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wallybagger
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10/14/14 3:17 AM CST
ADayontheWater,

Thanks for the Great report & humor, can you tell us the water temperature you Barteldoodled across to catch those fishies????

Thanks for the information,

Wallybagger aka Tom

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10/10/14 9:43 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Can anyone point me to a really good spot for the white bass? I'm going to take my 8 kids out of school (they will be missing their mid-terms) and drive up from Waubeesha next week and don't want to waste our time. Any information will be greatly appreciated.

Just kidding. This is an actual post. I'm not a fair-weather fisherman who isn't willing to put in the time to get on the fish and just wants to show up when the gettin' is good.

Fishing Date: 10/8/14, 3:00 - sunset

Anyways, Terry and I bartledoo'd up from the Fox Cities against the Arctic gale and it wasn't much calmer on the water. We tried drifting, but the gurner slipped off the egg beater and we had to anchor down. Found the whities huddling up in 12 FOW (feet of water) in a current break at a turn in the river after a deeper 18 FOW (feet of water) hole in the main current. The wind swayed the boat back and forth even with two anchors out, but we were able to drop 1/4 oz. jiggers right in the gibblers' mouths. For a short period, they were smashing the fatheads before they reached bottom. Lucky Terry pulled in the three bonus eyes and the yellow bass.

Looking forward to more days like this and the imminent walleye run. Phil will be out there today working his favorite orange jigger tipped with a minnow. Say hi to him if you get a chance.

Good luck to all!

Post reports! Good and bad.

[This post was last edited on 10/10/14 at 9:44 AM]
got2catch1
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10/7/14 10:07 PM CST
Fished 1:30-6:30pm today. Kept 12 crappies 10"-12" and one 8" gill. Released many under 10". Tried for pike, too. No pike, but I did have a bite-off while crappie fishing. 3:30-6:30 was the best time with steady action for me. Watched numerous people come and go empty handed. Wind made boat control a challenge, but if you could tolerate the wind and be a little patient, there were plenty of crappie to be had. Color didn't matter. Jigs and hooks worked equally well, as long as it was tipped with a minnow.

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10/7/14 10:24 AM CST
Fished Saturday afternoon. Launched out of Chico's and headed towards Poygan. Not very many guys fishing but I assume a lot of guys were out smacking ducks and by the way it sounded they must have been doing pretty decent. Fishing was not very good however. Tried jigging for eyes and white bass and only managed to catch a few whiteys. Should only get better as this week moves on though.

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10/1/14 7:34 PM CST
Air Temp: 51° - 55° F
I was at the wolf river last week it was too hot the bass were held up in Oshkosh but with the weather cooling down into the 50's the fall bass run should be starting this weekend or next week. I have read reports of Friday and Saturday possible showers. Go to Wolf River Country look for bait shops and resorts to try and get a fishing report from there. Best of luck to all.

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9/30/14 9:32 PM CST
I too am looking for some info. Ive only ever fished the wolf river a handful of times and heard that there is a fall walleye run? I usually have my boat put away this time of year (most of my time is spent in the woods) My friend Josh and his family are comeing home on leave (stationed in Washington state) and I wanted to take him out while he is here. Im located about 30 min east of fond du lac so any info to help save me and my friend some time would be much appreciated. Willing to fish any part of the wolf river system. Pm me if youd like to share. Thx and good fishing

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9/30/14 11:04 AM CST
Was wondering if the fall whitebass run is on yet? I plan on comming up the weekend of Oct. 24th. I'm there every spring but have missed the last few falls so don't remember when its the best, since I plan on bringing my wife I wanna make sure the bite is on. Any info will be greatly apperciated.

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9/27/14 11:23 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 66° - 70° F Water Temp: 61° - 65° F
Fished from the mouth to chicos Friday. Lots of white bass fishermen. Saw a few caught. I was walleye fishing and kept 5 and threw back lots of smaller fish. Had to work for the bigger fish but they are there. Crawlers did better than minnows. All drifting current breaks and pilings.

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9/20/14 9:50 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 56° - 60° F Water Temp: 56° - 60° F
The fall runs are beginning.

Crappie can be found in the fallen down trees in the main river channel. Small jigs tipped with minnows and slip bobbers are working best.

Good numbers of whitebass are being caught near the rock wall and south by the rat river. Wolf river rigs and minnows are working best. 1/8oz jigs and minnows are also working.

Walleye are slowly moving into the river from Lake Poygan and Winnebego. Drifting and jigging with crawlers has been the best presentation. They are spotty but keep moving and you will find them.


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9/15/14 11:42 PM CST
matt&matt Not sure about a Johnnys in Fremont, however there is a Johnnys little shop of bait in New London. If that is the place you are referring too, the phone number is (920) 982-4802.

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9/15/14 4:51 PM CST
is johnnys bait shop still open? I've called several times. the message is the number is no longer in service.

DENNY FOX
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9/12/14 11:30 AM CST
Hello everyone.

Time To start thinking fall fishing. The fall is good time to be on the wolf river and with high water, it will be better than normal fall period. The heavy push draws fish from far away.

The white bass are starting to show up as the temps keep dropping. The shad are starting to enter the river and lake poygan. They are the connection to the white bass. The fish I have seen are big and strong.

The walleyes are never far behind. Again, with strong current comes more fall fish. There is a Walleye tournament starting Thursday the 18th out of oshkosh. Watch the results for the "national walleye tour" and it should show us how big the fish have gotten over the summer.

The fall crappies have been hit or miss but when found are nice size. They will only get better as the temps drop. Bobbers and minnows in the trees of the main current and back waters have done the trick.

As things progress I will make posts here as well as on www.travelfremont.com

For up to date info on the fly text ice-out to 71441. All winter and spring we send secret info that will put you a day or two ahead of the competition.

Have a great fall and Fremont thanks you for your continued support.

Denny

[This post was last edited on 9/12/14 at 12:13 PM]
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8/26/14 1:21 PM CST
be duck and goose hunters out in force Monday am!

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8/26/14 11:03 AM CST
looking for water temp. still able to water sport in Partridge? duck hunt in 4 weeks

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8/25/14 6:03 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 86° - 90° F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
Fished the river (Fremont area) mostly at night last week, focusing on lit dock areas after dark. Seen a few people on the water during the day but everyone went home after dark. Not a single boat on the water and we were killing the crappies!! Simple presentation: #6 hook, small splitshot, and small fathead minnows. Most fish were 10-12 inches with a few 14 inch fish! We could actually see the crappies chasing minnows about 6 inches below the surface! Escape the daytime heat and fish at night, you will not regret it!

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