Lake Michigan/Metro Area Lakes

Sheboygan shore fishing was slow last week, except for a few
browns off of the south pier. Trollers were catching trout and
salmon last week, mostly in 90 to 180 feet of water.

Port Washington anglers caught a few perch at the pier, and a
few browns in the harbor. Trollers were catching trout and salmon
in 100 to 180 feet of water, with kings and rainbows down 30 to 40
feet, cohos in 40 to 100 feet, or on the bottom for lakers.

Milwaukee perch fishing was slow from shore, and only sporadic
at “the boils” and at the Oak Creek power plant. A few chinooks
were caught off of McKinley pier, but trollers were catching fish
in 55 to 120 feet.

Racine trolling action was improving last week, with the best
action early or late in the day for a mixed bag in 40 to 120 feet
on spoons or flies.

In Kenosha, anglers were catching a few perch and a few more
browns in the harbor. Trollers were catching salmon and trout in 60
to 120 feet.

DNR hotline, (414) 382-7920.

Smokey’s Bait Shop, (262) 691-0360.

Dick Smith’s Bait Shop, Delafield, (262) 646 2218.

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