Thanks Glow. Nice one in your pic
Wolf River - Fremont
Some fish were caught either under the bridge or I also told him to try down river so not sure where he actually got his limit. Best options are jig and a minnow or a wolf river rig and a minnow. If you stop in I be happy to mark all the shore areas for you on a map.
I was thinking of heading up Saturday to give her one last try before waiting for ice. Was wondering if anyone getting anything from shore spots, and if so from where and what's best bait/rig choice.Thats where my son and I will be fishing from.
MOON PHASE (7%)
Still getting reports of big numbers of walleyes being caught. Lot of 30-50 fish days and limits under 2 hours. Most fish are south of town though there are are few around bridges and high rock wall.
Very light current and the river is drawn down for the winter so 1/4 jigs are working great. Doesn't hurt to have a stinger hook but please stick to size 14 if possible. Lots of smaller fish in the system and the smaller hooks don't rip them up.
Most fish are 18+ feet and these fish shouldn't move now. They are wintered up and probably be in same areas in spring.
We have plenty of jigs on sale from break-in yet. We will run the deal until all the bags are gone.
100 - $30
50 - $16
25 - $10
MOON PHASE (21%)
36° - 40° F
Below 40° F
Had a great day on the Wolf today. Constant action on small fish but was great fun. Chartruce Pepper Moxi out fished minnows 5 to one. Quality fishing…. everyone behaved like Gentlemen. All fish south of Chico's and not many by the mouth. Shout out to Chico he runs a great landing!
We were using large crappie Go-Go minnows from fle-fly tackle with 2 inch body before tail. Seen some guys using some twister tails. Chartruese and white worked, as aggressive as they were it didn't seem to matter much to be honest.
I'm sure either moxi or ring would do well, lost a few tails, so if you are getting short striked try to shorten up the body or use stingers.
Never hurts to hit Chris up at Fremont bait and tackle to get some minnows just in case they feel fussy he's always been good to me. We like to find them with the minnows first and then try out some plastics to keep the hands warm.
Good luck. Go get em'.