Wednesday, February 1st, 2023
Wednesday, February 1st, 2023

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Lake Michigan/Metro Area Lakes

In Sheboygan, shore fishing has been slow, but trollers have
been catching a few chinooks and lake trout on spoons in 50 to 80
feet.

Shore fishing has been slow in Port Washington. Trollers have
reported a mixed bag of chinooks, lake trout, and rainbows in 80 to
120 feet of water and hitting spoons and flasher and fly
combinations.

In Milwaukee, shore fishing has been slow, although a few
anglers have reported chinooks taken off McKinley pier after
midnight. Trollers have been catching chinooks and a few cohos in
90 to 140 feet of water.

Trollers out of Racine have been catching mostly cohos, along
with a few kings, in 50 to 100 feet of water. Cohos have been taken
in the top 20 feet of water on orange dodgers or flashers with
flies in aqua, green and gold, or blue and silver. Chinooks have
been taken closer to the bottom on spoons.

In Kenosha, shore fishing remains slow, but trollers have been
catching fish just off the breakwalls in front of the piers. Limits
of cohos have been taken, with most fish caught in 50 to 80 feet of
water. Orange dodgers and green flies have worked well.

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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