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Two Rivers/Manitowoc, Lake Michigan

Two Rivers/Manitowoc, Lake Michigan
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8/13/22 @ 5:50 PM
FISHING REPORT
CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny
WATER TEMP
66° - 70° F
tangled2
USER SINCE 4/1/02

Appreciated the brief talk with a private boat Friday AM at the cleaning station who had a monster King and other fish that gave me a starting point for PM.  Quite choppy PM off Manitowoc as I set in 150ft..  I set out a double set of dipsys each side all mags set 3 on the outside and set on 1 on the inside pair plus a pair of riggers.  The outside mags were down maybe 50 feet and never got touched the other 4 rods  took one fish each.  We worked 160ft. to 180ft. for 3 hours and I eventually put our inside 4 rods down 60ft. to 80ft. as that seemed to be holding fish.  I ran 40# Andy on the rigger rods as fleas can't  hold to that thick stuff.  The inside dipsy rods had white/green Bechhold flashers and llb and  double aqua howies and the riggers spoons.  Our first fish was a rare Pink Salmon in Pic on an inside dipsy.  Our largest fish a Steelhead my grandson Ethan fought and it came off a rigger mag bloody nose spoon down 72ft..  We thought King until the netting.  The fish all had adipose fins probably not plants and some bait in their stomachs.  The son kept the boat straight and the kids got a 6 flags soaking on the way in as the Lake never settled.  Good Luck.

8/1/22 @ 7:33 AM
FISHING REPORT
CONDITIONS
Sunny
WATER TEMP
56° - 60° F
AIR TEMP
61° - 65° F
Tyee Teaser
Tyee Teaser
USER SINCE 8/18/14

Late report from Saturday.   4 for 4.  3 kings 8, 10 and 19.  One 8# skinny bow.  Kings on dipseys back 80.  Megatron took one.  Two on Green lighted optiflasher.  All before 6 am.  Bow at 8 am on orange on gold stinger std spoon on 3 color.  2.2 mph. 50 to 80 fow.

7/30/22 @ 6:40 AM
FISHING REPORT
CONDITIONS
Sunny
WATER TEMP
56° - 60° F
AIR TEMP
71° - 75° F
The Orginal KingFisher
USER SINCE 6/21/15

Fished 7/25-7/29. Steady action in 40-75 fow mostly north of town. 6-8 color lead with spoons caught most of the fish. A few on ff/rigger and pumps down 30-50. 1.8-2.0 at the ball seemed to be best. Lots of shakers and enough fleas to warrant frequent line checks.  Good luck! 

7/26/22 @ 3:59 PM
FISHING REPORT
CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny
WATER TEMP
51° - 55° F
AIR TEMP
66° - 70° F
Tyee Teaser
Tyee Teaser
USER SINCE 8/18/14

Out last night 4 to 9 pm.  North of TR in 50 to 70 fow.  55 on surface 50 20 down. Bait and fish on the Hummingbird.   Set up for rainbows early with 5 orange on gold spoons.  5 and 10 pound kings 17 down on riggers.  Then switched over to 5 glow flashers one orange spoon.  15 and 20 pound kings hit right after sundown as a double.  Chinese fire drill for 35 minutes but got both in.  15 on Megatron/aqua fly.  20 on 10 inch white spindoctor/black spots with 30 inch leader to green/yellow atomic glow fly.  Only boat out there.  Plowed through 1-3 foot waves back to Seagull marina.

7/24/22 @ 11:14 PM
FISHING REPORT
CONDITIONS
Sunny
WATER TEMP
46° - 50° F
AIR TEMP
76° - 80° F
#TeamBash
#TeamBash
USER SINCE 1/6/22

Went out Saturday morning with Hooked Charters. Took the wife and my daughters. Got on the Salmon fast. We boated 4 of 4. Changed gears half way through the trip to target lake trout. We boated only 1 of 4, but the one was a TANK!! 22lbs!! There was a lot of guys following our boat. Lots of guys calling our guide. Captain Kurt is the man!! Put us on the fish when others weren’t catching anything. Plus I put a trophy laker under my belt!! Check out Hooked Charters in Two Rivers. 

7/23/22 @ 5:36 PM
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tangled2
USER SINCE 4/1/02

Well, might as well type a report as the storms approach.  I mentioned to my son that if the wind turned South Friday we would not head out it didn't but things were still sporty as we left the Manty Pier Heads about 6:30PM to catch the Friday evening bite.  Steady 3 to 5 footers from the Southeast what I'd call a wave that is between a white cap and a roller fishable but not pleasant.  Coldest surface temps were pier heads with 52-53. I had 6 lines set about 7:15PM in 55ft. and worked out to 75ft.. We netted 2 Salmon and missed one the kid had on a good while before falling off.  It seemed the area to target was 30-40ft. down as all 3 bites were in that range and on spoons.  Talked to some fishermen from Hudson, Wi. who launched off Manitowoc Saturday AM and had a terrific catch of coho and salmon all spoons.  I recall chatting with him last year when I saw his older StarCraft hardtop a boat that is no longer made.  I pulled last evening at 9PM and road the 4 footers back in.  Good luck.

7/22/22 @ 2:38 AM
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Angler management 2
USER SINCE 7/11/17

gbtlg8 all these are very good

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7/20/22 @ 7:45 PM
gbtlg8
gbtlg8
USER SINCE 1/16/04

Taking a few colleagues out on charter trip - several charters that were recommended were already full.  

Anyone have first hand experience with Willie Bee Charters?  Kind of an important gig so trying to do my homework before booking and am looking for help.  Please PM me to share your experience, or if you have recommendation of someone else reputable.  Thank you in advance.

7/19/22 @ 9:54 PM
thinice1
USER SINCE 12/31/08

Has there been any pier action lately off Manitowoc?

7/19/22 @ 3:14 PM
FISHING REPORT
CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny
WATER TEMP
66° - 70° F
AIR TEMP
81° - 88° F
Tyee Teaser
Tyee Teaser
USER SINCE 8/18/14

Late report from a 2 man crew Monday morning.   4 am to 1pm.  Nice conditions with 1 foot waves building to 1-2 by 1 pm. Worked 70 to 160 fow north of TW.  2 for 4 with one king at 5 am in 105' on a 5 color with a white lighted opti flasher and aqua fly.  6 am had a monster hit on a 6 color in 100 fow on an orange on gold spoon and almost spooled me.  Tightened up and broke my 20# mono backer off.  Long wait until 9 am and got a bow on an orange on gold spoon in 80 fow on a 5 color.  At 11 am got a hit, large bow on the dipsey 60 back again on orange on gold spoon but went nuts and got off.  Thought we had them figured out running 4 spoons but left 2 meat rigs running deep because we were marking fish 70 to 120 down.  Nothing.  Then at 12:30 pulling lines a dipsey trailing behind the boat back 70 got a hit by a large bow.  Hit so hard had trouble getting the rod out of the holder even with backing off on the drag.  2 minute fight and gone.  What did we learn?  We were too deep with a 5 color for the bows.    Thought the 67 degree surface temp would push them down.  NOPE.  Should have taken the hint when we saw one jump.  Keep one line near the surface!!!

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