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Remi
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4/26/15 3:20 PM CST
Water Temp: 46° - 50° F
Fished 8am to 1:30pm with wife and kids. Decided to go up river almost to Gills. Caught 2 tiny walleye, 2 whitebass. Friendly visit by the Sheriff boat, kids got stickers from them, appreciate the work they do.

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4/25/15 9:56 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 46° - 50° F Water Temp: 46° - 50° F
Fished today just up river from orihula down to the mouth. It was hard to keep the boat under control drifting at times. The wind was nasty! Caught 10 white bass, a crappie, one walleye and one approximately 30 inch pike, released after this picture. Had my best luck for the white bass in 6 to 10 fow just up river of orihula. Minnows and leeches both worked. Only fish I caught on the crawler was the pike!

jcdocka
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4/25/15 9:23 PM CST
Does anyone know where I can get a free depth map for the Wolf River? Preferably I am looking for one I can download. Thanks

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fjw
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4/25/15 6:43 PM CST
Skees72: deep holes during the day. Shallow sand flats toward evening. The channel cats come up and feed. Fill the livewell.

skees72
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4/25/15 5:41 PM CST
Thank you fjw for the tip on catching more cats.

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4/25/15 11:44 AM CST
no the whitebass are sleeping until memorial day I would stay home and rest up! This site is very useful if you actually use it. run is mid april to end of may every year go fish kinda like the card game or selling trucks. fishing. be up in the morning save me a spot!

RANDY WIELAND
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4/25/15 11:09 AM CST
Wefish2 go down 7 to 15 posts and take a look. There are very isolated schools as far up as new London so far


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mefish2
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4/25/15 10:01 AM CST
Has the wb runs started yet?

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4/25/15 7:06 AM CST
Tuff man is has been a combination of jigging/pitching plastics, hair, minnows, and dragging crawler. This April Polar Vortex dropped water temps a lot. Couple sunny days to get temps back up and crawlers and leeches will be very good


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Tuffman
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4/25/15 6:42 AM CST
Just wondering if people have switched to dragging crawlers in the river or are most of the fish in the lakes. Heard of some good reports in the lakes but rather fish the river.

Capt Quint2
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4/24/15 5:37 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 26° - 30° F
Man was the boat ride cold this morning! Ya and that cold shut off the bite too. My buddy and I fished from 6:30 to 1pm with only 4 small males to show for it. No whitebass. Our fish came pumping jigs with minnows nothing on crawlers for us. My buddy's friend fished yesterday and did quite well with 50/50 on minnows and crawlers. Not many fishermen out today which was nice and we could actually fish like gentlemen. Hope we get some warmer temps!!!!

Remi
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4/24/15 2:49 PM CST
Water Temp: 46° - 50° F
Went fishing with uncle Gary, 8am to 1pm. 3 walleye, 2 whitebass, 2 sheephead, 1 tiny catfish. Seemed 50/50 for minnows and crawlers. All fish caught in deepest water you could find.

BradBreuer
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4/23/15 10:04 PM CST
I was out today and my fishing partner left his jacket at boat launch by bridge..if anyone finds it pm me. Thanks in advance

Mick Dodge
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4/23/15 8:22 PM CST
Nice post Randy.

RANDY WIELAND
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4/23/15 8:05 PM CST
Hi all, I took a few days off to go play on the Mississippi for a few personal days. Regardless of the Miss or the Wolf, the whitebass respond exactly the same way to significant water temp drops. This also ties in with the huge surge of PMs and emails I'm getting. I can't possibly respond to them individually, so I apologize to anyone that feels offended that I didn't respond. Just had to put this up for everyone at once.

We are in the early up-run of whites. It is very common to find isolated schools (especially in colder water 40's to very low 50's) in deep holes. Good electronics like Humminbird with switchfire that allows you to clear a lot of turbulence from the screen and identify fish. I personally will run Down Imaging side-by-side with my 2D 'sonar and compare what I see to identify fish.

As we endure this April Vortex of cold, think more like icefishing. Very slow vertical presentations that keep a bait in front of their nose. Obviously some will hit with aggression, but most will be a very light "POP" on the line. Small minnows for live bait, W-5 jig raps, 3/8oz blade baits, small Kastmaster spoons, and small flies on 3-ways all do very well.

Sunday on the miss, water was 57 degrees and whites were on the upper wingdams. We hammered them. By Tues the water was 48.3degrees and the went deep into 24+ foot holes. Positioning the boat so we could fish vertical with 3/8 oz blades very slow produced outstandingly. I've used this technique year after year for whitebass on the Wolf and it never fails me.

If you have good electronics, this is the time to have faith and confidence in what youy see. Until the water gets back up to 56ish or higher, slow and vertical is the name of the game. Run/gun the holes until you locate them and keep your presentation slow and in front of their nose.

Favorite COLD water colors of my custom blades


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