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CatchyName
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3/25/15 5:37 PM CST
To the folks with knowledge of current conditions- Is there enough open water by the mouth to do some effective trolling? If not, do any of you do any trolling upriver? Thoughts? Kiss

pansinthepan
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3/25/15 3:36 PM CST
I read the reports to get updates. Reading old reports wont help with present conditions. The water, the weather and the bite are always changing. Thanks to all who give up to date reports. Keep it going. And tight lines to veterans and new fishermen alike.

FLAN
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3/25/15 2:59 PM CST
Put your sorries in a sack."lol" Just saying by reading past reports a guy can learn anything and everything about this fishery.

trapper101
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3/25/15 2:01 PM CST
Hey flan I'm sorry for asking for advice but if I don't ask I can't get help. I'm new to lake link and I never fished the fox river. Sorry to bother you. Thank you everyone who gave me advice an private messaged me. Sad

FLAN
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3/25/15 12:53 PM CST
Come on guys. All the info you could ever need is in the previous reports. Just read

dubbs2009
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3/25/15 12:36 PM CST
Just bought a boat the middle of last year. Fished winnebago for walleye alot but Looking to fish the fox for the first time this year for the walleye run. Looks like alot of fun. Any help on what to start with for baits (color, size, presentation) is greatly appreciated. PM me with any suggestions or comments. Thanks

Ripppinlips
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FISHING REPORT
3/25/15 12:28 PM CST
Water Temp: 40° - 45° F
Was out yesterday morning from sun up till bout 1pm. The bite was hot thru the first few hours of light then it was hit and miss the rest of the day! Plastics were a no go but minnow and jig was hot! Average size was 20" did manage one real fat momma! Tight lines and good luck eveyone!

addisonlee
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FISHING REPORT
3/25/15 12:24 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny
Got out on the river the other day and managed a few good fish by the dam pokets and drop offs on bright colored jigs and ring worms or minnows. Crankbaits caught a few as well. Mornings and mid-afternoon was the best bites. Couldn't stay for a late night bite. Water temp ranged from 41.5-44.9. Current is slow but if you get on some current fish were there. Stinger hooks were a must with many of short bites.

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Bay Fanatic 884
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FISHING REPORT
3/25/15 12:23 PM CST
Water temp was 43 last night boys, with no current.

SCOTT VALLESKEY
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FISHING REPORT
3/25/15 11:55 AM CST
Boy mother nature put a halt on our early spring of late! The walleye run is just getting started so fishing will only get better. If you are looking to get out give me a call. As soon as the bay opens up I will be fishing less pressured areas for prespawn fish as well. Get out and enjoy this awesome fishery and say HI if ya see me on the water!

steinerrecliner
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3/25/15 11:51 AM CST
They must not have gotten enough footage last night because they were up there last night too

krazykarl33
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3/25/15 10:56 AM CST
Gillespie is fishing DePere today...

H2o_Proof
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FISHING REPORT
3/25/15 10:01 AM CST
Donkey Minnows are the best. If you're launching from Fox Point or casting from shore at the park, you have to go there first. Drag your jigs, don't even pop them off the bottom! Slower the better. You may lose quite a bit of stuff, but... That way, you're not catching them in the belly or back. We were all teenagers at some point. These fish are thinking of "much more important things other than" food!!! Wait for the "double tap." *report* Cast 'n drag from the wall (too many whitefish in the lock channel), just to the right of the corner. 17, 21 and 24 in the snow this morning before work. Gold 1/4oz jig head and yellow mr twister or green/orange ringworm from the Donkey Hut. Tip whatever you throw with a Donkey Minnow and you're good. If you're not catching anything... SLOW DOWN

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funwon69
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FISHING REPORT
3/25/15 9:18 AM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 36° - 40° F Water Temp: 40° - 45° F
On the Fox Sun from 2p-6p, Mon from 8a-6p and Tues 8a-noon. Fish are in there, just had to work hard to get them. Sunday 10, with 1 at 25". Monday 31, and another 25" in the mix. Tues 18 and a muskie. Used the trolling motor Tues and let the wind move us Mon. Average fish was 21" Only 2 dinks. Best bait was green fuzzy grub tipped with a Swamp Donkey minnow. Found black and orange FG's worked, as well as orange or pink Fireball jigs. Seemed the slower the presentation the better.

Big Hoss
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3/25/15 8:41 AM CST
How do you actually get to the park of the shoreline across from the mill, do you need waders?

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