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miggle
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11/18/14 12:47 PM CST
Nuff Said! (Supposed to be a picture with this of the ice on the river in Fremont... Damn iPhones!) Sad

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wisconwolf
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11/11/14 1:44 PM CST
Temps are dropping. Where is the fall run? Locator isnt showing much. They are either stuck to the bottom/cover or just not there. Enjoy

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11/7/14 2:46 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 41° - 45° F Water Temp: 46° - 50° F
From rouoghly 1 -4 pm on Thursday, 11/6. Only boat on the river. Caught 3 crappie and one small northern. Not great but no skunk. Nasty, windy conditions too. Bobber with fathead. Fished up past rail tracks.

Heard crappie has big bite today. oh well.

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11/5/14 7:49 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 41° - 45° F Water Temp: 40° - 45° F
Fished 3-6pm today from Orijula south. One small eye and missed a couple other light biters. Pretty scant and not much on the sonar other than a few fish scattered tight to bottom. I think the water temp needs to dip into the thirties, and should do so by the end of this weekend. Hope the fish show up Tounge Out

crestsuperhawk
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11/2/14 6:51 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 31° - 35° F Water Temp: 46° - 50° F
Yesterday three guys fished hard from Templeton Bayou down to the Rock Wall from 8am to 2pm and only had 4 undersized walleyes to show for it. Rod tips were icing up and the weather temperature ranged between 43 and 46. Overall a very beautiful morning. Saw several minnows near the surface of the water also saw fish hugging tight to the bottom but just could not seem to find any decent sized fish. I don't know how cold the water needs to get before the fish will get this far north? From the reports by Oshkosh it sounds like they are perfectly content to stay there. Last year went a week later and had seven nice eaters on one trip this wasn't even close even though the water was colder. Only saw one other group of fishermen the whole time. The river was dead pretty much just duck hunters.

Maxwell Broetzmann
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10/24/14 6:08 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 56° - 60° F
The fishing was terrible today, caught 3 fish in total. Fished for 7 hours and got one 9" crappie, 5" crappie, 14" smallmouth. No whitebass Waste of time

JIM KLEIST
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10/23/14 8:46 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 56° - 60° F Water Temp: 56° - 60° F
The walleye bite should pick up in about a week. Water levels are high. Crappie fishing has been slow this year so far compared to the last few falls.But I am catching some beautiful big crappies every time I am out.

This year slack current and eddy's in the main channels are out producing back water areas I normally target. I am catching fish from 6 feet to 18 fow with 10-12 fow being the best.Fish are found tight to bottom are key as well as fishing structure/ cover.

The bite changes daily as far as what to use. Wolf river rigs without floating jigs, crappie rigs. Aberdeen hooks with a piece of split shot and of course "jigs" 3/16 , 1/8 and even 1/32 to 1/4 oz as far a really small and really "big"

slow presentations often catch more fish as well as using multiple rods dead sticking.

I am heading out to North Dakota to hunt for awhile. I have a few openings for prime spring walleye times on Winnebago and Green Bay if you really want to do a lot of catching! I may have one or 2 more days of fishing ahead this season on the Wolf.

Jim Kleist Green Bay, Wi

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10/23/14 5:38 PM CST
Conditions: Raining Air Temp: 36° - 40° F Water Temp: 46° - 50° F
Fished for 4 hours this morning before rain became unbearable. Launched from Chico's & went down to mouth of Poygan & fished our way back. Marking lots of fish in deeper holes from 14' to 22'+. Vertical jigging & wolf river rigs with flatheads (no shiners at Chicos). No bites!!! Going to try Bago in AM if weather changes before heading back to NW Indiana. Water temp at 47.7*F. Better luck to all!!!!

drummerjoe
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10/19/14 4:04 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 36° - 40° F Water Temp: 46° - 50° F
Tuff weekend on the wolf in Fremont, winds were wicked!! Fished the rock wall really hard no bites at all!! Went further up river drift jigging nothing caught. Went south fish both bridges in Fremont, went all the way down to poygan lake (spelling) sorry, fished the mouth caught 6 white bass, fished rat river mouth 0 fish. Loaded up went north to new London. Managed 10 white bass 5 nice size crappies. All fish caught just after the bridge along the rocks. Spoke with a bunch of fisherman and same just a few short walleye's caught white bass were not on fire but spotty. Crappies all caught on slip bobbers along the rocks. White bass were caught on spinners. Marking fish like crazy on the lowrance but guess they weren't hungry. Lots of talk about tons of white bass caught at the mouth of poygan lake. Good luck out their!! Hopefully the fishing turns back on again!!

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10/18/14 10:04 PM CST
Sorry not sor

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10/18/14 10:03 PM CST
I know the number. I just wanted to know what time. Sor you I asked a real question.

Storm Chaser
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10/18/14 8:54 PM CST
River guide - Here is there is there info if you want to call them, 8794 Wolf River Road Fremont, Wisconsin 54940 USA

(920) 446-3345

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10/18/14 7:34 PM CST
I know everyone hates questions but I have one. Does anyone know when chico'S opens up?

mr harris
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10/18/14 6:35 PM CST
Netsdry, half mile south of Fremont, west side of the river on hwy H, under the 'new' bridge is a great spot., busy when fishing is good, but not in the fall.

wisconwolf
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10/18/14 3:02 PM CST
Yes call Red Banks Resort. Fremont Wi

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