Fished Castle Rock from 7:30 - 5:30 today, started on the west side in the mouth of the little yellow with little luck. Moved to the river and caught 3 short walleyes and a white bass. On the way back trolling with rapalas caught a 19.5" walleye coming back up the east side along the Buckhorn State Park. All fish are still swimming.
We have finally made the permanent move to Adams! So, I am looking for a fishing partner or two. I have a boat and primarily fish for walleye here. I would love to learn more about pan fishing here also. I have fished here for years and I'm quite familiar with the lake. Looking for someone to go during the week, not so much on weekends. Must be a non smoker at least in my boat. I do a fair amount of trolling and I'm completely setup for it. Message me here or find me on Facebook @ Jim Campbell from Mount Horeb WI. (Old address).
51° - 55° F
51° - 55° F
Launched at Mays Pt 7 am today. Fished from train trestle up to the dam.
We fished until 2:30, catching 50 walleyes (85% 12-14 inches), 5 catfish and 1 Sturgeon that took 20 min to land. Great day on the water. The numbers of walleyes 12-14 inches is amazing. Bodes well for the future. All fish still swimming!
For the sake of stocking fish in the lake here is a link for you to click on for information on the Castle Rock Muskie daze tournament.
Attention people of Juneau County I will be holding a seminar at the Elroy Public Library on April 20th at 5:15 p.m. An introduction to musky and Musky fishing. Anybody from the area that wants to come and listen kids or adults are welcome to come. We can do question and answer along with the seminar. I have been guiding the area for 13 years in Juneau County. I guide Petenwell, Castle Rock and Redstone, and parts of the Wisconsin River. What the average fisherman knows as the fish of ten thousand casts, my clients and I catch commonly. I average one to two fish per trip and have done so for a long time. So if you're interested in how to catch muskies, or more Muskies, or proper catch and release, or how you can get involved in helping to stock more muskies, come check me out at the Elroy Library April 20th at 5:15 p.m. See you there.
If you can't make it, check out the pictures and get ahold of me for a trip. I start guiding once Muskie season opens and I also will do a mixed bag with muskie. Here is a link to a video that I will show if you can't make it. And the other link goes to my Facebook page to show you some pictures. Thank you.
Hi all, I only get to fish Castle Rock once or twice a year and that's this weekend. I'm looking to do some daytime bowfishing inbetween some shoreline bash fishing. Any advice on where the carp are? Also, what's the closest boat launch to the yellow river area? Preferably the west side.
Thank you for any advice!