I don't know fella's..... Considering I believe there are gates open at the Dam, and we are sitting on a warming pattern still my professional opinion would be to stay off that ice. It is really not worth it. Those fish will be there once you get better temps and it locks in with more than a couple shaky inches. We will have plenty of winter left..... it is still early.
Fox River DePere Voyager
MOON PHASE (18%)
Fished Monday afternoon. Spudded around and found 4 inches of ice near shore and where we fished. Found something that somebody left behind right on shore. If you can tell me what it was I will be sure to get it back to you.
MOON PHASE (11%)
MOON PHASE (84%)
Tool you are headed in the right direction with your thoughts on trolling for Eyes in the spring. Just remember the water is cold and to slow down couple that with what you are already looking at and you should find success.
Hey guys... I realize this may be a long shot asking for trolling advice for these Fox river walleyes, but if somebody wants to PM me, that would be awesome.
I am a newbie to fishing the fox, but I have always loved trolling for muskies, but now I am getting into walleyes.
My question is, how would one go about trolling for these good walleyes during the spring spawning season? I guess I was thinking of maybe trying to troll the channel, channel breaks, and then maybe try the shallower flats next to the channel once the sun drops down, and also after dark.
again, I understand if nobody wants to give up their go to spots. I’m just looking to get a ballpark idea of where to start with.
Thank you much to anybody that can point me in the right direction.