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Charlie & Gail
Charlie & Gail
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7/27/15 4:59 PM CST
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p.c.
p.c.
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7/27/15 4:10 PM CST
Hi Guys,

I've never fished out of Port Washington before. What is the preferred place to launch? I'll be driving from the Oconomowoc area and probably coming up hwy 43N.

Thanks.

JIM DEVENPORT
JIM DEVENPORT
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FISHING REPORT
7/27/15 3:49 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 76° - 80º F Water Temp: 61° - 65° F
Had an ok mid day trip fished 8-1pm today. We had 2 lakers an 2 bows and lost more then qw caught. Spoons high f/f combos deep 135 fow seemed 3 color lead 70 down. Lots of fish and bait marking, dark is the key to better catches. Go fishn!


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CAPT. MARK CASSIDY
CAPT. MARK CASSIDY
Joined: 3/9/2011
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FISHING REPORT
7/27/15 12:23 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Went out and had an awesome morning. A lot of rainbow action again today. Had a 2-person limit and a good 20 strikes. Worked about the same depth of water as I did yesterday 120-160ft.,with better results. A mix of spoons and f/flies worked best. Nice job, great catch!!!

[This post was last edited on 7/27/15 at 12:27 PM]

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7/27/15 10:50 AM CST
Sorry-another NON report. Comment on Amateurangler's posts.

You may be new here (or not), but you are another one who I will never read another rant from thanks to the "Block this user" feature here on LL.

Shut up and fish!

[This post was last edited on 7/27/15 at 10:51 AM]
SLAMMIN SALMON
SLAMMIN SALMON
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Joined: 3/7/2007
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7/27/15 10:14 AM CST
One must also consider that charters fish with inexperienced anglers and that rainbows have a tendency to get get away. Especially with non veteran fisherpeople/kids on the reel!

Just a thought!

Jzzzzz
Jzzzzz
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Joined: 1/19/2002
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FISHING REPORT
7/27/15 9:33 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 81° - 88° F Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
had a good morning yesterday 7/26 started shallow in the cold water and only had 1 bow to show for it with 3-4 drive bys, ended up heading east out to 150-200fow ended up going 12/17 or so 5 lakers 6 bows and 1 king, 1 bow was pushing 15-16lbs just an awesome fish, spoons up high for bows and deep riggers for the greasers.

goodfishin all!

SCOTT SPITZA
SCOTT SPITZA
Joined: 7/13/2004
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FISHING REPORT
7/26/15 5:15 PM CST
Fishing report for am 7-26. I had a 1 person charter with a returned patron, Rob.We were greeted with a flat lake and biting rainbows.Worked close 40 to 60 fow early(Had cold water) looking for Kings but found none.Decided to head out and found a nice pocket of rainbows from 145 to 160 fow.Had a dozen bites but only landed 4.Ended with 1- 10 lb laker and 3 bows 5 to 10 lbs.Thanks again for the trip Rob. Captain Scott Cool

CAPT. MARK CASSIDY
CAPT. MARK CASSIDY
Joined: 3/9/2011
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FISHING REPORT
7/26/15 3:36 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Had a rainbow action morning, to bad I couldn't get more to stick. Had about 18 strikes and boated 6. Talked to a few guy's said they had same problem. I guess it's just nice to have the action. Have to try and do better tom...best bite was 100-150ft.

[This post was last edited on 7/26/15 at 3:38 PM]

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Charlie & Gail
Charlie & Gail
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FISHING REPORT
7/26/15 2:41 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Fished till 10:00 this morning, 7 for 11 bites. 2 Kings, 1 Laker, 4 Bows. Orange spoons up high on 3, 4, 5 lead and 2 on Dipsey's with Flasher/Fly's. Riggers were dead again even though we changed baits, lead from balls, depth, etc. Most fish were in the 160 fow area.

[This post was last edited on 7/26/15 at 3:01 PM]
CAPT. NOLAN KOEPP
CAPT. NOLAN KOEPP
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FISHING REPORT
7/26/15 1:56 PM CST
Fished 7 to 12 this morning had a good bite in 120 to 200ft of water spoons and a few flashers and flys

[This post was last edited on 7/26/15 at 1:58 PM]

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CAPT. NOLAN KOEPP
CAPT. NOLAN KOEPP
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FISHING REPORT
7/25/15 6:24 PM CST
Had a great morning today plugs and spoons


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Charlie & Gail
Charlie & Gail
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FISHING REPORT
7/25/15 3:57 PM CST
Out this morning after a 2 week hiatus, went 12 for 14 or 15 bites ( I lost count). 1 three year old King putting lines in at about 55 fow, 2 Lakers, 1 decent Coho, the rest Rainbows. Caught almost everything on orange spoons, 3, 5, 7, 10 lead all caught fish, Dipsy with a flasher/fly caught 1, riggers did absolutely nothing. Fished from 55 fow and eventually out to 175 but the west wind was making it pretty bumpy so came back in to 120ish. Caught fish all over the place. Had 1 double that turned into a momentary triple, then back to a double, then a single....LOL.

I think Laura and Abe had a good time on their fist trip to the big lake.

Observations: I marked way fewer fish than I have all year. I have been marking much less in the way of bait these last few trips out, today we marked none. I saw water that was 66.7* on top and 39.8* down 30 feet at the same time. The creel survey guy said it's not looking good for the Alewives right now. That's about the 5th or 6th time I've heard that this year from the USFW and DNR guys. I have to agree that I am not seeing bait either, certainly not like 3, 4, 5+ years ago. The Rainbows are long and skinny and only 1 of the fish we caught today had anything in their stomach's, the rest were empty.

Charlie

JOHN SCHULTZ
JOHN SCHULTZ
Joined: 3/14/2014
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FISHING REPORT
7/24/15 1:56 PM CST
Fished Thursday afternoon/evening. Afternoon was mostly washing baits except for a couple greasers. One came on a FF and the other on a Brad's cut plug. Had a good run closer to dark with 1 bow, 1 coho, and 4 kings, all on spoons. Blueberry muffin took 2 kings, blue knight took 2 kings, RV atomic melon took the bow, and RV mixed veggies took the coho. Ended up 8 for 8. Not an exceptional amount of bites, but we landed every one that hooked up. All four kings were about the same size. 75 to 90 FOW produced all of our fish.

[This post was last edited on 7/26/15 at 10:46 PM]

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CAPT. MARK CASSIDY
CAPT. MARK CASSIDY
Joined: 3/9/2011
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FISHING REPORT
7/24/15 11:59 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
Had an ok morning for 2 people, had about 15 strikes and boated 5, a lot of short striking rainbows jumping off. Best depth for me was 120-160ft. F/flies out did the spoons today.


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