Sheboygan Piers, Sheboygan County

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9/14/17 @ 12:51 AM
FISHING REPORT
TigerMiller13
TigerMiller13
USER since 7/23/13

MOON PHASE (34%)
Waning Crescent

CONDITIONS
Night Time

AIR TEMP
61° - 65° F

WATER TEMP
56° - 60° F

Fished 09/12-13 from 8pm until 5 am. Few bites on spawn sacks for the first few hours then nothing between 12 and 3:30. Bites started again around 3:45 and had a nice King on at 4am but he snapped my brother in laws line. Will be bringing my crew out again next tuesday.. Tight lines brothers and sisters...

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9/2/17 @ 8:21 AM
FISHING REPORT
Teamonefishin
Teamonefishin
USER since 11/11/16

MOON PHASE (87%)
Waxing Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Night Time

AIR TEMP
51° - 55° F

Fished fron 930 pn to 200 am in south pier and river, no hits for us, saw one 20 lb king taken on a shinner. The fish was a male and had the kype, with well pronounced canines, fish was gold, not quite yet dark, other than that, saw no real sign of fish, hit port wash after, with no success.

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8/20/17 @ 1:23 AM
Toothyflyguy22
Toothyflyguy22
USER since 3/4/17
For sure not a pink, first glance I said brown but then I looked and it's a steelhead that sat in the water and lost its color. As for line, 10 lb braid 20 lb leader with braid you will cast at least 30% farther, and with no stretch you feel everything and the hooks drive them self home...tie the right knots and snug them up with fl carbon....peoples number one mistake is pulling the knot so tight it's cut half way from the get go.....don't forget to moisten it haha 

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8/19/17 @ 2:03 PM
grinner stew
grinner stew
USER since 12/25/14

It's a pink salmon caught 1 last week. 

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8/19/17 @ 12:05 PM
Bigmil
Bigmil
USER since 10/28/15

Youd be much better off running 15 or 20lb powerpro with a 15lb flouro leader.

Edited on 8/19/17 12:06 PM
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8/19/17 @ 11:57 AM
shoreline fisherman
shoreline fisherman
USER since 4/26/17

im looking for a little advice i was running 20pd mono with a 20pd fluorocarbon leader and was told thats too heavy so now im running 15pd mono with a 14pd fluorocarbon leader but im thinking thats too light any advice would be greatly appreciated thanks

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8/19/17 @ 8:43 AM
TJPike
TJPike
MEMBER since 9/14/09

Thats a easy ID. Its 100% Rainbow.

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8/19/17 @ 6:59 AM
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YaHeyDer
YaHeyDer
USER since 8/18/17

MOON PHASE (6%)
Waning Crescent

Yea I was arguing that it was a rainbow but someone convinced me it was a coho...

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8/19/17 @ 3:54 AM
HuntSleepHunt
HuntSleepHunt
USER since 10/17/16

There's something odd looking about that fish.  My initial thought was actually a brown trout.

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8/18/17 @ 10:39 PM
noneotherthanbob
noneotherthanbob
USER since 9/7/05

That's a Rainbow...

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