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Where to go for salmon

9/21/21 @ 8:50 AM
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full of crappie
USER SINCE 3/5/07

Want to book a charter this weekend and want to know what city I should go to for salmon. 

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10/4/21 @ 9:41 AM
JamesD
JamesD
MEMBER SINCE 2/16/04

I keep it simple by fishing the closest port from where I live. Peak times ,the lot has guys from Minnesota and we met some from La Crosse who fish Kewaunee. My smaller boat likes Kewaunee because deeper water is only 3 miles out. They charge 8 bucks to launch.    edit: plenty of good guides to choose from at all the ports mentioned here. Haasch Guide Service out of Algoma used to post  here. Now you can read his articles in Midwest Outdoors magazine.

 

9/24/21 @ 6:11 PM
Granpa
USER SINCE 2/4/05

Don't forget Kewaunee, Algoma, and Sturgeon Bay


9/24/21 @ 8:03 AM
jumpsteady
jumpsteady
MEMBER SINCE 12/25/01

How far do you feel like driving?

Kenosha, Racine, Milwaukee, Port Washington, Sheboygan, Manitowoc, 2Rivers,Green Bay?


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