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CAPT. MARK CASSIDY
CAPT. MARK CASSIDY
Joined: 3/9/2011
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FISHING REPORT
5/28/15 12:27 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Took my little first mate out on trip with me this morning. Had a little action went 5-12. The bite didn't get going till the water warmed to about 45-46 degrees. 180-230ft. was best. A mix of spoons and a few flasher, flies from surface down to about 40ft. worked best. Stay safe and good luck fishing.

[This post was last edited on 5/28/15 at 12:47 PM]

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Charlie & Gail
Charlie & Gail
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Joined: 8/26/2013
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FISHING REPORT
5/23/15 3:35 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Water Temp: 46° - 50° F
First trip of the year today, fished from 8:00 AM to noon, 5 for 6, 3 rainbows, 2 coho's. The coho's were too small so they got released at the back of the boat. Rainbows were 4 to 5 lbs. One coho on a standard coho rig, orange dodger/black & purple peanut fly, everything else including the one that got away and 2 drive by's were on Stinger NBK spoons (Natural Born Killer). All on 3, 4, 5 color lead, 1.8 mph on the probe. If we wouldn't have had those NBK spoons out I believe we wouldn't have caught a thing. I threw a lot of the "A" game spoons and even flasher/fly's at them but no deal. Water temp was really consistent, 46.5 to 48 on top, 42.5 down 30, 40, 50 feet. Caught everything in 55 to 57 fow. Marked A LOT of fish today and bait balls on the bottom between 50 and 60 fow. Not many boats out yet, charter boats fishing everywhere from the harbor out to 200 fow. Weather was really nice, almost no waves until 11 AM, a lot warmer than I thought it would be. Pretty soon it'll really light up. Oh and the boat still starts, runs and floats. Here we go!

Charlie

ptuna100
ptuna100
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Joined: 12/29/2007
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5/18/15 6:53 PM CST
Anyone have a fishing report? I just would like to know if it's worth the drive over the weekend. Don't care if it's trout or salmon any help would be great! Feel free to PM me

midwestmadmen
midwestmadmen
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Joined: 1/9/2014
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5/13/15 10:40 PM CST
I went on Kitchen Pass lI last June and had a great time. Good group that works that boat. Nice big comfortable boat, great fisherman that work very hard to make sure the fishing is good, and reasonable rates.

danomac
danomac
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Joined: 9/11/2013
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5/13/15 8:07 PM CST
I don't ever think that was a bad time I don't know of any bad charters just depending on how much you want to spend and how long you want to go out haven't been out in a charter in a long time we usually just take her own boat as long as weather conditions allow us to

cought a couple
cought a couple
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Joined: 2/21/2008
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5/13/15 7:48 PM CST
Has anything been going on at Port? thinking about a charter for fathers day when is best time to hit the cohos. any suggestions for best charter out of Port Washington

abach
abach
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Joined: 4/10/2011
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FISHING REPORT
5/4/15 10:22 AM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 61° - 65° F Water Temp: 46° - 50° F
Went out Sunday morning for a quick trip. Picked up a coho on 3 color with dodger/fly. Out and back in an hour! Got hit with a little rain but was great to be back on the lake.

Tie1on
Tie1on
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Joined: 1/29/2015
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4/14/15 1:32 PM CST
BrowningHunter, haven't seen or heard a decent report outta Port yet. I'd run south, and stay in tight. 1-2 color cores off boards. Been kindda outta the loop for a couple years. Don't be afraid to run your riggers down 5-10' with LONG leads and small spoons. Turn your Messenger on as well! good luck!

BrowningHunter
BrowningHunter
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Joined: 10/31/2001
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4/14/15 12:47 PM CST
Hey a few buddies are heading out this afternoon. I was wondering if some cohos are hitting yet and browns? Any info would help...I'm thinking 20-30ft and run some boards with crankbaits...any suggestions. ..thanks and tight lines everyone

