The Great Fishing continues here in Sheboygan

2012-06-26 08:29:22
Sheboygan, Wisconsin - Freshwater Fishing Report
Lake Michigan

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 here in Sheboygan. Limit catches are now being caught on almost a daily basis. Deeper downriggers and divers have been taking the majority of our salmon and lake trout. Trolling old school rattlesnakes and wingbats behind planner boards near the surface are producing the rainbows and cohos. This is the best start to any fishing season I've ever experienced here in Sheboygan. I posted several videos of some of this season's fast paced fishing action on my website at:

http://www.sheboyganfishingreports.com/video.html

Fish Species: chinook salmon, coho salmon, lake trout, rainbow trout
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limit catch of salmon & trout
limit catch of salmon & trout

big salmon now being caught
big salmon now being caught

About The Author: Captain James Schlegel

Company: Fish Sheboygan

Area Reporting: Lake Michigan Sheboygan Wisconsin

Bio: Captain James Schlegel has been a Great Lakes licensed guide since 1984, and has fished out of the port of Sheboygan the entire time. Captain Schlegel has been Sheboygan's premier guide for the past several years, leading all area guides in both fishing trips and fish harvest. Captain Schlegel is an active member of the Sheboygan Area Great Lakes Sport Fisherman Club and currently serves as vice president, newsletter editor, and organizes several club events. He is a member of the Sheboygan Area Chamber of Commerce and the City of Sheboygan's tourism advisory committee. He is also the only recognized "Picked-By-You" top rated fishing guide out of the port of Sheboygan.

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