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Harbor Angler Report, October 23rd

Most times you catch fish, but sometimes you don't. That does not change the experience. 

Harbor Angler Report, October 12th

Fall is a great time to fish in Door County, but you're better hurry. 

Harbor Angler Report, September 12th (1)

Few anglers and still active fish can make for an enjoyable respite from the world. Get out and enjoy.  

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Gordon Lodge

Nestled on Door County’s quiet North Bay, Gordon Lodge features 130 beautiful acres of natural tranquility. From the moment you arrive, you will feel the peacefulness of being surrounded by water, forest and comfort. It’s what has kept our guests returning for over 80 years. Get the best of Door County without ever leaving the property.

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Harbor Angler Report, February 25

Not much beats a sunny day on the ice with some good friends. Catching fish is a bonus. 

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Harbor Angler Report, February 16th

Whitefish can find a way to survive and thrive, if we provide it the opportunity. 

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Harbor Angler Report, February 2nd

If you want a genuine Wisconsin perch dinner, you may have to go out and catch it yourself. 

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Harbor Angler Report, January 20th

Looking for any hardwater action we can find, Northerns on Kangaroo or whitefish on the Bay. It's all good. 

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Harbor Angler Report, January 4th

It was a good year for fishing in Door County. Compared to most. 

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Harbor Angler Report, 12/24/19

Safe early season ice is sometimes difficult to find in Door County in the early winter. It takes patience. 

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Harbor Angler Report, December 6th

Sooner or later you have to come to grips with the end of the fishing season. Maybe. 

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Harbor Angler Report, November 30th

A day with good friends and good fishing is an occurrence that should be savored. Even if you have to leave Baileys Harbor to do it. 

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Harbor Angler Report, November 25th

Sure, ice fishing is fun, but it's not time for that yet. There is still open water to fish. 

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