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habbababba
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8/9/15 7:34 PM CST
My friend and I want to make a day of of fishing the wolf. We really only know 2 shore spots so if anyone could offer some help on catching some smallies and maybe if we're lucky some whities, walleyed, or pike thrown in there. Don't need ur secret spots just places we can go that are easy enough to find. I leave for Colorado on Tuesday so I want one last hoorah.

Fish Stik
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5/31/15 9:13 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 56° - 60° F Water Temp: 61° - 65° F
Fished from 10-2 today between Weiland's and Red Banks. With the major change in weather we didn't have high hopes going out, but wanted to do some fishing anyways. The first hour was very slow with no action at all. We moved quite a bit and finally found some White Bass and managed to put a dozen or so in the livewell. All fish came from the same 200' section of river bank. The sun felt great, but the wind was chilly at times. The river was up quite a bit after the recent rain and the water current was rippin' pretty good. Surface temp around 64 degrees all day. Spinners took all of the fish. Nothing on flies.

lindy-riggin fool
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4/12/15 8:30 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny
Been out numerous times this year done well some days, some days they were few and far between.1/4 oz no bigger color doesn't seem to be too much preference. If you know how to jig that's all you gotta know. Some guys just troll out on big body's of water and it shows when they lose more jigs in one drift than we will all year. Just gotta be a little bit quicker than them snags and know how to work a jig that's all. Seen some guy at shaws landing yesterday too power load his big triton and thought it was a good idea to raise motor and punch it..second later 15 foot rooster tail and three or four soaked people on dock just about to head out..felt bad..but how dumb you really dumb..anyways good luck we'll be out tomorrow again pullin em in

Couple pics of fish this year

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RYAN RELIEN
RYAN RELIEN
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4/9/15 7:22 AM CST
I was out yesterday afternoon on a half day trip. We had fair action between 2:30 and 5:30. I again fished 8-13 ft of water with 1/4 oz jigs. We put 6 fish in the boat. 4 spawned out females and two prespawn fish. There are very few males around. In fact I didn't see a small fish caught. I think most of the adult size fish are spawning this week. There are waves of post spawn females coming back. Get on the water this next week as spawning comes to a end and the majority of the fish start to migrate back to the lake.


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RYAN RELIEN
RYAN RELIEN
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4/6/15 4:58 PM CST
Fished down river from New London today. Had steady action on prespawn females. Put 12 spawners in the boat,Only had 3 males. Released all the females. Long strait stretches in 8-13 ft seemed to be best. Orange and blue were our best colors. Water temp was at 44-45. Every day , more a more post spawn fish are showing up. The next couple weeks are looking good. Cool temps should prolong the spawn and good fishing should continue. If anyone wants to get out I have April 8 ,13,14,& 15 open. My rates are currently reduced to reflect "lower" fuel costs. Call for rates and to schedule a half of full day trip.

[This post was last edited on 4/6/15 at 5:03 PM]

Fritz's Guide Service
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Hunt2fish
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4/6/15 9:36 AM CST
Fished from shore this morning casting Rapalas, caught 2 males and lost 2 at shore. Black and gold was the ticket.

dadhunter
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4/5/15 11:24 PM CST
Curtdogg11, what did you hook the sturgeon on? Bottom?

Plan B
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4/5/15 7:32 PM CST
Where does everyone fish around here? Please let me know

tatootweety
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4/5/15 6:10 PM CST
Went out Saturday 4-4 caught 3 walleyes.

gillslyer
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4/3/15 9:35 PM CST
Spawned out fish are showing up

curtdogg11
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4/3/15 7:09 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Air Temp: 41° - 45° F
Was fishing from shore at memorial park and only caught 1 little walleye. Me and a friend each hooked into very large sturgeon but broke off before landing them.

SanderMan
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4/3/15 6:51 PM CST
Shad

Besides the huge gut on her right now full of eggs, here's a quick primer on ID'ing male from female.

1 Examine the size of your walleye. Females tend to grow faster and larger than males. They are considered fully grown at one year, giving you a more accurate idea of the sex of your fish.

2 Observe behaviors during spawning. Males will discharge a white fluid during early spring, a process known as "milting" that fertilizes laid eggs.

3 Examine the walleye's posterior. The anus on a male is circular while the anus of a female resembles a keyhole, and the female's will become larger once it is time for her to lay eggs.

4 Examine the weight of your walleye. A male will weigh less and look slimmer than a female, with a more streamlined appearance; female walleyes are rounder and plump.

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Shad
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4/3/15 6:27 PM CST
How the heck do so many people know a male from a female unless they are milking? Please share this with me and many other honest fisherman as it is certainly a mystery that so many people say we let go all the spawners when the stringer looks like heavy girls to me?

CAPT. JUSTIN KOHN
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4/3/15 5:46 PM CST
Vertical jigging Berkley power minnows did the best for us today in 12-24 fow. Released the spawners and caught lots of others!

GRISSMAN'S GUIDE SERVICE
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4/2/15 7:53 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy Water Temp: 40° - 45° F
Got out for a few hours today. Vertical jigging with orange jigs and also green jigs 1/4 oz caught the fish let a few females go and kept my limit of males. If anyone wants to get out give me a call 920-585-3249


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