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king jdowg
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9/12/14 2:25 PM CST
gernraly spoons are used this time of year but right now fish are bitting out of aggression because the digestive track shuts down when they spawn so they need stuff to stress them out or too make them think ur putting there eggs in danger my choice would be rapala stick baits that have a loud condense sound such and a ratlin rapala or a rippin rap but storm thunder sticks both in shallow and deep get them there fav color is green and blue right now

Perch Pro
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9/11/14 4:33 PM CST
In town for work and was just wondering what's the normal bait used ? Spawn sacs, jigs, stick baits or ? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

king jdowg
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9/10/14 10:39 AM CST
salmon are in full swing heard theirs even some at the dam but seen them jumping all over the river and have got 2 of them already thers more in the harbor yet tho your best bet would be 8th street bridge to south pier

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BoSniAnFly
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9/9/14 9:51 PM CST
I am thinking of driving down to sheboygan this weekend from Minnesota wondering if anyone got any info on the salmon run at Sheboygan river any info would help Thank You.

king jdowg
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9/6/14 10:31 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 66° - 70° F
Went 1 for 3 in front of south pier parlor

muskymstr62
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8/26/14 11:11 AM CST
That was nice to see the video of the Browns. I thought it was a little early for them to be in the river. I always thought around the middle to the end of September.

tishfurd
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8/25/14 6:22 PM CST
Musky. Id say the survivability of the fish depends on the river, I was at kewaunee this weekend saw plenty of healthy browns and some salmon , heres my video http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1CztrKthfnY

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8/25/14 1:08 PM CST
I stopped by the fish hatchery in Kewaunee and there were two Salmon in there. For what that is worth......

cabbage head
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8/25/14 8:56 AM CST
Musky......I mentioned on another thread that I've seen similar instances in years past ; even perfect chrome fish floating dead in early september . I always assumed that for some reason a few fish go way too early , but cant handle the 60 degree water ....so they perish .

someone on another thread even reported fish making redds already....figure that .

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8/25/14 8:21 AM CST
I was up behind Nemshoff by the old train bridge just bumming around. I happen to notice a large fish on top of the water. It looked like it was dying it would swim and then float back to the top. I went down to the shore line, it was a 10 to 12 pound Brown trout. I don't know if someone had hooked it and let it go or if it was dying from something else.

jordan vanakkeren
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8/15/14 12:26 PM CST
Not alot of active fish this year in sheboygan river only went 3 times and got dinks about 6 in

militaryfisherwoman
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8/6/14 4:40 PM CST
I am moving out to this area in early 2015. Anyone tell me good crappie or walleye spots from shore? This could be lake or river. Right now I live 2 blocks from Lake Winnebago and the river is in town with a bunch of access points. Hoping for similar shore fishing areas in my soon to be new home.

worksux1
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8/6/14 1:38 PM CST
A couple weeks away from awesome crappie fishing on the Sheboygan River. Slabs usually start hitting at the mouth of Lake Michigan near the Blue Harbor Resort. Caught large 12-14 inch fish last year. Best kept crappie hotspot!!

WalleyeSmacker
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7/30/14 10:37 AM CST
what town did u catch the bass and walleye in. cuz im thinking about fishing out by franklin

brewcity
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7/23/14 10:04 AM CST
I am new to the area and was wondering if anybody could provide some advice on places to fish the river. Last night I went to Esslingen Park but found that I could not get very far due to deeper waters.

Right now I am looking to do some smallie fishing, but in the future would like to learn the trout/salmon patterns.

Thanks,

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