I see from the marina camera there are guys fishing the wall at power plant, what do they fish for there this time of year? . And since Im from out of state , was also wondering do they catch salmon this time of year, mostly I hear them speak of trout catching this time of year? thanks for the info
Port Washington Harbor (Inside Harbor Only), Ozaukee County
Salmon & Trout fishing talk! You are invited to attend our club's, the Great Lakes Sport Fishermen - Ozaukee Chapter, November 1st membership meeting. We meet at the Railroad Station hall, 200 S. Railroad Street in Saukville, WI. Our meetings start at 7:00 p.m. and are open to the public - no charge! The evening's guest speaker will be Port Washington Charter Captain Dennis "DJ" Brede of DJ's Fish Tales Charters and Fat Boys Bait & Tackle. He will be covering Copper line versus Lead Core line tactics and more! We will also draw the winning tickets, $4,500 prize value, for our annual Super Raffle fundraiser, tickets available at the meeting. For more info phone Club President Bob at (262) 644-8481!
Boy u nailed it dead eye. You couldn't be further from right about any of that. Blue collar with no fly fishing experience. I stand by the statement treble hooks with spawn are better for snagging and singles are better for bites.
For fishing skein a treble is better for holding it on the hook. So if that works for you go for it. For CPR a single does less damage. When I fish CPR I actually go barb less or Circle hook or both.
As far as Livefreefishhard is concerned where I come from we mind own business and one gets hurt. Don't let these prima-donna my way is the right way guys intimidate you with their negative BS. Sounds just like a fly guy in a $2000.00 Simms Tuxdedo with their $1000.00 rod & reel. Livefreefishhard if probably just a typical flosser. Just a flosser.
Go2, notice the word need. I don't think there is a need for treble hooks with spawn unless you are looking to snag fish. With the high quality single octopus hooks available at the same price or less than a quality treble you would more than likely get more bites, which translates to more fish caught. So what's the need? I never said it's illegal. Fish with trebles, I guarantee the guys fishing single hooks will catch more fish legally than those using trebles.
When I first started fishing the harbors in the fall with skein or spawn sacs some 25 years ago I used treble hooks with either a small split shot or under a bobber. Back then I'd never heard of or even considered using anything else. They're absolutely legal and hook up's aren't a problem. Having said that, with the increased sharpness/quality and the invention of good smaller sized hooks they're a good choice. To each his own.