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    Quote Originally Posted by LSL Angler View Post
    Nice, why do you have long sleeves on?
    to stay warm Mark! it was perfect weather with temps in upper 70's but no humidity and nice breezes. especially out on water where it was very chilly and we dressed in layers. Perfect weather which is one of the appeals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Route U View Post
    Those will eat! Looks like maybe a steelhead or two and some coho's? Can't make out any kings in there........

    You didn't keep those lakers, did you? How far out did you go and was everything on riggers?

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    charters wern't catching many kings but ones they were catching were good sized. Jeff your right of course, no kings, Lake trout, Coho and steelheads. Why wouldn't you keep the Lakers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hdhntr View Post
    Why wouldn't you keep the Lakers?
    I think it's called being spoiled (me).......... Having access to cohos, kings, steelheads and browns almost year-round, I can't convince myself to eat a laker. I've had them prepared basically every way and just not a fan. They are a blast to catch though. In the fall we'll go out and jig the breakwater gaps with light gear and catch em, just a lot of fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Route U View Post
    I can't convince myself to eat a laker.

    I've never had the pleasure, but it's on my "To Don't" list. I know one guy said the only reason they kept them was to make dog food and the dogs didn't even care for it! So....you're not alone.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Route U View Post
    I think it's called being spoiled (me).......... Having access to cohos, kings, steelheads and browns almost year-round, I can't convince myself to eat a laker. I've had them prepared basically every way and just not a fan. They are a blast to catch though. In the fall we'll go out and jig the breakwater gaps with light gear and catch em, just a lot of fun.

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    We ate them last year and they were fine. Course dont have access like u robbie. They sure were blast to catch


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    If you are still up there in the Sheboygan/Manitowac area run over to the little town of Newton and visit Newton Meats. Incredible meat shop with many types of wieners, sausage, brats, etc. My great Uncle John Wadginski started the place well over 50 years ago and they still use his recipes. Every trip to WI I load up a cooler and freeze when I get home.
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    Nice. That weather and fishing will spoil you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DADAKOTA View Post
    If you are still up there in the Sheboygan/Manitowac area run over to the little town of Newton and visit Newton Meats. Incredible meat shop with many types of wieners, sausage, brats, etc. My great Uncle John Wadginski started the place well over 50 years ago and they still use his recipes. Every trip to WI I load up a cooler and freeze when I get home.
    Dadakota isn't wrong here! Also, on your way south on 41, stop and Held's and get a chunk of their jerky! This is a must have when going to and coming home from Lake Winnebago. I'm headed up to the lake next week for 4 days and will be loading up myself!

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    WOW!!!! Ya'll did good. One day I'd like to make that trip.
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    guy that organized trip is fixated on cheese shops so we went to couple of those. Went to sheybogan falls and then down to Milwaukee for couple nights. Great town to visit and still able to go to docks and see the salmon coming in.

    BTW buddy came home first and smoke a lake trout big filet and it was delicious!

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