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Fishing The Zone For Salmon Milwaukee #1
Let me explain how to be more productive by following some basic rules and using basic tools. Activity and habits of fish are dictated by many variables. A rather basic approach will put you on fish and keep you there. I will cover how to find the most productive zones by species...

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Planner Boards For Salmon Fishing Milwaukee Part 2
The tool you need and must have for spring salmon fishing is Church Planner boards. There is no simpler and more productive presentation for any time you target fish in the top 25 feet of water. Allow me to explain the how and wow...

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Planner Boards For Salmon Fishing Milwaukee Part 1
The tool you need and must have for spring salmon fishing is Church Planner boards. There is no simpler and more productive presentation for any time you target fish in the top 25 feet of water. Allow me to explain the how and wow of this tool for spring...

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Milwaukee Salmon Fishing Heaven!
Milwaukee fishing is as easy as it gets. We truly have a world-class fishery...

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How Deep Are My Downriggers?
I received this inquiry and thought it might be of value to your readers. I have also attached a photo of the George Schultz family with a nice catch of Salmon...

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Fishing Month by Month on Lake Michigan
A common question I have received is what's biting each month of the Lake Michigan season. The key to success to fishing is to target the most active species. Please allow me to give you and overview month by month July thru October.

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He gets the paddle, I got the shaft
If I forgot to mention this I really enjoy fishing. I can walk a creek or kayak and get the same enjoyment. If I’m canoeing or running my little outboard so be it. I don’t know diddly about largemouth bass or Muskie fishing so I stay with trout, walleyes, and panfish...

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Are Your Trout Looking Through Snells Window?
Trout have some oddities. They typically have the same density as the water surrounding them. This is really convenient for trout survival considering that sound passes through air at roughly 770 mph, but passes through regular pure water at over 3000 mph. You make the wrong noise in a wet trout environment, and you lose...

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David Miller With His 15 Pound 9 Ounce German Brown Trout
The last four days two and three year-old Chinooks have been active with action in 150 to 200 feet. This has been an all spoon bite. Work from 25 to...

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Milwaukee Fishing Lake Michigan Salmon Reports 9/18/2008
The River Hogs are in. Read my report on to get the best tips and presentations for the biggest Chinooks of the season. I do have openings on my schedule to put you on trophy kings give me a call...

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With Deep Lake Trout - Keep Reeling
This is where the rookies make there biggest mistake. They get hit by the “wow” factor and pause just to admire that twisted trout shimming into view and Lakers makers takers out of you by shaking the hook. In that instant of admiration the trout...

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Milwaukee Fishing Lake Michigan Salmon Reports 9/9/2008
West wind is improving fishing. The cold water is moving in and the strong north to south current has been diminished in most areas. The last three days of west wind has brought the temperature break to 65 feet. With currents down presentation is easier. Correct boat speed and presentation has been the answer to catching fish. Key in on 50 degree temperature for success...

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Milwaukee Fishing Lake Michigan Salmon Reports 8/7/2008

Currently the action down is at 45 to 70 feet. We are catching mostly Chinook, Brown and Rainbow Trout. The fish are from the 90 to 225 feet of water. The best action is from east of the Main Gap all the way to Fox Point....

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Milwaukee Fishing Lake Michigan Salmon Reports 7/23/2008

We are catching all five types of Lake Michigan fish Chinook, Coho and Lake, Brown and Rainbow Trout. The fish are from the 50 to 100 feet of water fishing 40 feet and down...

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Milwaukee Fishing Lake Michigan Salmon Reports 6/24/2008

We are catching Chinook, Coho and Lake Trout. The fish are from the 50 to 155 feet of water fishing the top 50 feet. A thermo cline is setting up at about 25 down with temps of 50 and colder below. There is some fish deep however working the top fifty will put more fish in the cooler...

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