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SanderMan
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6/16/15 7:29 AM CST
The incident with Sliverfish1: I know a lot of folks on here want boaters to either go by them very slow or WOT so they don't have to put up with the passing wakes, but this example, which happens quite a bit is why I personally hate the WOT pass. The river is small especially when you take away the shallow portions that no one wants to use. I would much rather have someone go by me pushing a big wake (trying to stay as far away as possible) at a reasonable speed than scream by. I'll deal with the wake. The WOT pass doesn't give either boat time or room for any evasive maneuvers if necessary. Add 10-20 boats in a 100 yard box and it just gets worse. I'm not trying to start an argument on here, and if you (by "you" I mean the guilty ones who aren't the type to be on a site like this, not you) choose to go WOT that's your business, but if you see someone in your path that's waving you off don't get bent, he probably just doesn't trust your skills. And yes, I've had the same experiences as Silverfish1.

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6/16/15 6:48 AM CST
FYI to fellow anglers. was fishing with 2 friends on sat in a 16.5' mirocraft with a 50hp. drifting down the river when a 28 ft cruiser was coming up river full speed. thought for sure he had to see us. before we new it he was not going to turn. the hull of his boat missed our out board by 2-4 inchs wipping our boat 180 degrees and knocking one guy down. a huge wave came stern to bow washing down the entire boat and putting way to much water into our boat. a boat ahead of us witnessed the entire thing and said the guy just waved to them so he clearly did not see us. we caught up to him at the party doll and he got a vist from the winnibago county sheriffs dept. be carefull out there.

five-eye
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6/13/15 10:02 PM CST
Fished this afternoon using mepps spinners and river rigs. Managed 22 whites, 7 smallies and 3 small pike. Also had what looked to be a mid sized muskie follow up to the boat. All caught on current breaks with minimal boat traffic around.

CHRIS WENZEL
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6/9/15 7:59 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 66° - 70° F
Thanks to everyone for the great White Bass run. We met so many awesome people that share our passion for fishing.

The white bass continue to hang around. Reports are most boats are getting 15-50 fish a day with some other species mixed in. Still mostly males and as long as we see high water the fish will stay around. Snapping purple flies is the best but try to lengthen the leader to 4-6 ft. Dragging a wolf river with a minnow is working too. Demon spinners are worth some casts in the shallows now that the river is back up.

Bluegills are spawning and probably be finishing up soon. Shallow flats are stacked with beds. The fish are very vulnerable this time of year so please practice selective fishing so we can protect our great resource.

Channel cats are still all over. Good numbers and a great fight. Most are being caught on stink bait and from sundown on. They start to move out of the channels to feed.

For all the white bass anglers out there, rumor is there are huge numbers in Oshkosh from both boat and shore.

Good luck everyone.


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6/1/15 9:03 PM CST
Ok quick report. fishing was fantastic today! water temp 63 degrees started at around 8am not a sole in the water and only saw 3 other boats and few speed race boats. fished til noonish and then hit Hotel Fremont for some homemade Pizza! fish are on fire in shallow on spinners. tried my flies and nothing doin! plain rig n minnow from Mr. Chris at Fremont bait took some as well. red / purple / black demons / yellow demons and well any spinner took fish and the kids had an absolute ball. guess what ? out of the 38 I cleaned over 30 had spawn ready to pop and the rest spawned out. funny how there was only one other trailer at the launch and no one in site and the fish are biting. should be another week as they push back down to the lake. you cant usually take a pic in front of the sign at the launch....hahaha today you could Wink

[This post was last edited on 6/1/15 at 9:04 PM]
jigman47
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6/1/15 1:13 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F Water Temp: 56° - 60° F
We went to Fremont and most of the time we spent pulling in sheeps. After two hours of that we went to Butt Des Mort and fished the areas around the reeds and we got into the eyes and whites. All of the fish that cleaned were spawned out. It looks like they will be back in the lake very soon.

JusTwaiT
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6/1/15 11:07 AM CST
It has been quiet on here in the past weeks regarding the White bass bites. Is anyone still catching them this past weekend? Just need to get an idea if they will be still around by the coming weekend. Just sucks how the weather was perfect on the workdays and then crappy on fun days. Thanks.

outboardnutt
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5/30/15 3:02 PM CST
Moebetter Did u have time to check on the Plano model number 730 bait bucket?

SteveoAE
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5/27/15 11:05 PM CST
Conditions: Raining Air Temp: 71° - 75° F
Late post from memorial day. Had another great day. 33 plus a catfish. All on spinners. Bite is still strong.

lee.tou2
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5/26/15 11:40 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny
sorry late report fished on the 23rd by the public fishing dock in Fremont, there were a few people and many left before long. only spotted about 3-5 boats around the area, my dad managed a bite but then we went without a bite for over an hour. Last time i was up there 2 weeks ago the whities were all over the place, i wonder if this is signaling the end of the run.

JusTwaiT
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5/26/15 9:54 PM CST
Wondering what will the white bass forecast be like this saturday...giving the temp drop.

outboardnutt
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5/26/15 6:27 PM CST
OMG That would be GREAT if you found the other half! I will pay for shipping It has sentimental value if you believe it or not

Moebetter
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5/26/15 1:56 PM CST
Outboardnutt, I think I have what your looking for. Let me check my boat.

[This post was last edited on 5/26/15 at 4:58 PM]
CHRIS WENZEL
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5/26/15 12:26 PM CST
Conditions: Raining Air Temp: 71° - 75° F
White bass are spawning! They are shallow and easy to catch. Grab your demon spinners and head to the shallows. Red banks has been the best spot today despite the rain but any of the sand flats should be good.

Good Luck!


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5/24/15 11:02 PM CST
Went up to the Wolf for a long weekend. We left early (today) due to the rain.

We started out about 20 minutes downriver from New London and went to the Fremont Hotel for lunch.

Easily passed 100 boats on the way, and only saw two boats pull in any White Bass. I tried in Fremont too, and had similar results.

I ran into a group at the Hotel who said that they were catching around 20 per day. I didn't know them, but they seemed like they were putting their time in.

On the way back toward New London, I found a steep rocky shoreline, with a nice shelf. I wasn't 10 feet from shore and was 18 feet deep. I started pitching Carolina rigs tipped with a crawler halfs and did really well. There wasn't a boat anywhere near me which was nice. Action wasn't fast and furious and the bite was lite. I felt a tug about every other cast, and caught a fish about every 3 casts or so.

I was 40 minutes upriver from Fremont, and there were plenty of WB around.

All fish were males and were really milking...

Water temp was 63.

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