Would it be worth cast off the break wall for walleye or is anyone getting any perch. Thanks
Bayshore Park Landing, Brown County
MOON PHASE (72%)
Trolled in bumpy conditions this AM 8-11:30. No other boats around as we went from Red River back to Bayshore. Big sheapshead , small perch and walleyes were released, one nice perch was kept. Nothing on body baits, all on crawlers with big blades doing better than small ones. Fished in 8-16 foot depths. Got back and pushed the boat back to it's spot, and the sun came out and the wind died. Go figure....
MOON PHASE (83%)
71° - 75° F
Air was warm but the water was freezing cold. Fished blind,(PK forgot sonar), and headed north because of the wind. