"JCJ", your best chance to get some fish landside would be to fish the number of bridges in Oshkosh fishing them all till you find them and you will. Use google map as a tool for directions. We hammered huge White Bass under the 41 bridge last week from boat but shore people were doing just as good.
Wolf River - Fremont
Your best bet is to try fishing either Winneconne Bridge or Oshkosh. The problem with fall run is the white bass and walleye don't move a lot once they find a hole they like and the nearest spot on the Wolf would be asking Chicos or Orihula for permission to fish of their docks
If all the fish are down river towards the Rat river and lake Poygan, is there any place to fish ON LAND to get some white bass or walleyes? I've fished under the bridge in fremont but i dont think the fish are that far up river. If anyone knows where to fish ON LAND please let me know and maybe i"ll try one more shot at it. Thanks..
MOON PHASE (82%)
Got out early this am and worked hard for a decent batch of crappies. couple whites added in. released two crappies that measured a solid 14. By noon it was pure fishing vs catching. Nice fall day, getting cold tomorrow but I'll be out early again to finish season
MOON PHASE (90%)
Sorry to hear that cycle guy. Location, and patience is key. Also early morning the fish feed untill about 11. Then the crappy seem to move out but they come back in evening. I fished wood down river past the island. And I fished a couple of my spots before one payed off. Definitely have to bounce from tree to tree till you find them. And try to find deep wood at least 10 feet. Under docks next to pileings can really be good too. Tiny wire jigs, 2 small split shots tipped with a small crappy minno. If your not getting hung up in wood, your not catching crappies. Also lost a few fish because they wrap you around the wood after they're hooked. Good luck.
MOON PHASE (90%)
Got my rear handed to me fishing crappies.... worked hard all afternoon for two, hoping next few days gets better. Everyone I talked with was slow besides the sheepshead
"river". Any advice on the crappies, I'd love the help. Annual once a year fall trip. PM works well. :)