JAMES SCHLEGEL
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Joined: 7/8/2001
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3/15/15 10:43 AM CST
Not a fishing report, but may be of interest to area fishermen. The Sheboygan Area Great Lakes Sport Fishermen club is having its 13th annual Fishermen's Swap Meet this Saturday March 21, 2015. It will again be held at South Alliance Church located at 4321 County Tk A East (just South of Home Depot on frontage road). Doors open to the public at 9:00 am and the event runs until 1:00 pm. No early sales before 9:00 am. Thousands of fishing and outdoor bargains, refreshments and raffles. Cost is only $3 admission for adults and kids (15 and under) are free. If you have some outdoor related items (or junk), you would like to sell or swap, please contact Russ Kleinert at 920-457-4933. http://www.sheboyganfishingclub.com/Swap_Meet.html

The club's "Big Fish Challenge" fishing contest begins April 1st with $1175 in cash prizes. You must be a club member for your chance to win. Last years $500 “Big Fish Challenge” winner was Andrew Sharpe with his 9.83 lb. coho. Here is the complete list of all of last year’s cash winners: http://www.sheboyganfishingclub.com/Club_Fishing_Contest.html

philliper
philliper
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Joined: 12/31/2006
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1/4/15 8:16 PM CST
The Tuesday Jan. 6th meeting of the Great Lakes Sport Fishing Club will feature a presentation by Dan Keating of Blue Horizons Sport Fishing. The meeting is free and open to the public. Location is the Railroad Station Bar at 200 S. Railroad Street in Saukville. Time is 7:00 PM.

h8 2b skunked
h8 2b skunked
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Joined: 10/15/2010
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10/28/14 12:21 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny
This is more for information purposes than an actual fishing report. This coming Tuesday Nov.4 after you get done voting, feel free to join us at the Railroad Station. Our fishing club Great Lakes Sportfishermen Ozaukee chapter will be having our super raffle with a lot of prizes to be given away, tickets can be purchased at the meeting. We also have a very special speaker lined up for this meeting, Jason Woda will be giving his summer king presentation. Hope to see you there. The meeting starts at 7pm

address/// 200 S Railroad St, Saukville, WI 53080/// (262) 284-3990

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redskin
redskin
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Joined: 1/28/2002
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FISHING REPORT
10/19/14 1:00 PM CST
Got out for the last trip of the season this AM. Salmon were jumping in the harbor when we went out. A little bumpy but fishable. started in 80 fow, out to 150 and then angled back into 70. Picked up a 6 lb bow on a fire tiger #4 J off a flat line and a 3 lb king of swr down 50. a couple other pull backs on 2 color, but no other hook ups. Fished from 0630 and pulled lines about 0930. only two other boats were out, but some yahoo parked their truck and trailer (without boat) in front of one of the launches - I hope it was due to mechanical issues v. a sudden attack of the doofus virus. Best of luck to those still fishing. Now its time to sit in a tree.....

Charlie & Gail
Charlie & Gail
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Joined: 8/26/2013
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FISHING REPORT
9/28/14 6:12 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Finally got back to Port today, fished about 4 hours, 8 for 9 with 4 drive-by's. 6 Rainbows and 2 smaller Lakers, biggest bow was 9 lbs, nice fish. Started at 180 fow to 330, best depth was between 280 and 310. Green/Gold Stinger spoons and Orange Stingers on 3, 4, 5 color caught most, F/F's caught 2 on Riggers down 54 and 100. Lake was so calm you could have had a canoe out at 330 ft, although I would never suggest that. Between Bow season going on now (Gail already has one in the freezer so far) and Duck hunting opening this weekend I'm thinking we're done for the year. What a great way to finish it out!

Charlie

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J B
J B
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Joined: 3/10/2002
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FISHING REPORT
9/10/14 7:11 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Late report. Fished Sunday morning. Got started before 5am. Started around 100 fow. Didn't make a thing until 170 fow. Had one drive by in that area. Trolled all the way out to 300 fow. Very few marks. Most between 170-220. Fired up the motor and headed back to 200 and trolled in. Lucky got on some fish around 170 fow again. Picked up two lakers and a stealhead. Lost one other fish near 170 ending 3/5. We also ran in and trolled near the pier heads, without a bump. Couldn't buy a bite on spoons. All hits on flasher flies. Off the water around noon. Seemed like mixed reviews at the landing again. Some dark and silver kings at the cleaning station. Still without a king this year. Another decent trip though. Hopefully this change in weather will do something to improve the bite. I'm hoping to get out one more time.

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