Archive for August, 2018

Fishing Report – August 21, 2018

Posted on August 21st, 2018 by allanglersguide

Milwaukee Salmon Fishing Report

Milwaukee salmon Fishing continues to be up and down. This has been a challenging year weather wise as we have had to adjust to rapid and intense condition changes. Multiple fronts in a day, strong low and high pressure systems can make finding fish a challenge. However, we have consistently produced successful trips for our guests by being able to make the necessary adjustments. The most consistent bite has been found well offshore in 200+ feet of water. Surprisingly, spoons have been out producing flashers and flies as of late. We have been fishing the top 80ft of the water column with spoons on the lead cores, coppers and steel lines. NBK,Mixed Veggies and the old standard Cracked Ice have been the best. We are still getting a few fish on white flashers paired with Poseidon flies in aqua and greens. Once the water cools back down, the mature king salmon should begin to stage in shallow water. Never a better time to catch the fish of a lifetime!!

Check back soon for next weeks Milwaukee salmon fishing report!

Good luck and tight lines,
Capt. Tim

Trout and Salmon Caught On Lake Michigan - Milwaukee Salmon Fishing Report
brown trout caught on Lake Michigan 8-21-2018
Lake trout caught on Lake Michigan 8-21-2018
Coho Salmon caught on Lake Michigan 8-21-2018
Rainbow Trout caught on Lake Michigan 8-21-2018

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Fishing Report – August 7, 2018

Posted on August 7th, 2018 by allanglersguide

Lake Michigan Fishing Report

Fishing was up and down again this past week. Luckily, we always have Lake Trout as a resource to keep our customer’s arms aching! We have been targeting the lakers in 80-120 feet of water with Luhr Jensen dodgers and spin n glows the most effective baits. Bouncing bottom with downrigger balls and dipsys peaks the trout’s curiosity and induces strikes.

Meat rigs behind 10in spin doctors as well as white or green flashers with Poseidon flies produced salmon when we could locate them. Salmon have been tough to pinpoint where one day they are in 80 feet of water, the next day they are in 275 feet of water. In the next couple of weeks the salmon will start migrating toward the harbors when it will be time to start tempting them with jplugs in shallow water. Now is your absolute best chance to hook into a true trophy.

Tight lines and good luck!
Capt. Tim

lake trout caught on lake michigan - 8-7-2018

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