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Two Rivers/Manitowoc, Lake Michigan

Two Rivers/Manitowoc, Lake Michigan
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6/21/20 @ 2:27 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE
New Moon
CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny
WATER TEMP
56° - 60° F
AIR TEMP
61° - 65° F
Outdoor Fanatic
Outdoor Fanatic
User since 10/5/04

Fished the AM on 6-21-2020 out of TR .


Fished between 90-240. The only bait fish we marked were between 75-50 FOW

We boated a laker that came on a dipsey LBB about 20 feet down in 175FOW, followed by a Steelhead.


We had about 6 other releases, but nothing stuck, just drive-bys it seemed.


With the west wind, there are cooler pockets of water, and I think we marked a thermocline out there, but there were no fish around it.


I did mark lots of fish right tight on the bottom. It appeared, they fish we marked were 20' down or on the bottom.


Good Luck washing lures.

6/19/20 @ 6:39 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (3%)
Waning Crescent
CONDITIONS
Sunny
WATER TEMP
40° - 45° F
AIR TEMP
66° - 70° F
Honkerbonker66
User since 1/19/15

Went out of Two Rivers on 06-18-2020 at 4:00 AM and set up in 70 fow and went out to 200 fow. Fished until 11:00 AM going 0 for 0. Tried every color spoon and flasher/flies, every depth and speed variations and we just could not find them. The other boats at the landing seemed to have similar outcomes. 

6/17/20 @ 12:31 PM
Houghtonpoint
User since 6/17/20

Lotta good reports on here. I'm looking for a fishing partner as I usually fish alone. I have a safe walleye boat with all gear. Looking for an evening partner. Usually fish algoma, kewaunee,many. Live in green bay. Send a message. Really want to get out and run 6 lines. 

6/16/20 @ 5:21 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (20%)
Waning Crescent
CONDITIONS
Sunny
tangled2
User since 4/1/02

Fishing was good for us out of Manty Tuesday AM perfect conditions. "Too Perfect" I thought as I had 9 lines set in 110ft. about sunrise.  We worked out to 280ft. and then back to 250 before pulling about 8:30AM.  Just enough action along the way to keep you on your toes.  We wanted an early King didn't happen until 7:30AM when a 3 color took a nicer Chinook.  No hits deeper than 30ft. down all spoons netting 2 bows, 1 king and a laker for my smoker.  The grandkid had winter gear in pic was chilly to begin.  Saw the beginnings of that cottonwood menace but it didn't affect the lines today.  Only the Laker was missing it's adipose and I only saw forage in one fish.  Calm this AM but was white capping pretty good at 1:30PM when I went back to clean the fish. Good luck.

6/16/20 @ 4:49 PM
eyeslayer2011
eyeslayer2011
User since 2/21/11

Yeah its a river rat bow

6/16/20 @ 4:46 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (20%)
Waning Crescent
Gutey
Gutey
User since 5/15/10

Since I only get out once every week or two, I truly appreciate the reports posted here. Here’s how today went, hope it helps someone else.

Left Two Rivers at 7 a.m. and headed ESE to 90’. Started there and went east. Picked up a bow on a dipsey set down about 30’, Super Slim NBK spoon in130’. Second bow in 180’ on a 3 color, SS Mixed Veggies spoon. Went as far as 220, turned and headed back west. No other hits. 52-54 surface, no bait or fish marks all morning.

Question: the one fish was very skinny and the fillet was off color. Anyone ever see this before?

6/15/20 @ 10:44 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (28%)
Waning Crescent
Big Santa
User since 7/24/02

That's a great stringer of fish, Bakers Dozen.  Thanks for the report.

Santa and his Slacker crew departed the dock ~ 10:00 AM Sunday 6/14, headed north & deep.  Friday 6/5 21# and 25# kings jumped in our cooler fishing 350 to 400, with no other information, headed back to that same water.  Looks like we over-shot the kings.  Had good action in 350-400, 8 nice bows and one fat Laker in the box.  One bow on a 70' rigger spoon, all other fish on orange spoons on 2, 4, 5 colors of lead core.  Did not find the kings, thought about heading in shallower but never pulled the trigger; we stayed in the 300 to 400 depths until we pulled lines ~ 5:00 PM.

It's go-time.

6/15/20 @ 10:14 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (28%)
Waning Crescent
Bakers Dozen
Bakers Dozen
User since 6/18/01

Ok, quick report from the weekend. Went out Saturday morning to a very unexpected rough lake. We fished in 4-5 foot waves and it made the fishing tough. We did manage to put 3 in the box while losing a few more. 2 rainbows came in on the same 3 color leadcore set up with the double orange crush Proking spoon. We also took a lake trout on a green scum line Proking flasher the fourplay Black Market Fly on a downrigger 100’ down. Our fish came in 120-135 feet of water. 

Sunday I woke up with the feeling we were going to have a good day. The weather was better, the waves were chopping at a foot or so, and since the fish didn’t chew the day before, I figured they had to be hungry. I set up in 75fow and trolled east. We got our first double on just as we finished getting lines in. Both the 250 and 300 coppers took off screaming with monster kings. Sad to say we lost one within 2’ of our net but the 2nd came in and it was a dog. I made the turn south at that depth.....135 and that’s where we fished the remainder of the morning. Proking spoons and flashers, Warrior spoons, and Black Market Flies took all of our fish. Bright spoons, chrome based flashers and “fourplay”, “climax” and “threesome” Black Market flies were our best today. We ended up with 14 for our morning. 

Our Sunday evening trip saw us heading right back to 135 fow and it paid off. As we set up our dipsey took off but we missed him. That’s when the fun began. The same lures from the morning, especially the Black Market Flies started putting the hammer on em. Big kings were the item of the day and we had a blast. We ended a short evening trip with 12 and we couldn’t have been happier. Many memories and great adventures were had by all.

6/15/20 @ 8:27 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (28%)
Waning Crescent
CONDITIONS
Sunny
WATER TEMP
46° - 50° F
AIR TEMP
61° - 65° F
SalmonRecon
SalmonRecon
User since 7/8/17

Went out of TR yesterday morning from 7am-12pm. Headed northeast of town and set up in 180 fow trolling east. Nothing happened for the first two hours until we hit 280 fow and then hooked up on a 21lb king, green spoon down 50 on the rigger. Turned around and landed another 8lb king on a dipsy down 40 with a spoon. Continued to troll back in and landed a 10lb laker (5 color, orange spoon) and another 14lb king (dipsy down 30 ft, FF) before we hit 180 fow and picked up. Ended 4 for 4, thought we would find more bows but leadcores were dead. Water temp was ~50 degrees in 200 fow, ~47 degrees out near 300 fow.

6/15/20 @ 6:49 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (28%)
Waning Crescent
fireman7777
fireman7777
User since 7/29/16

the Kings are huge this year , one 25lb and two at 27 lb , and one baby salmon.   And I don’t know what broke my line twice.  One has my Green flasher fly with a little spinning blade on it and the other has my moon shine lure in its mouth.  Good luck to all, and thanks for all the advice from everyone here.  

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