Kewaunee/Algoma (Lake Michigan), Kewaunee County

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6/23/17 @ 8:12 PM
FISHING REPORT
orangebeeme
orangebeeme
USER since 8/6/15

MOON PHASE
New Moon

Tough fishing out of Kewaunee Sunday evening through Thursday morning. Surface temperature 54 degrees. 42-45 degrees from 40 feet down indefinitely. Worked everything from 40' to 300'. Lots of marks in shallow in the evening but no takers. Best depth seemed to be 150-220. Pretty sure the storms didn't help. Most action in the top 50'

Edited on 6/23/17 8:14 PM
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6/22/17 @ 3:56 PM
diver hunter 1987
diver hunter 1987
USER since 9/29/09

Caught those 2 lakers this past couple weeks on orange spoons flatilining in right around 100fow outta kewaunee Think if I was going for lakers I'd go slow use a big silver dodger and spin n glow combo and like was mentioned before put a 1lb ball on a 3way keep it close to bottomand find cold water colder the better.  

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6/22/17 @ 3:33 PM
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FISH55555
FISH55555
USER since 3/17/09

MOON PHASE (3%)
Waning Crescent

For Lakers bouncing bottom with a 3 way swivel one pound ball troll slower orange fly and silver flasher. Go south till you see yellow sand banks on the shore. Stay in 100fow trolling parallel to the shore. We did very well but it was 25 years ago. One laker was 35 lbs and we got limited out every time. Let me know how you do.

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6/22/17 @ 8:10 AM
Fisher123
Fisher123
USER since 7/6/06
If you were targeting lakers only, where would you go to start out of Algoma? Thinking of trying just for lakers, but have never tried for them out of Algoma. Any tips would be appreciated.

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6/21/17 @ 5:10 PM
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diver hunter 1987
diver hunter 1987
USER since 9/29/09

MOON PHASE (9%)
Waning Crescent

Fished yesterday morning to afternoon went 4-4.  1-10lb laker in 90 ft water was 46degrees on flatline orange spoon.  Got 2 rainbows both in 52degree water in 150fow 5 color nbk then a 15lb king in 160fow 45 down silver flasher lbb fly had a lot come up on riggers sniff and take off.  Today started south on same way points water was 58 barely a fish around trolled back towards harbor and into 100fow where it was 46 the day before water was 54 there and that's where we found coho 2-3 all on 5 color nbk spoon nothing on high lines, coho rigs or flasher fly only was out today from 900-230 today

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6/21/17 @ 1:32 PM
EUPYOOPERJIG
EUPYOOPERJIG
USER since 2/29/16

Coho rig is 00 dodger usually orange in color with a tiny peanut fly behind it. Deadly rig.

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6/21/17 @ 12:44 PM
Nets2Wet
Nets2Wet
USER since 10/11/12

A coho rig for me is small dodger and peanut fly.  Hope that helps.

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6/21/17 @ 12:19 PM
FISHING REPORT
MadStork
MadStork
USER since 2/11/12

MOON PHASE (9%)
Waning Crescent

CONDITIONS
Sunny

AIR TEMP
56° - 60° F

WATER TEMP
46° - 50° F

slow slow slow! 

Trolled south of kewaunee in 60-250 feet of water for 4.5 hrs. Not a bump. Tried flasher fly. RV spoons, coho rigs, and spin doctors. Nothing seemed to work. All in all not good at all. Marked the most fish between 60 and 80 feet. Used riggers, lead core, dipsys and slide divers. Hope this help. 

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6/21/17 @ 12:06 PM
LTH&F
LTH&F
USER since 1/3/15

This is not a fishing report but a question, What is a coho rig?


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6/21/17 @ 8:39 AM
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Nets2Wet
Nets2Wet
USER since 10/11/12

MOON PHASE (9%)
Waning Crescent

CONDITIONS
Sunny

AIR TEMP
66° - 70° F

Last night from 7-930PM went 2 for 3 out of goma with 2 nice kings on the riggers and a lost bow.  Flash/fly worked last night and lost bow on coho rig. Nice to get back out of goma.

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