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perchkilla
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3/27/15 1:13 PM CST
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Banjwagon
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3/27/15 12:53 PM CST
What's the nearest boat launch to Rat river ?

dinner
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3/27/15 11:08 AM CST
fremont bait and tackle was awesome. Super nice people. They dont count every minnow always get extra. good selection of jigs. listen to the man. he will tell you where and how to catch fish as he did for me. Thanks again!

CHRIS WENZEL
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FISHING REPORT
3/27/15 11:01 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 21° - 25° F Water Temp: Below 40° F
Been a great week on the Wolf. Fishing has been good up and down the river with the key areas being Rat river, Chico's, and Templeton down the Red Banks.

Most guys are using 1/4 jigs with shiners in the deeper water and holes. Early morning and late afternoon seems to be prime time for feeding and the fish will pull up on the sand bars.

Any jig with some type of blue has been hot all week. Wolf Rivers pulled slow has also been good but shorten the down leader to 6-7 inches to get closer to the bottom.

Chance of rain on Sunday and next week with warmer temps might get the fish moving north.


Fremont Bait and Tackle
(920) 505-0145
JIM KLEIST
JIM KLEIST
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FISHING REPORT
3/26/15 10:21 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 16° - 20° F Water Temp: Below 40° F
Late report for Tuesday.

Started out early in cold --16 degrees and then wind picked up. the bite was steady good til noon and then the fishing slowed and the wind got to strong and cold.

We landed some really nice fish up to 25 inches and a lot on fish in the 16 -17 inch size range leaking Milt.

Walleye fishing on the Wolf can be short lived but it is so worth the effort with the great guys I fish with every time I am out there.

I can recommend to take larger minnows and smaller ones too. Success can come down to details like this. One guy was using smaller shiners and was struggling. He used bigger minnows and started to do a lot more catching.

1/4 and 1/8 oz jigs are what I have been using. I just had some walleye for dinner. It is so good! Good luck out there. The fish do not know it is cold. I chase walleyes all over NE Wisconsin April has some great days ahead!

Jim Kleist

Green Bay, Wi

GDfisher
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3/26/15 9:17 PM CST
Thank you for the info on the "rat". As for the out board talk, just put the motor vertical when you pull out, water will drain fine. Going out soon for the first time this year in the boat, can't wait to blow more money I don't have but I love fishing too much to really care! Lol New ST CROIX rod vs bills humm I'll pick fishing every time!!! LOL

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Fish Hound
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FISHING REPORT
3/26/15 8:46 PM CST
"fishhound I dry start my motor after out of the water with freezing"

I didn't post anything about that, I've trimmed down my motor and quick fired it many times in freezing weather.

gillsonfly
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3/26/15 7:53 PM CST
olebuc if you have been here before rat has not changed where it enters wolf Sad Sad Sad Sad

GRISSMAN'S GUIDE SERVICE
GRISSMAN'S GUIDE SERVICE
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3/26/15 3:33 PM CST
Here is the rat


Grissman's Guide Service
(920) 585-3249
olebucketmouth
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3/26/15 3:22 PM CST
Wheres the RAT Its been a long time since ive been there. But plan on going this spring.

pikepounder23
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3/26/15 3:15 PM CST
I am just wondering if anybody knows if you can launch at Duck Inn and go up through the cut to fish by the mouth of the rat?

Might be a dumb question, but any help is appreciated

FVLuke
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3/26/15 3:08 PM CST
Thank you Kindly Mr.Grissman! On another note to those of you with the water question or procedure. In your owners manual for your outboard there are directions to the location of the water drain plug for the block you can easily remove it to drain existing water. Remember the engine block stays warm when you pull your boat out and thus some of you will see steam for a few minuets. River water unlike your car has no antifreeze and will evaporate (boil off) out some after shut down in most cases this allows some room for expansion if remaining water was to freeze ,BUT removing the drain plug takes 5 min and is a much better preventive measure. Water impellers should be replaced every 3 years. I know how to do them so I replace mine every two years and to be honest they didn't need it. They do become brittle and then break and that's when the problem starts. I hate missing a weekend over a $19.00 part . You can dry run them in short intervals if they are fresh and rubbery, If they are old and brittle 30 seconds can take them out. I hope that helps anyone in question Tight lines

Rods of Fury
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3/26/15 2:55 PM CST
When I was out on Monday I saw a 17ft Alumacraft screaming down the rat heading to kiesows

Banjwagon
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3/26/15 2:50 PM CST
Going out this weekend any tips of where to launch my boat

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GRISSMAN'S GUIDE SERVICE
GRISSMAN'S GUIDE SERVICE
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3/26/15 2:47 PM CST
Water is low in there. The stumps are showing not covered by water so I haven't put in there yet but what I could see it's ice free


Grissman's Guide Service
(920) 585-3249
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