I've caught a bunch a perch and bluegill out of the wolf. Just under HWY 10 right where the river meets an inlet. The calmer water is where they usually sit. I've also gotten large mouth bass, northern, white bass and bowfish.
Wolf River - Fremont
My fiancée was paralyzed awhile back and some great friends got her a family lifetime membership to "challenge the outdoors" they are all great people and have a good amount ot outdoor activities including various fishing and hunting events where they make it possible for all to get out and potentially kill your own game and catch your own fish . It's a awesome thing to get into and the disabled are lucky to have such a caring orginazation
MOON PHASE (98%)
Done a lot of shore fishing over the last week or so in Fremont.
Lots of fish caught; majority on crawlers, nothing on minnows. Mostly Drum/Sheephead. Few cats, suckers, and a couple smallmouth and white bass mixed in.
Had a couple small perch also. Is that normal for this part of the river? I been fishing it for a couple years from Fremont all the way up to Shawano, and never caught any before. I thought the current was too much in the river for them so they stuck to the lakes. I've also heard there's Bluegills in the Wolf as well. 6 years of fishing it and never caught one of them here either lol.
Fish I have caught from the Wolf River: Walleye, Sauger, Smallmouth Bass, White Bass, Rock Bass, Drum, Burbot, Bowfin, Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, Trout (not sure what kind, it was only 6"), Channel Cat, Flathead Cat, Bullhead, Lake Sturgeon, Black Crappie, Suckers/Carp, and one 12" Muskie.
How many other species are out there that someone can catch (other than minnow size fish)? Anyone catch anything really unique? The Bowfin and Burbot were my two most unique fish. I didnt know what they were til I got home and looked it up and compared pics. Caught only 1 of each, both were about 3 years ago, and the Trout was 2 years ago.
Im a disabled fisherman age 52. I dont own a boat so I shore fish when I can find a spot thats handicap accessible. I fish mostly for catfish cause I moved here from Arkansas and have never caught a walleye or muskie or northern. Looking for a few fishing spots to shore fish from. I live in Appleton but cant eat the catfish here in the Fox. Also if anyone is looking for a fishing buddy Im quiet and unassuming. I just love to fish.
My name is Robert and my number is 920-944-4071.