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    Milwaukee Fishing, Master the Kings ! by Jim Hirt (8/28/2018)
    [Milwaukee] Fish are in the colder water out over 80 feet. We fished north and south in 80 to 120 feet. We did not get out over 120 feet of water yesterday. Have a great fishing season
    Milwaukee Fishing, On The Bottom ! by Jim Hirt (8/09/2018)
    [Milwaukee] Fish are in the colder water out over 80 feet. We fished north and south in 80 to 150 feet. We did not get out over 120 feet of water yesterday. Have a great fishing season. Let's go fishing!
    Milwaukee Fishing, Pounding Out Some Fish ! by Jim Hirt (7/30/2018)
    [Milwaukee] The pattern for me yesterday was deeper presentation on 300 copper or downriggers 100 down to the bottom. A mixed bag of Coho, Chinook and Lake Trout made up the catch.
    Milwaukee Fishing, King are On, Right On! by Jim Hirt (7/09/2018)
    [Milwaukee] It was mostly a Reaper Magnum Spoon bite the last several days. with a few fish on white 8 inch flasher and Howie flies. The pattern for me yesterday was deeper presentation on 300 copper or downriggers 100 down
    Milwaukee Fishing, Deeper Water Is Better! by Jim Hirt (6/26/2018)
    [Milwaukee] Fish are in the colder water out over 150 feet. We fished east west out to 190 feet. We did not get out over 190 feet of water yesterday.
    Milwaukee Fishing, Whitefish Bay is the Place for Rainbows! by Jim Hirt (6/19/2018)
    [Milwaukee] The lake is warming and a thermocline is setting up. The surface action has slowed and the temperature break is at 30 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.
    Chinooks and Coho on the Golden Diablo by Jim Hirt (6/13/2018)
    [Milwaukee] The small Reaper Peacock and Fish n Chip has been hot on the lead cores. Six inch flashers or dodgers with green or blue Howie peanut flies must be part of your presentation for Coho. A hot presentation for us was a size O orange dodger with a 22 inch lead to a medium size blue fly
    Milwaukee, Pounding Coho On Flies! by Jim Hirt (6/06/2018)
    [Milwaukee] Fish are in the colder water out over 80 feet. We fished east west out to 160 feet with steady action all day. We did not get out over 160 feet of water yesterday. Have a great fishing season
    Milwaukee, Coho Season Has Arrived! by Jim Hirt (5/21/2018)
    [Milwaukee] It was mostly a 00 dodgers and Howie fly bite with a few fish on spoons. The pattern hasn’t changed. A mixed bag of Coho, and Chinooks with limits possible
    Milwaukee Fishing, Multi Species Action! by Jim Hirt (9/25/2017)
    [Milwaukee] The fishing was good last weekend. We are finding colder water and schools of baitfish in 30 to 100 feet of water.
    Milwaukee, Fishing Kings And Huge Coho!! by Jim Hirt (9/06/2017)
    [Milwaukee] The fishing Was good all week We are finding pockets of colder water and schools of baitfish in 100 to 180 feet of water. The temp break was down 80 feet to 51 degrees. A east to west troll worked best for us.
    Milwaukee, Fishing Big Fish Season!! by Jim Hirt (8/22/2017)
    [Milwaukee] It was a special fishing day for Master Adam Schreiber. He boated this beautiful Lake Trout that weighed in at 11 pounds 15 ounces. This was an experience he will remember for a lifetime.
    Milwaukee, Fishing Big Kings Out There!! by Jim Hirt (8/15/2017)
    [Milwaukee] I fished anywhere from 100 to out over 180 feet. Follow the temperatures and fish the zone. Near shore action on McKinley pier has been very slow with only a few Browns being caught.
    Milwaukee, Fishing The Pockets For Kings!! by Jim Hirt (8/09/2017)
    [Milwaukee] I fished anywhere from 70 to out over 150 feet. Follow the temperatures and fish the zone.
    Milwaukee, Mixed Bag Continues! by Jim Hirt (7/24/2017)
    [Milwaukee] I fished anywhere from 70 to out over 150 feet. Follow the temperatures and fish the zone. Near shore action on McKinley pier has been very slow with only a few Browns being caught. Head north in Whitefish Bay and set lines in 80 feet. Troll north east have a great fishing season.