Southeast Region: Milwaukee County - Prior to the recent cold front, anglers were catching perch as well as some trout and salmon on the Milwaukee Lakeshore. Most of the perch were being caught below the Hoan Bridge.
Milwaukee County - In Milwaukee, decent numbers of brown trout can be found in the harbor, and fair numbers are also moving up the Milwaukee River. Flows are dropping on the Milwaukee and Menomonee Rivers, and Oak Creek is very low.
Sheboygan County - Sheboygan River water levels are about average for this time of year, and some coho and fair numbers of brown trout remain in the river. Fishing off the Sheboygan piers has been generally slow, but occasional browns have been caught.
Racine County - In Racine, most anglers at the lakefront have been concentrating near the boat ramp and off the docks in Reefpoint Marina. Decent numbers of browns are in the harbor, and some steelhead are also starting to move in. Fish were processed at the Root River Steelhead Facility for the last time on Monday, Nov. 9, and the facility is now shut down for the season. More than 900,000 coho eggs were collected, and DNR crews handled a total of 1,436 coho, 1,309 Chinooks, 86 browns, and 9 rainbows.
Kenosha County - In Kenosha, browns can be seen jumping in the harbor, and a few have been caught near the hotel on white tube jigs tipped with wax worms or on spawn sacs.