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CHRIS WENZEL
CHRIS WENZEL
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12/7/15 5:47 PM CST
With all due respect, I was personally out with the "group" and everyone caught fish. But like I said, most are small. Not sure what would have changed but I don't give false reports to bring people to Fremont. With 40 plus boats out, the word is already out.


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waltereye sr.
waltereye sr.
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12/7/15 5:35 PM CST
Non stop??? I understand wanting people to visit your area but... Bud was there yesterday only fishing last 1 1/2 hours in the areas you speak of. Couple bites and lost one boatside. 3 other boats out at that time. Didn't see anyone else land anything. Of course that was yesterday not Saturday

CHRIS WENZEL
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12/7/15 3:18 PM CST
Fished Saturday morning for a few hours and it looked like the spring run. Concentrated mostly south of Boom Island and drifted along with the rest of the crowd till we decided to anchor up. We only kept two fish but threw a lot back.

1/4 ounce jigs with a shiner seemed to be the best. Fatheads worked ok but shiners seemed to get more bites. A stinger hook is a must but try to stick with the smaller ones so the smaller fish can be released unharmed. We did catch a couple fish on Wolf River Rigs after we anchored and it produced the bigger fish of the day but you get less bites.

I would not venture too much further north than Chicos with south of Boom Island as well as the Rat River and the cutoff being good. Good time to take a kid fishing because the action is non stop and just have to sort threw a lot of smaller ones to get a keeper.

With no ice and warm nights we all might be fishing on xmas this year.


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clarke718
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12/6/15 12:43 PM CST
Fished the wolf yesterday. From noon til dark. It was actually a pretty productive day on the water. Focused primarily on the deeper bends anywhere from 14-25fow. We boated close to 20 walleyes with only a few of them kept. The majority of the fish were 10-12". Stinger hooks did seem to help. Quite a few only hooked by the stinger. Good luck fishing.

CHRIS WENZEL
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12/1/15 10:46 AM CST
Went out yesterday afternoon till dark and target Chicos ramp through the first bend.

The fish are in the deeper water and slow drift worked best. Of course I forget stinger hooks and cost me a limit. 3 guys ended up with 1 smallmouth, 1 sucker, and 1 keeper walleye but lots of hook sets with bite marks or just the head of the minnow left. Lesson learned.

There are fish being caught south too but we wanted to stay away from the crowd. 1/4 parrot jig seem to get the most attn but most all colors worked.

Plan on getting out a few more times in next couple weeks since the temps are staying in the 40's and the bite has been pretty good.


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12/1/15 8:28 AM CST
USGS data for New London has water temperature for 12-01-15 @ 34.8 degree Fahrenheit Cool

dl44
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12/1/15 7:02 AM CST
I have not seen many postings this fall about fishing red banks, Chico's and such. Are the fish not biting? What is the water temp and is anyone catching a limit of eyes? PM me if you'd like.

Fishwalleye1212
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11/30/15 6:39 PM CST
Hi everyone so i purchased my first boat last year and looking for any info on the spring walleye run on the wolf... anything like when to start fishing, stay still or keep moving, drift or anchor really anything will help as im going to try this for the first time next spring and all that was told to me was use minnows at first the later drag crawlers not even sure what that means.. feel free to pm me thanks for all the help

[This post was last edited on 11/30/15 at 6:40 PM]
Tukta
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11/15/15 6:50 PM CST
Water Temp: Below 40° F
The fish are there I was struggling until i used a stinger and then waas able to put fish in the boat I would have bites but they were nipping the tails fish deep and slow

Tukta
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11/9/15 8:10 PM CST
Temp today was 47.6 every wher we fished. The bite was slow only 2 keepers all day. the strange thing is on white bass and we did get 2 carp tried deep shallow the wall down to fort fremont there is a ton of shad and that didn't help. this week the wind will be a killer so next week the bite should get going. we had another boat fishing by the rat they got one soooo don't waste your money yet it will be happening just not now.

CHRIS WENZEL
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11/9/15 10:55 AM CST
Air Temp: 51° - 55° F
from the Fremont landing to Chicos the average temp yesterday was 48.


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govenor
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11/9/15 10:30 AM CST
Water temp. was 50.1 last Wednesday.

prchhunter
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11/9/15 10:00 AM CST
Any recent water temps? Thanks

Remi
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11/7/15 7:51 AM CST
Late report, tried for Crappie on Tuesday, only caught 1 smallmouth.

govenor
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11/6/15 8:32 PM CST
Went below Chico's Wednesday... Darn slow..Need cold!!!!

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