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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, March 20th

In these troubling times, fishing my be the best way to do your civic duty and save your sanity.

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Baileys Harbor Yacht Club Resort

A stunning waterfront resort open year round nestled amongst virgin forests of The Ridges Sanctuary and Toft Point with on site marina, indoor/outdoor pools, sauna, gym and gorgeous suites!

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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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