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eyeslayer2011
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7/6/15 5:48 PM CST
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7/6/15 10:17 AM CST
The fishing remains steady in Sheboygan, The early and late bite in 40 to 100 fow has stayed constant. The long bite from 285 to 400 plus feet of water is still producing a mixed bag. Run your set and you will catch fish, spoons / FF on all set ups will work. We caught fish on wire divers, high & shallow divers, downriggers, flat lines, leadcore on boards as well. The lake trout seem to be everywhere !! Its been hard to keep them off the lines. Hopefully the other species will pick up ...... Good luck to all.

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7/6/15 9:26 AM CST
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7/5/15 12:08 PM CST
Made it out and went 3 for 5 last night with 2 kings 1 bow and lost a king boat side. This morning had 1 king 3 bows, and 1 laker. All fish on spoons, 80-130 feet of water. All fish during prime time, we couldn't get one to bite off the normal peak first and last light.

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7/4/15 8:44 PM CST
Fished Friday night 530-945. Went 6 for 8. 3 kings, 2 rainbows, 1 Coho. Dipseys and 3 color leadcore. All on spoons Northports and Stingers. Started at 150' just south of the harbor trolled east/southeast to 280' got a couple hits and landed 1 rainbow at 280. On the way back in at 170' action picked up from 830 till 930. Overall a good night on the water.

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TJ MAX
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7/4/15 6:07 PM CST
Picked up 1 lake trout in 130 south that was it any advice would be great

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7/3/15 6:35 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 61° - 65° F Water Temp: 56° - 60° F
Went South-East to about 200 dropped lines got steelhead on a purple spoon right away. At about 250 got another steelhead on 3 fly combo on dipsy. Got to about 285 had another hit looked like another steelhead but lost it that was on blue-green spoon and had another hit on the 3 fly combo

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7/3/15 9:11 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Fished 6:00-9:30 last night out of Sheboygan. Took my aunt out for an evening run. Worked 60-100 FOW. Took a couple hits on long lines: 5 color lead, 200 copper. Braid diver 100 LOC flasher fly took several fish. Wire diver 70 LOC took one. Rigger (meat rig with white 8 inch glow flasher) down 55 and Rigger (bloody nose glow mag spoon) down 45 took a few hits. Overall 10/14. 6 Kings, 3 Lakers, 1 Coho. Subtroll speed 1.9-2.1 MPH. Popped a few fish before sundown, but the fishing was HOT from 845-915.

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7/2/15 7:27 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 66° - 70° F Water Temp: 56° - 60° F
It was great fishing and some good laughs with Buck McNeely, John Maino from NBC 26 and special host Chester Marcol former place kicker of the Green Bay Packers. The Outdoorsmans Show that we filming will be on this November and again next February. This is the first show that we ever ran a chase boat for filming to get some different angles.

We trolled an east/west pattern from 200 to 350 feet of water. Spoons on the planned boards are still producing the most fish for us while flasher/fly combinations are taking some larger fish suspended.

Have a fun and safe fourth of July weekend!

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

CHUCK NELSON
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7/2/15 1:09 AM CST
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Was able to get out with my daughter and future son in law for a few hours tonight. They are visiting from North Carolina. This was his first time on Lake Michigan. We worked 75-105 fow. Flasher/flies on riggers and wire divers, as well as Stingrays on 5 color and 7 color. Speed was best between 2.2 and 2.6 on the Hawk and gps.

Tight Lines and Good Times,

Chuck

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TIPPY
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7/1/15 7:14 PM CST
Thank you both very much. Got the waypoints programmed in and it seems like if I go straight out or less than 4 miles south and then just troll north I should be ok. Maybe there will even be a fish in there.

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7/1/15 4:22 PM CST
Under the current rule no trap nets may be placed north of 43°40'50" from June 29th through Labor Day. The shallow end may be no shallower than 60' and the deep end may be no deeper than 150' per rule.

That makes it clear from the harbor until about the "Hetty Taylor" shipwreck about 4 miles south of the harbor and nothing to the north until Manitowoc.

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7/1/15 3:07 PM CST
Here are the net gps numbers for ya.

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7/1/15 2:58 PM CST
Going out for the first time ever over the weekend. Just wondering if there are any nets out there I need to avoid. If there are does anyone know gps spots for them, depth of water they are in, or at least a general area so I can avoid them. I hope to catch one or two fish, but my main objective is to just set up get to kno my equipment and not get caught up in the nets or get in anyone's way. If I catch a fish that's a bonus. If anyone wants to tell me this or even some fishing guidance feel free to pm me, or answer here. If I don't get a response I'll try my best to stay on top and I'll post an outcome.

Thanks, Tippy

CHUCK NELSON
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6/29/15 7:48 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Fished Sunday morning with good success. Left the dock after 6am with steelhead on my mind. Powered out to 285 fow and trolled east turning at 440 fow. GPS and Fish Hawk speed both at 3.0-3.2. Ended 16 for over 30. Pulled lines at about 11am. Flat lines, nugget boards and 3 colors with spoons; flasher on a Slide Diver and herring on a rigger had action. A mixed bag of coho, rainbows and Lakers brought in. Good time training a new mate on a shake down run.

Tight Lines and Good Times, Chuck

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