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Two Rivers/Manitowoc, Lake Michigan

Two Rivers/Manitowoc, Lake Michigan
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7/21/20 @ 8:05 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (1%)
Waxing Crescent
CONDITIONS
Sunny
WATER TEMP
51° - 55° F
AIR TEMP
61° - 65° F
Tyee Teaser
Tyee Teaser
User since 8/18/14

Launched from Seagull marina at 4 am.  Set up in 50 ft with all glow spoons on 6 rods.  Marking lots of bait balls but few fish.  54 to 52 degree surface water.  Trolled until 6 am with no takers.  Switched to flies and coho rigs.  Stayed in 50 to 90 feet because of all the bait balls.  Caught one 5 pound laker at 8 am on dodger/fly green/chrome.  Just not many arcs.

7/20/20 @ 12:30 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE
New Moon
CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny
WATER TEMP
51° - 55° F
AIR TEMP
76° - 80° F
fishrepellant
User since 3/25/10

Was at the landing at 3:30 yesterday morning, but had to wait until after 6 to launch because of the lightning.  Headed SE and set up in 100 FOW.  Trolled in to 55 and marked bait the shallower we went.  Went back out to 90 and then back in when we saw several boats in shallower.  Still nothing, so went back out and eventually caught a few around 120.  No specific colors, but copper had most bites.  Little guy must've been dragging for awhile...:(

7/19/20 @ 12:00 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (5%)
Waning Crescent
CONDITIONS
Sunny
WATER TEMP
66° - 70° F
AIR TEMP
81° - 88° F
Doug g
User since 6/27/16

Caught a 23# king 65 down in 90 ft on a silver hammered Daredevil/silver dodger combo. About 20 minutes later got a 9# Bo on a Purple/Black Pro king spoon barefoot 50 down in 85 ft.  Had one other release on the bottom in 80 ft.  Actually had the bite about 15 seconds after marking one on the bottom!  All hits going south into the wind 2.8-3 mph on the gps.  Had no fish/bait marked out deeper where I started.  Got in the 92-80 ft depth just south of Manty and marked some fish.  No big bait schools though.  Both fish had only one alewife in their stomachs when cleaning.  Good luck to all!

7/17/20 @ 8:42 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (10%)
Waning Crescent
Doug g
User since 6/27/16

Went too deep this morning to start.  Found marks and fish in 80-90 ft south of Manty.  A bit sporty out here but not too bad!

7/14/20 @ 4:19 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (34%)
Waning Crescent
CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny
tangled2
User since 4/1/02

I saw a couple decent catches Monday AM at the Manty cleaning station so tried an AM Tuesday.  It was fishable to begin but pretty sporty already at 7AM when I pulled.  I did a half throttle to a couple miles South of the Dome and set in 90ft staying there to 110ft.. while trolling back to town with the waves.   I decided not to run any boards so did two deep wire dipsies on the insides and two shallower dipsies outside with 2 riggers.  Fishing has been decent this year but I still have to get a rigger fish.  At sunrise a deep wire dipsy went and a 6# King found the net only one other fish a King that I did the plies trick and watched the little guy swim off sometimes they don't.  That was it.  Strong North to South current plus a good chop made it difficult to keep a constant speed.  I noticed at the dock the Lake seems to have gone down just slightly.  My advice don't fish Manty with an overnight South wind.  Spiny water fleas just minimal yet.  Good luck.

7/14/20 @ 10:43 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (34%)
Waning Crescent
CONDITIONS
Sunny
WATER TEMP
71° - 75° F
AIR TEMP
81° - 88° F
kyahkyah
kyahkyah
MEMBER since 4/17/15

Headed out to T-Woc on this past Wednesday and Saturday, but didn’t do very well.  Only one fish to speak of and no other Drivebys or even Downblouses. On Wednesay, I got up at 1:45 am and was setting lines by 4:10 am.  I was going to make a B-Line for 100 feet where 5 days previously I had some pretty good action, including my personal best 22 lbs Kingaling.  I noticed the surface temp dropped, so I started in 75 feet.  I set out one 5 color on the stbd side with the same purple and yellow Moonshine UV that fooled the 22lb er , one 7 color on the port side with a blue UV moonshine and was in the process of setting up the rigger when the dinner bell rang at 4:25 AM on that same pole that had caught the previous 4 fish in a row.  She took off like mongoose avoiding a Cobra strike and nearly spooled me, so I had to abruptly turn and pursue her!.  Every time I put pressure on her, she bolted!  That "Silver Bullet" took my planar board down 3 times and one time even had the planar boar rooster tailing, which was quite comical.  Anywho, I made the mistake of not setting up my net or even putting it in the net fulcrum (Designed for netting by myself).  I eventually tired her out and was able to get the net out and other poles out of the way with one arm.  Needless to say, my right arm was tired!  After 20 plus minutes, finally got that shimmery Goddess in the boat and I am happy to say, she broke my previous record from the week before.  Same length.. 39”, but she weighed 26 lbs.   I thought is was got be a great day, but nothing after that and nadda on Saturday night either. Freaking got Peppe Le Pewed.   I fished from 60 feet to 200 feet both days, but could not find fish!  Not sure it will help, but just in case, here are the temps I found. 


85 Degree Air Temp

Surf - 73, 10 - 68, 20 - 66.6, 30 - 59.6. 40 - 53.8, 50 - 51.5, 60 - 50, 70 - 48

7/14/20 @ 6:47 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (34%)
Waning Crescent
Chris Dewolfe
User since 1/4/17

Spent the weekend in two rivers camping at the seagull marina. Friday night we went out for a short trip and got a 18lb king on a ff combo out in 240 fow. I believe it was a salmon candy blue stud flasher and mercy fly. Saturday morning we washed lures for 6 hours without a single bite. During this time we found colder water north in 80-100 fow. Setup Saturday evening in the colder water and went 6 for 7. Most fish came on leadcore ranging from 2-10 colors on spoons. Dancing anchovie, blue dolphin and a pink/ yellow spoon took most fish. Sunday we didn't venture out because of the wind. 

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7/10/20 @ 10:51 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (71%)
Waning Gibbous
CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny
WATER TEMP
71° - 75° F
AIR TEMP
81° - 88° F
Dreadedditchfisher
User since 4/5/19

Started in 100 feet northeast of TR at 5 pm got the 4th rod set and starboard dipsy went off 53 loc with silver blue glow pro-king.  Nice sized bow about 8 lbs.  Thought it was going to be a good night but after that had one drive by and nothing else. Fished till 9 and put it back on the trailer. Marked a few fish but not a ton. Only one nice school of bait. Went out to 140 and back in to 85. Most fish seemed to be 30-40 down. Just wouldn’t bite tonight. Maybe storms yesterday had em screwed up. Better days coming. 

7/10/20 @ 10:26 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (71%)
Waning Gibbous
andyconda
User since 2/10/16

We went 7/9 last weekend in 130 ftw

7/10/20 @ 4:00 PM
Brutie1
User since 3/7/07

I'm heading up for first trip of season Saturday.  Anyone willing to point me in a general direction and depth from recent trip? Thanks

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