ago, Lake trout were over harvested and because of that they were not able to keep up with the alewives that invasively got into the great lakes. Salmon were introduced to reduce the alewife population. What we should be concerned with is where are the smelt? I hear stories from fisherman who came before me, about going to the lake and catching buckets of smelt. Amazing smelt fish fries with the family right down by the lake. I guess Alewives can be decent if they are smoked but does anyone really eat them? Are Alewives commercially fished? No. But smelt are and can be. I think a strong smelt population over a strong alewife population would be better for our great lakes. I also support a one or two rod limit per person. We are our worst enemies. Over harvesting, poaching, pollution and mismanagement of our natural resources are going to be our downfall. What fish our we going to introduce to the great lakes when the Asian Carp get in, Bull Sharks?

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