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fishinggirl90
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7/27/15 7:26 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 91° - 95° F
I enjoy fishing a lot, but when it comes to expert level, I would only classify myself as a beginner, so whenever i can find tips or resources, i like to take advantage of it. I enjoy fishing the rivers, so i am glad to see someone else enjoys it as much as i do! I think Larry does a great job breaking down what bait and techniques should be used when it comes to different types of water. I have been watching every week and love that Larry changes it up!

https://youtu.be/XL4ufnUtmfE

south shore guy
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7/16/15 1:08 PM CST
Read the post previous. Spells it out very clear except for maybe way points. ;)

fishing wizard
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7/16/15 11:44 AM CST
I'm planning on coming up to the river this weekend to try for some smallmouth or largemouth. Has anyone been having any luck or could someone give me a few pointers on where to start or what to look for. Any information is greatly appreciated. Thanks

CHRIS WENZEL
CHRIS WENZEL
Joined: 4/13/2014
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FISHING REPORT
7/10/15 1:42 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 76° - 80º F
Fish are finally in their summer patterns. The river has gone down a lot in the past week and about at normal levels for summertime.

Walleye bite has been pretty good for the past couple weeks. Stick close to the mouth of Poygan dragging jigs with either leeches or half a crawler. There has been some caught right in town and also on the rock wall.

Bluegill are a couple weeks off the beds and few males are still around protecting fry. Best method has been just a crawler and hook and a split shot close to deeper water and the spawning flats.

Crappie fishing has been very good to excellent. Trees and docks are the best bet and mouths of creeks and channels. Watch for the bait and don't be afraid to try at night. The trick is to move and cover water as much as possible. They are pretty good size but not schooled up like they will in the fall.

Partridge and weedy creeks have been good for northern pike. Either a medium sucker or casting a Mepps to shallow flats.

There are still a couple schools of white bass around and they are always on the move. The rock wall into partridge has been the best spot. Live minnows or small spinners work good. Again look for the bait especially closer to dark.

Channel cats have ranged from small to large and mostly caught on cut bait (dead suckers) or dip bait. With the water finally going down its should turn on pretty good. Flatheads are best caught at night on live medium suckers.

Largemouth bass are setting up in the eel grass and duck weed. Frogs early and late are the most fun but most anything will work when you find some weeds. The small mouth are are the main river rock. Stick to the deeper rocks with current. Poppers and spinner baits have been the best.

Come out and enjoy the great weather.


Fremont Bait and Tackle
(920) 505-0145
big dog 25
big dog 25
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7/9/15 10:13 PM CST
coming up to the wolf sunday thur wednesday , like to know whats biting. thanks

worksux1
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FISHING REPORT
6/29/15 10:22 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 71° - 75° F
Fished this past Friday to Sunday. Got some nice size crappie early in the morning fishing the piers in Partridge Lake. The catfish night bite was awful. Couldn't get a darn sheephead to hit a nightcrawler sitting on the bottom. Thanks a bunch to Chris over at Fremont Bait for lending us an extension cord for our boat and providing us with excelent fishing tips. Also fished many of the river's bays for largemouth with very little luck. Ironically, although fishing was tough I managed to catch probably the toughest fish to catch on a hook and line. First time in 30 years I caught a Gar. I was always told they do not eat live bait.

billy baru bgame
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6/16/15 12:51 PM CST
Wide open throttle

matt&matt
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6/16/15 12:46 PM CST
what is a WOT pass?

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.

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
five-eye
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FISHING REPORT
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
CHRIS WENZEL
Joined: 4/13/2014
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FISHING REPORT
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.


Fremont Bait and Tackle
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toyman2k
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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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FISHING REPORT
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.

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