Kenosha Harbor, Kenosha County

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TODAY @ 2:28 PM
K5DEEP
K5DEEP
USER since 6/24/12

Fished unde the bridge the day 6am till 10 no bites.  A lot of fish jumping.  Went to south wall for another two hours no luck. Will be back tomorrow!  Tight lines 

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TODAY @ 1:49 PM
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JBane
JBane
USER since 2/25/15

MOON PHASE (37%)
Waxing Crescent

Off work yesterday and launched in Kenosha at 6pm, off at 8pm.

Marked fish from 15ft down to 20 all through the harbor on the way out. Trolled in 30 fow on the other side of the break wall, 2ish mph, 2 lines 100 back, using Berkley #7 flicker shads recommended by Jalensky's. One blue top with silver bottom, and one lime green top with white bottom.

Both lures got hit a couple of times but no hook set. Finally got one on the green and white. This was officially our first salmon, and first fish caught out of Lake MI. Pretty sure this is a Chinook. Beautiful fish, and a hell of a fight. Me and the boy tag teamed the reel to bring it in. Little buddy is hooked, loved it.

Tight Lines.

Edited on 9/26/17 1:50 PM
Kenosha Harbor, Kenosha County Photo
Kenosha Harbor, Kenosha County Photo
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9/23/17 @ 1:19 PM
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Jighead1
Jighead1
USER since 8/17/17

MOON PHASE (13%)
Waxing Crescent

Caught 2 kings two weeks ago.if the fish are there you just have to put in your time.mine were caught on krockadile glow spoon at night. One on the drop and one on slow retrieve near bottom.nothing beats time on water.

Kenosha Harbor, Kenosha County Photo
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9/23/17 @ 9:21 AM
martinFishHunter
martinFishHunter
USER since 12/31/11

I catch fish here all the time... just don't report much

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9/23/17 @ 7:32 AM
geocat
geocat
USER since 8/12/11

BLK ! ADMIT TO ME YOU'D RATHER BE THERE TRYING INSTEAD OF WORKING???

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9/23/17 @ 1:27 AM
Blkhwkbob
Blkhwkbob
USER since 5/27/09

If you read all the posts from last year, nobody seems to ever catch fish in this harbor. Dead sea.

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9/22/17 @ 11:12 PM
alwaysfishing
alwaysfishing
USER since 5/10/12

May I ask a question??? Okay thank you! If the Browns are jumping to loosen their roe...why are the males jumping also?

Yes if you know what you are looking at you can tell the difference between a male brown and a female brown. Especially at this point of the season.

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9/22/17 @ 8:18 PM
gruvy
gruvy
USER since 5/31/16

The browns are jumping to loosen their roe for spawning.

They will also rub themselves up against rocks or whatever to do the same.

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9/21/17 @ 3:25 PM
CHI-EYE
CHI-EYE
USER since 3/29/11

Deadeye,

    Why do the browns jump like that at this time of year. i never see it throught the rest of the year?


-eye-

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9/21/17 @ 2:15 PM
deadeye2
deadeye2
USER since 11/27/12

@ DaveBuk

The Browns porpoising and jumping in that harbor is enough to drive any fisherman nuts. I am not saying you didn't see Kings but usually its the Browns teasing you and flipping ya the tail.

Edited on 9/21/17 2:16 PM
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