we fish the kewaunee river off of footbridge cty c. and cty e.
ive got browns rainbows northerns in all places.fish are mostly 5-20 lbs so you need heavy line but the lighter the line the better.
Fished out of Algoma on Fri Sept 29th got out to 110 marked fish seas were too sporty to be out so went back in and trolled the harbor no action. Pulled boat went up to Forestville water to low to hold fish. went back down stream to Belnik Heritage Park casted off the fishing dock and had two hooked up in 30 min. one was black one was fresh, both fish shook the hook. Sat great day to be out went 3 for 6 2 steel and one shaker king I released. Thermo was down to 100 feet marked lots of fish lost some big ones anywhere from 160 to 400 fow spooons and flasher flies.
Last weekend Sat and Sun 9/23-9/24 Sat am had good seas 2 feet and less marked fish in 150-170 down 50-to 70 feet. Had consistent action and was able to go 5 for 5 4 were 2yr Kings and one 4 year old Coho loaded with eggs. All came on spoons dippsy and downrigger. Pm catch and release went 3 for 3 two and one three year old Kings. Sunday 1 for 4 one was a 10lb Steelhead. Sunday pm skunked. Some boats did well in 100 feet of water good water temp 55 to 50 degrees from 50 feet down to 100 feet down so a big column of prime water temp
Fished Wed-Sat. Fishing was pretty fair overall. 125-200 FOW.wind and fog was a problem so we missed a couple outings. 2/3 yr olds on the main lake. 4yr olds in closer. You can troll one line each in the harbor, so if thats your plan run spoons/crankbaits off boards even a 3 color will work in the harbor.
Hello, I am looking for a little help crossing something off my bucket list. I am looking to head over in the next 2 weeks to try some shore fishing in algoma and or kewaunee. I have been in a boat out of algoma and have caught a few fish, but I want to try shore fishing. I will be driving over from 2 1/2 hours away and would like to catch something. I don't care if it's a 2# Brown or a 30# king, I'm not picky. If anyone is willing to help me with a little advise it would be greatly appreciated. Don't need to know your hotspot, just the general area and day that would give me a chance to catch something. Thanks.
A buddy and I fished Kewaunee Sunday aft. Water temp was 56 on surface finally. Didn't help me much though. We still didn't catch anything. We did lose a fish on a J plug behind a dipsy. Marked a lot of fish and bait fish in the 70-80 range. Trolled out to 225 and back into 50 feet. Nice day on the water despite lack of action.