Has anyone been getting anything lately?
I hope that I am not bothering or offending anyone by asking.
Thank you for any information!
If it were me i would fish in a town called Port Washington right above Milwaukee at the area called the Coal Dock Park , and fish as close as i could to the warm water discharge in the corner in the current coming out of the power plant.You can park your car right there at the pier ! Browns are most common now, but with the alewife spawn coming soon, anything is possible ! As far as chow the restaurant called Tellos in town is all you need to know for breakfast, lunch, and dinner ! ***** star ! Make sure u bring a long Handled net as its about 8 ft drop at least to the water ! Very nice accomadations ,are at the Holiday Inn Harborview in downtown Port W. Ask for a room viewing the harbor, and u can see all the action from your room ! Feel free to PM me if u have any questions .
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i believe you may be referring to "The Boat House" or "Marina Gardens" for the breakfast. They are both on 7th ave and 50th St. across from each other, just yards from the harbor. "Big Star" is on Washington Road and 14th Ave.
No Salmon this early, but the trout and coho will be there.
I'm guessing you mean the Star Bar Restaurant on the interstate by Mars Cheese Castle. That's been closed for a few years now when they widened the freeway.
Big Star is a drive inn on Washington road a lot closer to the lake.They are open but I know they don't sell eggs or hash browns. But they have great double cheese burgers!!
Question for the group:
Looking to bring my dad to the Port of K the weekend of the 29th-April; I was first introduced to salmon fishing there when I was 9 and caught my first King while snagging....28# and mostly not-too-black...it was still awesome.
His 75th birthday is that weekend so hoping it may be worth it to soak an egg sack or cast small Cleos if there is a fair chance to get one or two.
Any thoughts or recommendations....I am sure our highlight will be hitting the Big Star Restaurant for '2 eggs, over-easy...extra crispy hashbrowns and black coffee, please'..
Hoping this spring is keeping your coolers full!
I never made it out the other day, but did tonight from 6-815ish pm...there were several boats in the harbor, but I didn't witness any action other than a 5min window where the brownies just started jumping for some reason and I swung and missed on 1 on a natural colored sac tickling the bottom under a float. Not saying someone else didn't do better...just not in front of me. Had a full arsenal to try throwing at em', but might be getting sick...just didn't have the gumption in me to experiment. Better days...
If you don't see any fishing reports for the Pike River, look at the fishing reports for the Root River. If the steelhead are in the Root, they should be running up the Pike.
The steelhead should be ripe with eggs and milt right now and they're staging in the lake near the mouth of the rivers. Once they get a taste of river water from a good steady rain, they'll head up the rivers like stampeding cattle.