9/21/14 @ 6:29 PM
If anyone was out today (Sept 21), or fishing tomorrow and has water temps (how far down 50 deg is) I would appreciate a bit of info. I do not have a depth raider and rely on instinct and the info I glean from posts. Not many getting out now, so less info out there. I was previously doing well on steel about 25 feet down in 100+ fow. Just wondering if this is still the case after all the wind. Going Tuesday out of Milwaukee. Again thanks! Jimmy
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9/23/14 @ 11:09 PM
Svitreum Everyday I have gone out I average at least one fish! I was by the condos in the harbor and seen a couple of big browns playing around so I pulled out my pearl tube jig for the heck of it and teased them a bit and bam me and my buddy watched it hit it! Such a beautiful fish just had to CPR it!
9/23/14 @ 8:52 PM
Opted for Racine instead of Milwaukee as a passenger instead of "the navigator". We fished spots that had previously produced and came away with 3 very small fish (kings/brown). 53 on top and assuming similar temps throughout upper 25 feet. We marked very few large hooks and scarce bait. I have not shore fished for years and am wondering if the run this year will happen at all. I guess I am used to 5-10 years ago when a limit of kings for 2 guys took about 2 hours. Spoiled. A friend told me that there is no water in the weir in Racine and very few fish in the river. 12 years ago I caught 38 kings in 8 hours on the Root. Doubt we will ever see that again. Guess you are doing better than me Lonnie. I would love to catch some coho.
9/23/14 @ 9:00 AM
Water in Sturgeon Bay off shore in 180 FOW. 52 degrees suface and held pretty steady down to 50 FOW. Was 50 degrees between 50 and 75 FOW. I think the lake is still plenty warm to hold fish off shore, but the fishing has certainly been slower.