Wolf River - Fremont

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TODAY @ 10:23 PM
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drkstr71
drkstr71
USER since 6/15/01

MOON PHASE (69%)
Waning Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Partly Sunny

AIR TEMP
81° - 88° F

WATER TEMP
66° - 70° F

Got on the water yesterday right after the rain moved through. I think the rain had an effect on the bite as it was tough fishing for us and most folks we talked to. Ended the day with about 40 most caught up by Redbanks. These are just some dressed and getting ready for the smoker. Many still had eggs so it aint over yet.

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TODAY @ 4:15 PM
Jimmy p
Jimmy p
USER since 5/6/16

Hello...heading up to Fremont for the first time with two kids...any quick tips and locations to help keep the kids interested?

Thanks...have a save weekend out there on the river.

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TODAY @ 2:36 PM
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shackman
shackman
USER since 4/1/02

MOON PHASE (69%)
Waning Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Raining

AIR TEMP
71° - 75° F

WATER TEMP
66° - 70° F

Slow going today guys, a few missed hits here and there between catches. Biting very soft, you need to let them take the jig/minnow for a few seconds before setting the hook. Over half I caught this morning had eggs in them yet, so the run is still definitely on. Beer thirty now! 

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TODAY @ 11:42 AM
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Bear B8
Bear B8
USER since 2/15/04

MOON PHASE (69%)
Waning Gibbous

CONDITIONS
Cloudy

AIR TEMP
71° - 75° F

WATER TEMP
61° - 65° F

Fished yesterday from 7:30 to 11:00.  Caught 43 whitebass. All males. Most were still full of milt !!  2 were milting in the boat . 5 to 15 FOW.  Caught half the whites on a sinker minnow.  Other half on wolf rig. By 10:00 screen went blank. Only fished 1 spot. Females were somewhere else. Probably spawing shallow would be my guess.  Hope I can make it back 1 more time before its over.  Should be good in between showers that are coming. Good Luck to everyone !!

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5/26/16 @ 12:38 PM
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toyman2k
toyman2k
USER since 5/15/02

MOON PHASE (78%)
Waning Gibbous

My sinker ALWAYS touches bottom on every bounce.....GOOD REPORTS~~ !! 

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5/26/16 @ 8:59 AM
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bigkeith29
bigkeith29
USER since 8/27/12

MOON PHASE (78%)
Waning Gibbous

had a great trip with dad started in omro nothin oshkosh and winnconne same nothin. went and fished at red banks and we killed them brought home around 200 could have caught as many as we wanted. used fly tipped with minnow best color was purple with pink and glitter. had 2 switch flys a couple times cause i would be down 2 a little piece of pink string left..ive always stayed at wolf river house in winn. cause it was in the middle of everything fox,wolf which ever way i wanted 2 go but the last few yrs. theres been nothin on the fox and there wasnt even people on the bridge in winn. so booked red banks 4 next yr. so u know they will be killing them on the fox and at winn. good fishin everyone see u next yr!!

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5/25/16 @ 8:06 PM
Irsl8er
Irsl8er
USER since 5/25/16

And you don't need the wolf river rig, since your sinker ain't really hitting the bottom, just snap and reel, snap and reel

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5/25/16 @ 8:03 PM
Irsl8er
Irsl8er
USER since 5/25/16

Someone asked for a setup for them wb.  I call this the captain jack special, works great boating or shore.  Re and blue feathered fly.  1 ft sinker 3/4 with the fly dangling out about 4 ft.  Even when they aren't hitting and you can fish you will get 70% during the run.  Literally used to watch oldan jack(some of you may know him) and my father cast out 15 in a row and each cast bring one in.  The day it was snowing couple weeks back we caught a hundred in a few houra.  Simple set up, enjoy.

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5/25/16 @ 6:01 PM
bigsaw
bigsaw
USER since 1/30/10

10-12 inches is fine.

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5/25/16 @ 4:05 PM
Tstraub67
Tstraub67
USER since 1/14/13
Just a quick question, I was wondering how far you are putting the split shot up from the hook,  about a foot or two? plan on going this weekend and usually use wolf river rigs. Thank you

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5/25/16 @ 8:32 AM
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Chris Wenzel
Fremont Bait
USER since 4/13/14

MOON PHASE (86%)
Waning Gibbous

Quick report from past two days.  Still hearing some huge numbers being caught. Yesterday was the first day the fish were more on drops but most are still 3-10 feet on top of the sand and weed edges.  Split shot and a minnow is still the best way but depending on the spot, purple and red fly on Wolf River rigs also been hot.  Demon spinners are also a blast once you find an active school.

 Some fish have spawned but a lot still are loaded with eggs.


Fishing is going to stay hot as long as the water stays warm and now we are going to get some rain that will also help raise the river up.  Don't overlook the night bite.  Big numbers and less pressure.


There are still plenty of walleye around too and being caught by accident mixed in with the white bass.  The Poygan bite is improving also.








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5/25/16 @ 3:16 AM
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River monster
River monster
USER since 12/11/15

MOON PHASE (86%)
Waning Gibbous

Ok well we all know not all people know how to catch fish when they are picky, and they are. But seems like people bake and fight non respecting boaters all day when you can wait till the sun goes down and sit right on top of them. Thats when they really put the feed bags on. Dont have to work that hard. It was a great night on the rock wall. Everyone getting em. River rigs n minno.  Also split shot minno.  Good luck and much fun.

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5/23/16 @ 10:29 AM
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.Long Barrels
.Long Barrels
USER since 12/9/14

MOON PHASE (97%)
Waning Gibbous

The WB are NOT done,  not even close.  Every single Female i saw saturday had eggs and there were five,  5 gallons buckets full.  I don't know what people are trying to pull,  but the river is plenty big for everyone.  The WB are a week behind with that cold front that came through.  This week and weekend should be excellent.  Could even be the best weekend yet.  It's hard to beat two 120 qt coolers full,  but I can't see it being done any time soon.

I had water temps at 66.4 saturday around 7pm

Edited on 5/23/16 10:30 AM
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5/23/16 @ 9:31 AM
shackman
shackman
USER since 4/1/02

Many good days ahead yet, most are full of semi-hard eggs,so spawning needs to happen yet. Picked up two walleyes (small males) and 86 W.B. on Saturday.

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5/22/16 @ 11:14 PM
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gaff1
gaff1
USER since 3/19/12

MOON PHASE (99%)
Waning Gibbous

water temp.-60-63 f.

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