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Harbor Angler Report, June 7, 2022

Determining where to fish in Door County can be a puzzle. Sometimes you solve the puzzle, sometimes you don't. 

Harbor Angler Report, May 27, 2022

Finally,  tide has started to turn.  The near shore waters, particularly on the bayside and inland lakes, are warming.

Harbor Angler Report, April 26, 2022

A relative newcomer, the brown trout, has contributed an awful lot to the lore and wonder of Door County.

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Harbor Angler Report, June 7, 2022

Determining where to fish in Door County can be a puzzle. Sometimes you solve the puzzle, sometimes you don't. 

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Harbor Angler Report, May 27, 2022

Finally,  tide has started to turn.  The near shore waters, particularly on the bayside and inland lakes, are warming.

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Harbor Angler Report, April 26, 2022

A relative newcomer, the brown trout, has contributed an awful lot to the lore and wonder of Door County.

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Harbor Angler Report, April 12, 2022

Despite the early tournament dates and the less-than-ideal conditions, anglers came through again and proved this tournament is special indeed.

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Harbor Angler Report, March 11, 2022

All anglers do not lie, at least not any more than do politicians, social media influencers or Aaron Rodgers. This and other fishing untruths are exposed. 

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Harbor Angler Report, February 6, 2022

It is a city of close to 200 buildings and over 1000 residents stretching for miles all within sight of the Green Bay shoreline. It is WhitefishTown.

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Harbor Angler Report, January 21, 2022

So, is ice fishing one of those activities that is so fundamentally hazardous that we should put in into the category of unacceptable risk?   Apparently, millions of people don’t think so.

 

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Harbor Angler Report, January 6, 2022

I want to be fishing. I was not.  It happens every year. That period between the last open water fishing and first ice. Ice safe enough for fishing. I go into a funk, always have. The void can last weeks, in some years over a month.

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Harbor Angler Report, December 5, 2021

A late season outing produces an epic fish. 

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Harbor Angler Report, November 11, 2021

Each mild fall day spent fishing is like stealing time from the winter witch whose wrath will surely come, better later than sooner

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