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Two Rivers/Manitowoc, Lake Michigan

Two Rivers/Manitowoc, Lake Michigan
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8/14/19 @ 1:13 PM
little nicky
User since 9/2/15

can anyone give me info on where to start setting up. was only out once about a month ago. am taking 4 veterans out Saturday and would like to at least know where to start. any other info is a bonus. thanx in advance. am going out of two rivers.

8/11/19 @ 5:46 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (87%)
Waxing Gibbous
Big Santa
User since 7/24/02

Mrs. Clause is not a big fan of Big Pond trolling, but coaxed her into joining Kid Dan and Santa on a gorgeous Friday night for a promised short trip.  We left the Manty dock ~ 5:15.  Three boats trolling the gap area, which was interesting but not enough to suck me in.  Steamed south ~ 4 miles and checked the water in 50 and then 65.  Felt the tingle to set up in 90, so that is where set up.  Had three rods in and setting the fourth when the 3 color orange spoon got slammed.  Kid Dan grabbed it and off it went.  With 800 feet out on the line counter, Santa took the rod to get things going in the right direction.  A long hard battle, it was still pretty green when it came near the boat.  A stellar net job as it was diving under the outboard, a 22 pound stocked male.  Excitement was high!  After netting the fish we had one rod in the water and were probably a mile from where it bit.  Got our lines out and continued to work between 60 and 90 feet of water about a little south of town.  Put a 10 pound natural male in the box (5 color agent orange), had a few swing & misses.  LOTS of small salmon, from 6 to 10 inches.  Headed back to port as the sun set with smiles on our faces.

Went back to the same area Saturday afternoon with The Godfather on board.  Lines were set by 3:00 PM, we worked 55 to 95 hard until after the sun set.  One 10 pound king to show for our efforts (mag NBK on 200 copper), lost another similar fish on the 200 copper, had a few swings & misses, and again a LOT of small kings to release.  Were a little disappointed we couldn't coax a big girl into biting, but it was a glorious evening on the water.

Go get 'em.

8/10/19 @ 9:56 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (79%)
Waxing Gibbous
CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny
WATER TEMP
61° - 65° F
AIR TEMP
71° - 75° F
Fishlaw007
User since 12/30/14

Glad tinydancer had luck Fri nt.  I got nuthin.  Fished 40-70 fow off the point lighthouse and off the southern nuke.  Easily marked 500+ predators and tens of thousands of bait fish--some bait balls were 25' high and easily as wide.  Fished 6-9:30 without a hit.  Glow white flasher with LBB fly off rigger, different glow white flasher w green fly off rigger, later ran glow spoon off rigger; off 50' and 100' coppers I ran small spoons in NBK, glow orange easter egg, glow wonder bread, mag spoons in wonderbread, bloody nose, and some others, along with brads plug, even tried a high line with firetiger rebel fastrac.  Not a single hit. Fish were above, below and even with the rigger.  Some fish as shallow as 10' under the boat.   A fair number of fish spooked downwards when I went over them. Speeds 2.4-2.9, traveled all points of the compass.  

8/10/19 @ 12:00 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (79%)
Waxing Gibbous
Tiny-dancer
MEMBER since 7/29/18

Slow all week. 8/9 evening was productive inside of 100 fow . Biting flies were very plentiful, and chased us off . 8/10 AM was very productive when the sun came up the flies returned and we went in. 

8/9/19 @ 11:35 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (71%)
Waxing Gibbous
Adamapl
User since 10/21/09

Fished 55 to 75 tonight. 6 for 11. 2 on meat, 2 on flasher fly 2 on spoons. Talked with a few guys after that also did about the same. Big santa being one of those folks. Not many people out tonight. 



8/8/19 @ 4:39 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (61%)
Waxing Gibbous
johnsof
User since 2/16/18

Fished Wednesday and Thursday mornings...caught two small cohos... saw very few marks and no bait on Wedneaday fishing out to 210 feet; fished much shallower on Thursday and found a lot of bait and fish but in much shallower water, mostly from 45 to 60 feet in depth with the  air balls from 20-40 feet down. Very slow, most boats with one or maybe two fish, biggest I heard was a 29lb king...

8/5/19 @ 7:09 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (28%)
Waxing Crescent
CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny
WATER TEMP
66° - 70° F
AIR TEMP
66° - 70° F
kermy
User since 5/8/11

Fished Manitowoc 4:30 am to 11:00 am. 250 fow. 1 laker 1 rainbow. Did not mark many fish. Both on spoons top 30 ft. Orange/silver Orange/chartruese

8/4/19 @ 8:08 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (18%)
Waxing Crescent
CONDITIONS
Sunny
WATER TEMP
61° - 65° F
AIR TEMP
76° - 80° F
Tyee Teaser
Tyee Teaser
User since 8/18/14

5 am till 1 pm.  1 for 3.

Washed spoons from 80 to 300 most of the morning.   4 fish marked and zero bait balls.  Dead sea.

Moved in shallow and found numerous bait balls and marked over 100 fish.  40 to 60 FOW.  North of Two Rivers up toward light house.  1 for 3 from 11am to 2 pm.  Threw everything at them spoons. Flys, coho rigs.  Very few takers.  Only one small king for our efforts but the fish and bait are there!!!


8/4/19 @ 8:47 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (18%)
Waxing Crescent
Big Santa
User since 7/24/02

Saturday 8/3 AM.  No useful information, other than what not to do.

Had a first time Big Pond fisher on board, really wanted to get into a few.  Left the Manty dock ~ 4:45 AM with not much of a clue on where I was going to find a few.  Pondered south and shallow, decided to turn left and fish between the cities so I could hit a broader depth of water quicker while trolling.  As we were running out, there was a pretty good pod of boats working about 70 FOW a little south of Manty.  Ran out to 140 and set up, aiming west.  In to about 100 when all lines set, decided to turn back out.  Short story is we covered a lot of water from 100 out to almost 300, pulling lines around 11:30 AM.  One 6 pound rainbow that hit a 5 color orange/black Pro King spoon, two drive-buys on high orange spoons, one good rip on a 250 copper magnum green Flounder Pounder.  That was it.

Can always count on the good curds at Shooters   

8/3/19 @ 10:21 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (10%)
Waxing Crescent
CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny
WATER TEMP
61° - 65° F
AIR TEMP
66° - 70° F
team phillips
User since 2/12/14

Fished 4am till 10am today 1 for 1. Planned on dropping in around 125fow this morning but good Mark's stopped us at 75 fow. Threw the mixed veggy out on a 2 color first. Before 2nd line was set a 20# King hit the veggies! Then not another bump in that area. Moved out and fished 130 to 240 the rest of the day. Washed every lure. 

Fished tonight shallow after the storm rolled by to the west. 3 for 3 with two Kings and a last minute Bow. Fished 75 to 110. 1st King on a dodger/fly 40 down. The last two came on 3 color lead core orange/yellow spoon. 

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