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black cap
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4/17/14 2:36 AM CST
Meant to say- park outside of a marsh and wait for the fish to come into the river to feed. They usually bounce in and out of the marshes if they are staged up until the games actually begin

black cap
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4/17/14 2:34 AM CST
If they are locked up waiting to spawn, park outside of a marsh and long line with 1/8 oz jigs. Best bite will be dawn and dusk.

Team Death Wish
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4/16/14 10:44 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 36° - 40° F Water Temp: Below 40° F
Battled the 20mph winds today from 3pm-7pm didn't boat a single fish. We jigged with gulp minnows. It was extremely hard to give a good presentation w/wind/current today. Saw 1 walleye caught on a stick bait by one of the floating shacks. Talked to a few other boats and they didn't have any luck! Water temp 39.5 to40.5

wootnshoo2
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4/16/14 6:20 PM CST
Fish_Craft, I was going to say that the fish tend to be in the water, but that would have been way too easy. I believe the majority of the fish are in the marshes, hopefully the increased current will draw some more fish in to the system. overall its been real slow almost everywhere from the mouth to Shiocton. With the warmer weather coming this weekend, things should pick up a bit.

Fish_Craft
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4/16/14 2:02 PM CST
Hi, I was thinking about heading out tomorrow morning and was wondering if anyone can give me information on where fish tend to be right now. Haven't been out since this past weekend.

Thank you in advance, -Fish_Craft

AJ Big Boy
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4/13/14 6:45 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy
Slow bite around New London all the way up to Cable Crossing. One fish per boat seemed to be the good word. Our one fish was this 22 inch male. Empty!

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CAPT. JEFF NUECHTERLEIN
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4/13/14 8:57 AM CST
The down stream walleye bite should be picking up towards the tail half of this week. I'd say by Thursday, we will see some good numbers of fish heading back down. Easy pickings! I live minutes from Shaw's Landing just south of New London and will be running evening specials this spring for those who want to get out and experience the down run bite. 4pm to dusk for 2 anglers $250. If you are interested let me know!


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mybluegill
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4/12/14 6:48 PM CST
I am hoping someone can help out a boatless fishing nut. I am looking for some shore fishing spots along the river that would be somewhat private and quiet, anywhere along the river, and would have a good possibility of catching a couple fish. Also, what is the best way to shore fish the river? River rigs? Your help is greatly appreciated! Please PM me your thoughts - thank you.

Hunt2fish
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4/12/14 1:52 PM CST
Fished from 7-1130 and ended up with 2 keepers and this fat cow my dad caught. Pink jigs with fatheads

Jzzzzz
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4/12/14 1:25 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 51° - 55° F
3 of us fished last evening for about 5 hrs, and not a bite! didnt see any other boats catching either, many people out and already boats going 5 ft from other boats at full throttle, gatta love the wolf in spring! hope down run is better.

goodfishin all! and be safe

bass master$
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4/12/14 1:25 PM CST
Winnebagoviking She was all spawned out. Water temp was just shy of 45 deg. I was told that they are on there way back.i do believe some truth to that.& the way she smacked the jig leads me to believe it . probably the hardest hitting walleye iv had during the spawn. What are your observations of the run?

Shaker_Taker
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4/12/14 1:06 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 46° - 50° F Water Temp: 40° - 45° F
Extremely slow the last few days...lots of hours on the water and nothing to show for all the work and time invested. The boat traffic was a zoo at times but being the weekend I guess that is to be expected. Also decided to fish the midnight hours this morning to see if there was possibly a "night bite" - not a bump. Plenty of sturgeon, a catfish, carp, and a few rock bass - maybe saw one walleye caught. Can't even see one on the cam today...

WinnebagoViking
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4/12/14 12:59 PM CST
bass master$,

Do you think she had spawned, yet?

bass master$
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4/12/14 12:55 PM CST
I got one 23inch before the rain moved in.got it on a purple & white jig with a piece of uncle josh's crawler...wish the rain wasn't so bad.but fun while it lasted

HowBig
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4/12/14 8:18 AM CST
Went out this morning for a bit. No bits, and didn't see any fish caught. Lots and lots of boats out.

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