September kicks off what should be a good fall bite.
Crappies have been easier to catch because of the lower water. Deeper trees and docks with jigs tipped with minnows. Fish are starting to school up a little more but its still early so the trick is to move around.
White Bass - The rock wall and general area has a couple nice schools of white bass around. They are running bigger in size than this spring. Early morning or before is dark as they will start to feed and the water will erupt.
Smallmouth - They are still in summer patterns but have been easier to catch. Top water poppers on rock and seawalls and tubes in current. Early morning/late night are still the best times.
Largemouth - Backwaters that have deeper water are the key. Topwater frogs are a lot of fun but don't over look the weed lines with poppers. Most of the back waters are running pretty warm so look for the shaded shores or thicker weeds.
Pike - Poygan has produced some larger pike but the river has good for action. Most are being caught by accident from shore from anything from worms to live bait.
Perch/Panfish - the best bite is right after or during rain which has not been much. Most are are adjacent to bays and creeks as well in Partridge Lake.
Walleye - Crawlers dragged in middle of channel is still the best method. The numbers are not always there but most are 20+. It is also a good way to pick up a bonus channel cat.
Colder nights and shorter days only means better fishing. White bass are already being caught in Winneconne so its shaping up to be a good fall run.