Fall salmon run is winding down
Written by Green Bay Press-Gazette   
Thursday, 27 October 2005 11:01
The fall salmon spawning run is winding down, though plenty of near-dead chinooks remain, joined by some fresher cohos and brown trout in some larger tributaries.

Yellow perch and northern pike are the focus fish for many off Door County, while the Fox, Oconto and Menominee rivers are offering mixed bags of everything from walleyes and muskies to rough fish, bass and trout.

Walleye trolling along the shorelines, points and reefs has been improving from lower Green Bay up to Marinette on the west shore, and all the way to Sister Bay along the Door Peninsula.

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