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JAMES SCHLEGEL
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9/29/14 12:55 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 66° - 70° F Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
I’ve been fishing offshore in 150 to 250 feet of water a couple of days ago. The action has still been good all day long and the weather conditions could not be any better. We’re still catching a good variety of fish trolling the top 70 feet of water using mainly spoons on the surface and dodger fly set-ups on the deeper downriggers. Here is a short video of some of our fishing action recorded the past few days:

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

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9/29/14 7:26 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 61° - 65° F
4/7 on Saturday with another 3 drive-bys. Fished 150-285 going East/West with all the bites between 165 and 185. 3 color with blue/silver spoon was hot. Radio chatter was all about orange but I was having luck with blues and yellows. Ended up with 3 rainbows and a laker.

BIG ROCK
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9/28/14 5:24 PM CST
We fished this weekend and found fish scattered from 140 to 190 fow. I talked with a lot of other boats all catching fish from 140 out as far as 240. We did try as far as 300 ft with no action. We took kings, lakers & bows. The top 80 feet with both spoons and flasher / fly combos working. We had hits on riggers, dipsy's, boards and the chute rod. The lake was flat, and the weather was perfect. A huge bonus not having biting flies to deal with !!! Good luck to everyone

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9/28/14 2:29 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 66° - 70° F Water Temp: 56° - 60° F
Made more then likely last trip of year set up in 150 went 8 for 9 by 10 so called it to make long drive home for packers game. Wire diver 75 loc number 3 setting went 3 for 3 1 laker 1 bow 1 king orange and black mag moonshine rigger down 77 chrome flasher green fly12 lb king rigger down 49 white and black flasher fly laker bout 8 lbs slide diver back 100 3 loc laker green flasher green fly 5 color orange and silver moonshine 1 bow 7 color black and green moonshine 1 for 2 bow lost bigger fish over all one of my better days this year lake was like glass all morning made an enjoyable trip

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9/27/14 6:41 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
Finally got a king this year. Got out a little. Probably did not get a line in the water until 6 am. Started in 130 fow. Marked some fish early caught a laker in 160. Hit a scum line in 180 fow. Caught 5 from 180 fow to 200 fow in an hour. Worked the same area for two more fish before we had to pull lines at 930. All 30-60' down. Started with 3 spoons and one flasher fly. Flasher caught 3 pretty quick so added another. It caught the biggest king 5 mins after we put it down. Orange stinger spoon down 30 on mag diver got 3. Blue knight spoon down 40 on mag diver got 1. Double white glow w/Posieden bullfrog down 50 on mag diver got 3. Double white glow w/Posieden naughty leprechaun down 60 on mag diver got 1 (put in late). Glow flounder pounder down 60 got washed. Great day on the water. Ended 8/8. Thanks to all of those that helped with info this summer. Its time to change gears to bow hunting now.

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9/26/14 8:36 PM CST
Had fun tonight fishing in and around harbor with little boat traffic. We landed 4 Kings and 2 small Browns going 6 for 9 the two of us missing one short hit, also lost one Coho behind boat, and had one bigger fish too that got sawwed off by bad timing and a inconsiderate sail tender boat under power...was a fun time besides that. Boards were hot with plugs....

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DAN WELSCH
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9/26/14 1:33 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
Not enough hooks on the rack with 25 more on the ground after a flat calm morning of good fishing off the port of Sheboygan. Plenty of fish for the grill as this group heads back home. Best overall depth seems to be 180 feet of water while fishing the top 80 foot range of the water column. Even landed a nice King off the boat docks too. Weekend weather forecast looks good as we will see you on the water. Good luck fishing!

Dumper Dan Charters. Fishing, Condos, Riverfront Store. www.dumperdan.com

DAN WELSCH
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9/25/14 8:50 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
Just another beautiful fall day on the water as my big Minneapolis bus group rolls into town to fish Lake Michigan. These anglers had a great time landing a nice variety of trout and salmon aboard all the Dumper Dan boats while trolling 120 to 280 feet of water. Back at it again tomorrow for these folks after a night stay in our riverfront condominiums. Don't put them boats away yet and take advantage of this great fishing here off the port of Sheboygan as we fish well into October!

