Wolf River - Fremont

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10/30/16 @ 12:16 PM
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Fishlaw007
Fishlaw007
USER since 12/30/14

MOON PHASE
New Moon

CONDITIONS
Cloudy

AIR TEMP
56° - 60° F

WATER TEMP
46° - 50° F

Drift fished Wolf from above Fremont to a ways below it, Friday afternoon.  Water was 47 deg.  Tried jigs and shiners and jigs and powerbait.  Might have had one or two light bites--hard to tell.  Wind was blowing strong upriver and current moderate going downriver, so boat control was tough.  About 6 other boats out.  Saw one small walleye and one white bass caught in 4 hours. Marked a moderate number of fish close to bottom.

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10/29/16 @ 9:55 PM
Dadrake2
Dadrake2
MEMBER since 10/29/16

Does anyone going to the wolf know or have the contact info for the Midwest outdoor anglers out of Chicago?

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10/26/16 @ 10:43 AM
SmalliesNEyez
SmalliesNEyez
USER since 10/26/16

No problem.  I'm part of the traveling 200 miles crew as well, so it's nice to have good info to utilize if you plan to make the trip up there.    

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10/26/16 @ 10:11 AM
wallybeav
wallybeav
USER since 11/6/08

Thanks Smallies

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10/26/16 @ 9:36 AM
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SmalliesNEyez
SmalliesNEyez
USER since 10/26/16

MOON PHASE (14%)
Waning Crescent

CONDITIONS
Sunny

AIR TEMP
41° - 45° F

WATER TEMP
51° - 55° F

Was up there in Fremont on Monday.  We managed a 3-man limit of eyes, one under 15", the rest 15-20.  All in the river.  Got em fishing deeper water on the outside of bends in the river.  Water was around 10-15ft deep in all three areas we got fish.  Drifting with the current along the outside bend vertical jigging with a jig and minnow or jig and plastics.  The jig and plastic produced the first couple fish, and then everything else came on a jig and minnow, and they wouldn't touch the plastics.  Water temps were 52-54, if I remember correctly.  Jig color didn't seem to matter as much as keeping it down there within 4-6 inches of the bottom. This was done with 1/4oz jigs. Took 8 hours, but we got the limit, plus a handful of bonus whites(didn't target them), and some huge redhorse that got chucked back into the river.

Bite seemed to go good from about 7-11am, then slowed down, then picked back up around 1-2:30pm.  By 3pm it was pretty much dead.  We picked up our last one right around 3pm after half a dozen passes with not even a bite, after getting bit by at least some kind of fish on just about every other pass throughout the day.  

Edited on 10/26/16 11:12 AM
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10/24/16 @ 1:25 PM
wallybeav
wallybeav
USER since 11/6/08

Are walleyes in river yet? Coming from 200 miles away. Thanks

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10/23/16 @ 5:19 PM
cycleguy
cycleguy
USER since 2/8/05

Scum-

I caught a few inadvertently last time I was up. then I did find a pocket along a rocky, wind blown shore that I pulled seven off in 10-11 casts (intentionally fishing for them).  Did that with a small flickershad - but the way they were hitting it, I don't know that it mattered.  That small pocket of fish were all good sized, unlike the accidental catches the rest of the time.  Next day, not a bite in the same spot, but wind changed up as well.

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10/23/16 @ 4:27 PM
Scumfroggin24
Scumfroggin24
USER since 10/10/16

Anyone catching any smallies? Would like to try next weekend any tips are greatly appreciated.

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10/22/16 @ 2:36 PM
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River monster
River monster
USER since 12/11/15

MOON PHASE
Last Quarter

"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. 

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10/22/16 @ 12:25 PM
Chris Wenzel
Fremont Bait
USER since 4/13/14

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  

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