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Team Lamboat
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FISHING REPORT
7/31/14 2:43 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 56° - 60° F Water Temp: 51° - 55° F
Fished pretty much all day on Tue & Wed out of Algoma. First time out this year. The lake was good... had to dodge a storm each evening and deal with the fog on Wed morning. 2 guys 5-6 lines. Surface water temps were 48-52 on Tuesday and 50-54 on Wednesday. Went 10/12 with 2 lakers (60 FOW, 30' down on f/f @ high noon), 3 kings, 5 rainbows. Most hit presentation was a surface spoon off a yellow-bird.... many drive-bys but landed 2 and lost 1 half way in. No weight so it was probably running only a few feet below surface. Next best was naughty leprecaun on perl/green 8" flasher on a dipsy (no ring) with 200' line out. On the wide setting I think this runs about 30' down. Next best was a orange/green magnum spoon off a rigger 60' down. 2 of the kings and rainbow came on that. 12# king coming at 2:00pm high sun in 136fow 60' down trolling about 2.5mph on the gps. It seems 90-140 FOW was getting work the hardest and that is where we marked the most fish, which wasn't that many. Never ran into a school of fish and never had an evening bite as weird weather and changing winds coming right at prime-time. There are fish around as just about everybody at the landing was bringing in 3-7 fish. I saw charter customers carrying bags and bags of fish, but we really worked for our 10. Anyway, it was a blast being out on the lake and catching some fish for the grill, smoker, and canner to boot. Pic of 11" bow.

hockeyguy39
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7/31/14 2:26 PM CST
Musky, sent you a PM.

musky5242
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7/31/14 12:42 PM CST
Will be fishing off Algoma next week thur-mon i have 2 open seats pm me if you would like to go

whitetail1474
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FISHING REPORT
7/31/14 8:59 AM CST
I had the opportunity to fish with Ryan and NEW Fishing Adventures last night. My goal for the trip was to learn how to fish for Salmon out of my walleye boat, and to give two 11 year old kids the opportunity to reel in some big fish. Both goals were accomplished. Ryan explained the set-up and equipment process throughly. and he allowed the kids to reel in every fish, even though they lost more than they should have, and we had a few minor tangles, he was extremely patient. The trip remained successful going 7 for 11 including 2 kings at the #15 mark.

thinblueline
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7/29/14 10:48 PM CST
Stay away from Manitowoc/Two Rivers if you don't want to contend with nets. Things are all over the place, taking up a huge swath of productive water in that 60 to 120 foot depth (approximately), where a lot of fo sh like to hang out. Of course you can fish your way in and around them, but to do so is to dance with the devil.

fireguy1954
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7/29/14 9:33 PM CST
I'm giving up on Port Washington for the year. I'm going to try Algoma or Kewaunee this week. Is one better than the other? Anything like nets to watch out for? I know the how, just need a little help on the where and what's working.

Thanks.

Birddog7mm
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FISHING REPORT
7/29/14 9:27 PM CST
Nice to see that a few fish seem to be cooperating finally! It's also nice to hear that a few fish are starting to hit the spoons as well(ie-Dr Death)! Can't wait to get back out there again, we're leaving tomorrow for as long as it takes!!

Glass Crapie
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7/29/14 8:12 PM CST
Mike, I have had a lot of success on moonshines raspberry, carbon, bloody nose, wonder bread and breadwinner... other manufacturers... blue, green, and Carmel dolphins(modified dolphins also)... and Kevorkian (or dr. death). those are my typical go to spoons. as I have many others.

Dark colors and glow.. in the dark, on cloudy and foggy days. I like the Kevorkian mornings and evenings and on partly cloudy days (it is dark but also has some flash on the back). Bright days dolfins and others with flash.

Hope this helps

Lil Herbie
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FISHING REPORT
7/29/14 5:47 PM CST
The dipsy was a magnum set at 3, 80 feet out regular proking blue and silver, the downrigger fish came on custom painted michigan stinger spoons, two were on a yellow with black stripes snd chartruse nose, one was on a real fish magnum spoon.

Fisher123
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7/29/14 5:45 PM CST
Mike nitro - I have had good success with magnum modified blue dolphin spoons on boards this year. I ve been running 1-2oz weights using the 50/50 method. A few weeks ago this was deadly for us. I have done ok on 3 color leadcore also with this spoon.

Mike Nitro
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7/29/14 5:10 PM CST
Any help on type of spoons and color patterns? Its been a tough year so far for us. Thanks.

Lil Herbie
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FISHING REPORT
7/29/14 1:45 PM CST
Went 4 for 7 from 5am to 11 am, 3bows and a nice king about 20#. All on spoons 3 on rigger 1 on dipsey, from 115 to 250 fow. Lost a yellow bird with green writing on it, fiesty bow broke it off and it was gone, dont think my names on it, lemme know if you come across it! Back at it tomorrow afternoon. Tight lines

CAPT. GUY NUECHTERLEIN
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FISHING REPORT
7/29/14 1:43 PM CST
Well this morning was one of those mornings that makes me feel like I can do this for another 10 years. After a very tough year last year and a mediocre start to this year, we put a royal spanking on the king salmon this morning out of Kewaunee. The clients were limited out by 8 AM and we actually caught two more pulling lines. Water temperature was 44-47° in the Killzone's and that makes all the difference in the world. Flasher fly and spoons both worked in the top 60 feet of water, with 160 FOW holding the most fish.


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tlcbear
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FISHING REPORT
7/28/14 10:54 AM CST
Report from Algoma Friday night 7/25 & Saturday 7/26. Got a late start Friday evening with no hits and rough water only. Sat morning went 3 for 3 with 2 kings and a Bow. First fish at 125FOW 45 down on rigger. Next hit at 250FOW on 7 color LC and finally 185FOW on the same 7 color LC. All came on white crackle crush dodger and aqua fly. Pic is my son's first trip out ever with a 19# king - he's all smiles !!

JamesD
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7/27/14 2:38 PM CST
Fished Kewaunee Sat.4-9pm.Huge drop in air temp heading out past the can.Water temp was 52 degrees. Caught a king right away on the dypsey and blu ladderback spoon. Caught another on green/ white off the 80 foot rigger spoon, and then boatmaster Ryan pulled one in, (in the pic) off the same dypsey, just before dark. Started out fishing with rough seas, but things calmed down a bit. Nice evening to be out.

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