The boat launches on April 21st. We will be targeting brown trout until the tasty coho salmon show up. You do not want to miss out on this action packed fishing! Weekend trips are quickly starting to fill up so don’t hesitate to contact us to set up your adventure. 414-531-3812
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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!!
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Late report from the opener. Went out for a soggy night of fishing with fellow Captain Tim and spent most of the night trolling crankbaits in shallow water. Managed several walleye, no real size but still good to see, several pike, a couple lm bass and of course a bunch of rock bass. Water was still pretty cold but should get better as it warms up.
Out from 5:30-11:30. Ended up with 6 browns, a coho, a fat laker and the first king of the year. Stayed in shallow water (30-50fow) for the day with glow watermelon from moonshine spoons the most consistent producer off a rigger. Just needed a steelie for the Grand Slam! Was a great time!
Made it out this morning greeted by beautiful conditions with light SW winds and sunny skies. That lasted all of 15 minutes until a front moved in bringing strong N-NE winds, clouds and thick fog. We ended up 7-11 in tough conditions with 6 browns and 1 coho. Stinger UV spoons were the most productive flat lined with a 2 oz snap weight. Riggers only caught 1, boards with 2 and 3 color lead only caught 1.
In early April we started fishing for Brown Trout in the Milwaukee Harbor as well as shallow water in the main lake. Fishing has been nothing short of spectacular. Running small Moonshine glow spoons as well as standard sized UV Stinger spoons have been on fire. We’ve only taken a handful of fish on crankbaits run on planer boards which is odd, but we’ll keep giving them what they want. There have been several nice early King Salmon caught by anglers Brown Trout fishing which is great to see. We haven’t been lucky enough to hook up with any kings as of yet. The frisky Coho Salmon will show up fairly soon as well. In the next couple of weeks, my time will be split between the Brown fishing as well as walleye fishing on Winnebago.
We spent a couple days in March fishing the Wisconsin River in the Dells. We were able to find some legal fish as well as a couple slot fish and of course a whole bunch of sub-legal eyes to keep the action steady. We used 1/4oz VMC jigs in brown and black as well as firetiger tipped with a minnow. Casting to current seams was the most effective presentation. A slow presentation was the key.