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    Coho Are Still King Out Of Milwaukee by Jim Hirt (6/14/2017)
    [Milwaukee] The lake is warming and a thermo cline is setting up. The surface action has slowed and the temperature break is at 35 feet to 50 degrees. Rainbow Trout action has been best in the warmer water just above the break in sizes of 4 to 14 pounds.
    Milwaukee, Shallow or Deep Water stacked with Fish! by Jim Hirt (5/16/2017)
    [Milwaukee] It was mostly a spoon bite with a few fish on flies. The pattern hasnít changed. A mixed bag of Coho, Chinooks, Browns and Lake Trout are filling the box with limits possible.
    Milwaukee, Chins in Chins out Fishing! by Jim Hirt (9/13/2016)
    [Milwaukee] Headed out to deep water with the Hutchins family to wrestle a nice mixed bag of Chinook, Rainbows and Lake Trout.
    Milwaukee, Strong September Fishing! by Jim Hirt (9/07/2016)
    [Milwaukee] When the rod went off and the line started to peel off the reel I knew it was a big one. After a long fight Patty Hampson landing this 14 pound 15 ounce Laker and you can tell by the smile she was very proud and happy.
    Milwaukee, Fishing Grand Slam ! by Jim Hirt (8/23/2016)
    [Milwaukee] West wind has been good to us providing a steady bite on all size and types of fish. Howie flies are my go to on the wires and Reaper or Vulcan spoons on the 2,4,6 and 8 color lead core are taking the Rainbow Trout.
    Milwaukee, Fishing Huge Rainbows ! by Jim Hirt (8/15/2016)
    [Milwaukee] I fished mostly out over 100 feet all week. East wind has pushed the warmer water in. Fish 75 to 170 feet. Near shore action on McKinley pier has been slow. Some Browns being caught
    Milwaukee, Fishing Back On Top ! by Jim Hirt (8/03/2016)
    [Milwaukee] I fished mostly out over 70 feet again. East wind has pushed the warmer water in. Fish 70 to 170 feet. Near shore action on McKinley pier has been slow.
    Milwaukee Salmon, Awesome Kings! by Jim Hirt (7/12/2016)
    [Milwaukee] I fished mostly out over 70 feet again. East wind has pushed the warmer water in. Fish 70 to 140 feet. Near shore action on McKinley pier has been very slow with only a few Browns being caught.
    Milwaukee Salmon, Steady Kings! by Jim Hirt (7/05/2016)
    [Milwaukee] I fished mostly out over 70 feet again. East wind has pushed the warmer water in. Fish 70 to 170 feet. Near shore action on McKinley pier has been very slow with only a few Browns being caught.
    Milwaukee Salmon, Twenty Pound Naturals! by Jim Hirt (6/27/2016)
    [Milwaukee] Coho and Chinook Report 6/26/2016! Join us in Milwaukee! Master Evan Krull after a long battle landed this natural 24 pound 12 ounce Chinook.
    Milwaukee, All Silver Salmon! by Jim Hirt (6/20/2016)
    [Milwaukee] Mixed bag all week. Very consistent, lots of fun. Chinooks and Coho have dominated the catch. Chinooks went for Magnum Reaper Peacock spoons in blue/silver.
    Milwaukee, Coho Run Is on! by Jim Hirt (6/14/2016)
    [Milwaukee] I fished mostly out over 90 feet again. East wind has pushed the warmer water in. Fish 90 to 200 feet but anglers near shore are catching some fish.
    Milwaukee, Winning Salmon Fishing ! by Jim Hirt (6/07/2016)
    [Milwaukee] We did not get out over 160 feet of water yesterday. Head north in Whitefish Bay and set lines in 50 feet. Troll north east have a great fishing season.
    Milwaukee, Coho! In or out itís all good! by Jim Hirt (5/26/2016)
    [Milwaukee] Where! Fish are hanging in close to shore or 125 to 200 feet. We did not get out over 200 feet of water yesterday. Head straight out to 125 or fish inside of 50 feet. Have a great fishing season.
    Milwaukee, Shallow water is stacked with Hungry Coho! by Jim Hirt (5/16/2016)
    [Milwaukee] Fish are hanging in close to shore or the break wall. We did not get out over 50 feet of water yesterday. Follow the shoreline working 40 feet of water. Have a great fishing season. Let's go fishing!