Stugeon Bay Walleye, Door County

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8/18/15 @ 1:47 PM
Big Dawg
Big Dawg
USER since 8/6/01
Anyone been fishing at night up there

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8/17/15 @ 3:35 PM
markobd
markobd
MEMBER since 8/1/11
Potowatami (sp?) and Penninsela State Parks both have water access but probably do not have sites this weekend. Wagon trail has sites and a launch near by they are pricy. I have stayed at a campground in Bailey Harbor that was nice and you can take the Ferry to Washington Island and stay at a very nice campground but this it is a hike to walleye water unless you head to whaleback.

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8/17/15 @ 11:58 AM
Kuffdaddy
Kuffdaddy
USER since 3/29/14
Does anyone know of tent camping sites with lake access? Would really like to go this week but only want to camp for a day or two while I fish

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10/16/08 @ 7:04 PM
tightlines
tightlines
USER since 6/17/01
i'll be headed up there this weekend.... anyone been out lately? if so, a few pointers would be greatly appreciated!

thx,

tightlines and cpr

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1/24/08 @ 1:46 PM
lovtofish
lovtofish
USER since 1/7/08
i was out yesterday in little sturgeon and there was around 12" some spots have little more. there was a 3/4 ton ford out there on sat so the ice it pretty good right now

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1/24/08 @ 8:05 AM
black jeep
black jeep
USER since 1/26/07
HAS ANY ONE BEN FISHING STUGEON OR LITTLE STUGEON BAY YET I WOULD LIKE A ICE REPORT THX IN ADVANCE

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4/21/03 @ 12:24 PM
Reel Action
Reel Action
USER since 5/9/02
Sturgeon Bay is ice free and water temps are about 37 degrees. The walleye fishing has started off strong and I am expecting solid walleye fishing well past Memorial Day this season. The windswept shorelines produced the best action for us. Flatlines worked with Huskies, Smithwicks, and Thundersticks working equally well. The most important factor was speed. A slow presentation in 12 to 20 feet of water produced our heaviest fish at 9.4 pounds (only 27 inches) our smallest fish was a 5.4 pound male. Please practice catch-n-release and be careful; with water levels are at least 1 foot lower than last year and many of the areas that were once okay are now too shallow. Pictures are on our site link below: Tight Lines,

Capt. Scott Gutschow www.reelactioncharters.com

http://www.reelactioncharters.com/fishingreports.shtml

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