Dumper Dan Charters. Fishing, Condos, Riverfront Store. www.dumperdan.com

JAMES SCHLEGEL
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9/25/14 11:06 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 61° - 65° F Water Temp: 56° - 60° F
I’ve been on the water now for the past several days fishing offshore in 150 to 250 feet of water. The action has been pretty good all day long and the weather has been favorable. Our guests are catching a good variety of fish trolling the top 70 feet of water using mainly spoons. I’ve also had some luck catching kings on dodger fly set-ups on the deeper downriggers and wire line diver rods. On Sunday we landed a big rainbow weighing 17.22 pounds which we registered in the Sheboygan Great Lakes club “Big Fish Board” which runs until the end of the year. Here is a short video of some of our fishing action recorded the past few days as well as a link to some of the big fish registered so far this season:

http://www.sheboyganfishingreports.com/bigfish.html

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

DAN WELSCH
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9/24/14 8:02 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 66° - 70° F Water Temp: 46° - 50° F
We have a good deep water bite off the port of Sheboygan here during the later fall season. My six boats are trolling an east west pattern while boating good numbers of Kings, Cohos, Lakers and Rainbows in 120 to 280 feet of water. Spoons in the top 40 foot range while flasher fly combinations 40 to 80 feet down are working well for these fish. The harbor area is still giving up some big King Salmon while the Cohos are next, usually in October. Spoons, plugs and crankbaits all doing well while working in and out of the harbor. Our fall season condominium specials will run through the winter months for anyone looking to lodge here in Sheboygan along the riverfront. Good luck fishing!

Dumper Dan Charters. Fishing, Condos, Riverfront Store. www.dumperdan.com

eyeslayer2011
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9/23/14 8:39 PM CST
Went out for a little bit tonight. Went 4 for 4. A Brown a Laker and 2 Kings. Laker and Brown on spoons,Kings on plug....saw a guy get a nice one casting lakeside on South Pier also...

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9/18/14 6:45 AM CST
Went out last night from 4 till 7, powered out to 280 FOW marked a lot of little fish and ended up with 1 small laker and one small rainbow. Rainbow was in 170, 40 down on copper with a modified green dolphin lure (lost another on this set up). Laker was in 150, 55 down rigger with a heman flasher and dark green and glow white fly. lost two on a rigger 32 down with a caramel dolphin lure. Tried to catch a late bite in shallow off the pigeon 20-50 FOW big mistake didn't mark a fish and got loaded up on every line with grass!

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9/17/14 10:18 AM CST
So is it worth the drive to shaboygan to get some salmon planning on coming down Saturday

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9/16/14 7:53 PM CST
Nice Leiderside. Fished a few hours this afternoon also. We shouldve made the run out but chose to stay inside with limited action going 2 for 3. One King on a plug on rigger and my biggest Coho of the year just shy of 10 pounds on a board with a plug...we did have one big ripper on in the harbor that took out 340 feet and came unbuttoned...also on a plug. Saw guy on pier catch some...fish were grouped up tight today on mud line away from it very few marks....

Next trip out deep

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9/16/14 5:26 PM CST
Rather unexpectedly, I enjoyed the best fishing outing of this year---Tuesday afternoon, fishing solo with 3-line limit. Between 1:00 and 3:00, I hooked and netted a limit of trout in less than 2 hours, out in 220-235 fow. Four rainbows (one 15 pounds) and a 15 pound laker all inhaled spoons. Two rainbows off boards and 2-colors LC, blue/green/yellow Stinger, 2 on another green/white/yellow spoon on slide divers way back, and the big laker on a standard Pro King, orange and gold, off a board with 3-colors LC. At the cleaning station, another party said they couldn't keep their riggers in the water with so many bites, out in the same depths. Beautiful fish, unlike the darkies in the gap!

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