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Port Washington (Surrogate King Salmon Parents)

Port Washington —  Over the last 50 years many Lake Michigan anglers have developed a love affair with chinook salmon. A batch of projects at Wisconsin sites this spring is demonstrating a new depth to that affection. “You could call it baby sitting,” said Bob Hammen of West Bend, president of the Ozaukee chapter of […] Read more
Category: Salmon & Trout

Chippewa Flowage

“The Big Chip!” Home Of The World’s Record MUSKY The last time I  fished the mighty “The Big Chip” was back in the late seventies!  I can still remember the fantastic islands, floating bogs, sand bars and stumps, inlets and unreal  weed beds ……On first look, you think you are in a Musky Read more

Lake Michigan Top Ports

Lake Michigan is the third largest of the Great Lakes and the sixth largest lake in the world. Bordered by Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin it is the only one of the Great Lakes that lies completely within the borders of the  United States. There are dozens of tributary creeks, streams and rivers that provide […] Read more