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mercman1127
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FISHING REPORT
4/12/14 10:30 PM CST
Made it out Friday afternoon for 2 hours to play with new electronics. Got soaked in the harbor after my 8 month old lab leaped off the bow to chase after the ducks swimming in front of the boat. Dogs always have to shake off right next to you. Anyway, pulled #7 flicker shads in and out of harbor. Picked up two small browns outside the wall in 22 fow. Wind picked up and we were both wet and cold so we called it. Hope to see the cohos soon.

kayak king
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3/27/14 7:53 PM CST
Anybody have a report from in the harbor hoping to get out in the yak with the warm weather tried for a hour last fri from shore no luck unusual for me didn't see anyone else have any action water was bit dirty but shoulda been able to pick one up on the edge of dirty water is it just dead out there?

Lake-wreck
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3/24/14 4:18 PM CST
Checked the landing yesterday and it's clear, I guess this guy thought it was okay to park on the ramp...

JAMES SCHLEGEL
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3/17/14 7:55 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 12th annual Fishermen's Swap Meet this Saturday March 22, 2014. 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” winner was Andrew Pentek. More details at: http://www.sheboyganfishingclub.com/Club_Fishing_Contest.html

BombasticBushkin
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3/3/14 12:06 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 11° - 15° F
Fished for only an hour 3/2/14. (Realized after I got to the harbor that I'd forgotten my gloves--DOH!!! With the wind chill, it made for cold hands in a hurry, so fishing was interrupted by frequent pauses to rewarm hands in my pockets.) Canadian geese and various duck species were all over the open water by the power plant discharge. Fished the coal dock side of the harbor, threw a variety of spoons, and also jigged with some soft plastics. Saw quite a few fish, but the only things chasing my lures were the ducks. Be careful if you fish beyond the safety railing--it's very icy and slick on top, and the way the ice is built up, it's sloping toward the water.

philliper
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3/1/14 3:30 PM CST
The GLSF-Ozaukee Chapter meeting on Tues. March 4th will feature Captain Scott Spitza of "Another Limit" Charter Service. Meeting is open to the public and begins at 7 PM. The location is the "Railroad Station Bar" 200 S. Railroad St. in Saukville. If you have not done so yet please check out the improved web-site at "WWW.GLSF-OZ.ORG". A great source for fishing and lake conditions info including live lake front cameras.

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2/24/14 12:01 PM CST
The Milwaukee Great Lakes Sport Fishermen 37th Annual Charity Auction will be held March 1st at American Serb Hall 5101 W Oklahoma Ave, Milwaukee, WI. Doors open at 9:00 and the auction starts at 10:00. The $3 admission enters you in a drawing for a rod and reel combo. Items available at the auction include: Canoe Canada 5 day fly-in Outpost Trip www.canoecanada.com, Lake Michigan Charter trip with Loose Drag Charters www.loosedragcharters.com, Green Bay guided fishing trip with Wacky Walleye Guide Service with Dale Stroschein, Lake Erie Trip with Sea Breeze Charters, Big Jon Electric Downriggers, rods, reels, combos for Lake Michigan and inland lakes, lures packs from Rapala, Reef Runner, Warrior, Pro-King, Maina, Storm, BSFISHTALES,Dreamweaver, Stinger, Sliver Horde and more. Ice fishing equipment including Vexilar products, nets, smokers, gift certificates from area retailers and more! We will also have fishing equipment and meat raffles throughout the day. Go to www.glsfclub.com for a list of most of the auction items. Send me a PM if you have any questions.

J B
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10/14/13 6:28 PM CST
Got out a little late Sunday AM. Still had a good trip. Went 2/4 before 11 am. One 12# king and one small laker. Found a pod of fish straight out in 120' that we worked. All fish on dispys. Action at 40', 50' and 60' down. Both caught on flasher and flies. Lost another on a flasher/fly and lost one on a spoon. Thanks to those that helped me this year. Looking forward to next year already!

J B
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10/12/13 11:56 AM CST
I'm new to fishing the big lake and I've never tried it in the fall. Were hoping to fish tomorrow morning. Should there still be a early morning bite in the dark or would I be better of waiting until after sun up. Thanks!

blackbrd
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10/10/13 2:00 PM CST
First ones out of the harbor this morning and got set in 65 trolling out to 175 and back settling on 90-135 being the best. Cold water all over has the fish spread out, but we did manage 5 nice fish. 3 kings in the 8-10# range a 4# king and a 6# laker. White flasher and aqua fly setups on assorted rods. Most hits came from 30-60 feet down on riggers, dipseys and pumps. No bites on lead today. What a beautiful day! I'm blessed to be able to fish this tremendous fishery and I chuckle to myself every day I get a chance to.

Oh and I saw at least 7 other boats this morning as well, I guess you can't skip fishing a nice day like today.

[This post was last edited on 10/10/13 at 4:52 PM]
dalibohe
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10/10/13 12:12 AM CST
To sbicknell: I hope your last post had a type in it. Hate to see you go out to your death. Sad

dalibohe
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10/10/13 12:10 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 61° - 65° F Water Temp: 56° - 60° F
I fished the Coal Dock today from 7 till 9am. 25 other anglers there. about 20 catching everything from browns to kings and some coho on spawn sacks. Guess I haven't got the touch yet, not even a nibble for me. Closest I got to a fish was helping someone else with my net to get his fish up. Sad May try again tomorrow after getting some fresh sacks.

sbicknell
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10/9/13 9:31 PM CST
Thinking of going out of Port tomorrow. Any suggestions on what death I should head too and what is biting?

blackbrd
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10/9/13 8:36 PM CST
Thanks apprentice,

Will be launching around 5 fishing till 10:30 or 11. All jacked up it's been a few weeks for me, the water temps look good and the weather has been stable which means everything this time of year. Got everything rigged and ready. Can't wait!

Thanks again, I'll post when I get back!

FishingApprentice
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10/9/13 4:10 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Water Temp: 56° - 60° F
Hope this helps you blackbrd...

Fished this past Sunday .. left harbor as soon as the heavy rains had passed. One of the first boats out of the harbor. Started marking fish around 50 fow. First hit was on flasher fly combo on the downrigger around 60 fow. Trolled from 50 fow to 160 fow with decent results. Ended the day with 4 out of 7. Most on either flasher / fly / downrigger or on a spoon on lead core. Bite disappeared for me by 9am.

Noticed charters seemed to be trolling 50 - 300 fow still.

Tight lines. A few of us will be on the lake with you Thursday... too good to resist the weather.

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