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steinerrecliner
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3/28/15 11:19 PM CST
There's not enough water to justify having the gates open in depere. The only reason they have the gates open in Neenah and menasha is they are trying to keep Winnebago at a constant level to avoid ice shoving up and destroying property. At least this is what an army corp of engineers worker told me at the menasha dam a few weeks ago.

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3/28/15 10:45 PM CST
Slow day for us. On the water by 630am. Had 3 nice fish before 730. Once the sun came out things shut down. Left at 1. fish from 6 to 25 feet of water. will be back out Monday

CAPT. PATRICK CONGER
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3/28/15 6:55 PM CST
Hello everyone

Just wanted to post a report from today. We fished fished from 7 -2:30pm. Current was nonexistent. We boated about 40 fish with the biggest being 25". Water temp was around the 39° mark. The first 4 hours were by far the best as the bite was pretty slow after 11 am. Most our fish were caught jigging both plastics and minnows in 12-17'. 1/4 oz jig with ringworms and gulp. Casting did produce more that vertical jigging.

Just wanted to thank Rob over at Swamp Donkey bait for another great year of the Swamp Donkey open. Once again a well run, friendly competition tourney. Again, we all appreciate everything that you do for all us spring river fishermen.

If anyone is looking to get out, i still do have openings for my spring Fox River specials. 2 guys, 8-10 hr guided trip, all bait and equipment needed for $275. Check out my website at www.fishwiguideservice.com under the promotions page for all booking details.

Good luck and tight lines!

Capt Patrick


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speeder
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3/28/15 6:52 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 31° - 35° F
Ya, was a slow day in the boat as well. Ended w/ 13 caught of which 3 of them were over 25. Fat and plump! Did have 2 males that were milking. Was nice not having to fight the wind. That will change tomorrow.

Personally, I'm trying to catch whitefish and that hasn't been working at all. Last year pounded them. I saw one caught (actually bit) up by the dam.

Colors were all over the board. I had on bright bait on one rod and a dark bait on the other. Both were working pretty good. Missed a lot of bites but the ones that were caught just hammered the bait. No missing that when they're slamming it. So, that begs the question, how many fish are in the river and how many are staging? Didn't get a water temp.

Good luck, David

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3/28/15 5:10 PM CST
Hell no Sucker this time of year smoked is awesome, same with carp

fillet-o-carp
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3/28/15 2:36 PM CST
Means ha and Neenah have gates open not sure why they don't down there or up there lol . As for smoking that sucker don't the bottom feeders have a zero consumption advisory? I wouldn't smoke that plus they are hard to keep lit

wack n stack
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3/28/15 2:20 PM CST
When they going to open these gates

countryboy123
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3/28/15 10:12 AM CST
Fished last night 6-10 off the pier. There was one word to describe this night, SLOW. Our group of 3 didnt even land one walleye, just a couple whitefish snagged, and one sucker in the mouth that will be getting smoked. Hopefully will be out tonight, otherwise later this week. Good Luck

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3/28/15 10:07 AM CST
Gl there are a lot of musky in the river right now we had 4 this spring down river the biggest was 48 one right next to the ramp up river just straighting out line mess the line took off it was quite the drill lol

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3/28/15 9:24 AM CST
Wondering if the guy who landed the big muskie that was fishing next to me and my buddy last night could message me so I could send you my number and you could send me the pic you showed us. I have a few buddies calling B.S. and I wanna shut them up!! Good luck fishing today!!

MuskieBoy
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3/27/15 10:06 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 26° - 30° F Water Temp: Below 40° F
Fished most the day yesterday in the wind. Water temp was 38.7 pretty steadily. Caught 20 fish between two guys. All fish were between 20-26 inches in 6-14 FOW. Deep diving cranks/rattle traps and slow rolling purple chartreuse paddle tails with a 1/4 oz jig caught the biggest fish. A minnow rig was getting more bites, but the fish were more on the lower end for size. I'd advise anyone thinking of driving the 3 hours we did to wait for some rain before making the trek. Fish were there but it's far from what the Fox can be.

ayeFeesh
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3/27/15 9:02 PM CST
Out for a few hours no fish. Jigs cranks didn't matter no bites. Saw 1 walleye caught. Water is high and slow not a good combo. Won't be back until conditions improve not worth the hour drive until then. Yeah you might get a few fish but nothing close to as good as it can be.

Bay Fanatic 884
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3/27/15 12:40 PM CST
If you want a Brown County Annual Launch Pass just go to the Citgo gas station, any time in Suamico. Right off 41, on B.

CAPT. PATRICK CONGER
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3/27/15 11:33 AM CST
Hello everyone, Just want to pass along a bit of information. I have been getting alot of inquiries about launch places and fees. I have attached the annual pass info below http://www.co.brown.wi.us/departments/page_2ab86748d908/?department=260ed145263d&subdepartment=dadc284c6c54

Just give them a call, and they mail the annual pass right to your house. Its a great deal for $30 especially for those that fish the bay in summer. Pass includes Fox point, metro, Bayshore and suamico launches.

Just a reminder of my river specials. 2 people, 8-10hr trip for $275. Spots are still filling so call and get your spot reserved. All booking info can be found on my website at www.fishwiguideservice.com under the promotions page.

Good luck and tight lines!!

Capt Patrick


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3/27/15 10:36 AM CST
Conditions: Night Time Air Temp: 26° - 30° F Water Temp: 40° - 45° F
Out last night by the dam cold windy and fishing was slow, going to wait til the warmup next week to try again.

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