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Sheboygan Fishing Reports


2017-05-11
3:42 AM

Great start to season here in Sheboygan WI - A great start to the season here in Sheboygan. We fished right outside the pier heads to the filtration plant in 30 to 40 foot of water. Water was cloudy due to the rains earlier this week and in the upper 40's for temperature. We caught most of our more...
Capt. James Schlegel - Sheboygan


2014-10-16
8:24 AM

Late Season Salmon Fishing here in Sheboygan WI - We had some good luck fishing offshore the past few weeks in 150 to 250 feet of water. We caught a number of kings, coho, rainbow trout and lake trout. The rainbows and lake trout were taken on a variety of spoons trolled behind planner boards. The k more...
Capt. James Schlegel - Sheboygan


2014-05-22
8:37 PM

Fish Finally starting to bite. - With the cold winter, and cold spring with a lack of sunshine Lake Michigan water temperatures were below normal. The warmer days this week have started a good bite on Coho Salmon, Brown and Lake trout. 75 to 200 feet of water have been best with fla more...
Capt. Steven Bignell - Sheboygan


2014-04-29
8:28 AM

Great Start to 2014 Fishing Season on Lake Michigan - The weekend may have been cold & wet but the fish didn't seem to mind. Fished just out of the harbor and to the south in 20 feet of water all morning long. Caught 13 trout this Sunday morning using a variety of spoons and stick baits. Every rod on th more...
Capt. James Schlegel - Sheboygan


2013-10-05
5:21 PM

Great Salmon Fishing Continues Here in Sheboygan - Fished the past few days right outside the Sheboygan harbor. We've been consistently catching all the Great Lakes species in the colder water here in Sheboygan. Double digit catches are now being caught on almost a daily basis. A variety of spoons an more...
Capt. James Schlegel - Sheboygan


2013-06-20
10:15 AM

King Salmon Rise again. - After a long winter and an extended cold spring with extremely cold water temperatures. The Great Lake of Lake Michigan has finally started to warm up and release the kings from their deep water home in search of large schools of smelt and alewives. more...
Capt. Steven Bignell - Sheboygan


2013-05-18
11:57 AM

Spring King Salmon Fishing - With the weather warming up the fishing action on Lake Michigan, Port of Sheboygan WI. is starting to pick up. Brown trout fishing has been exceptional in the shallows using smaller stinger spoons and number 7 rapalas. King Salmon are starting to sho more...
Capt. Steven Bignell - Sheboygan


2012-09-04
11:04 AM

Fall Salmon Run has Started - Large King Salmon are now being caught in front of the Sheboygan Harbor. Call Captain Steven for more information. 800-793-5219 more...
Capt. Steven Bignell - Sheboygan


2012-06-26
8:22 AM

The Great Salmon Fishing continues here in Sheboygan - The great fishing here in Sheboygan continues. Fished the past few days near the Hetty Taylor ship wreck south of town in 90 to 120 feet of water. We've been consistently catching all the Great Lakes species except the brown trout in the colder water more...
Capt. James Schlegel - Sheboygan


2012-06-14
9:00 AM

Lake Michigan King Salmon Fishing. - Terific King Salmon is the word. Kings are being caught in 120 fow north of the port of Sheboygan on flasher fly combinations using downriggers, wire divers, and copper lines. Call Captain Steven-John at AA Phoenix charters for more info, or to book more...
Capt. Steven Bignell - Sheboygan

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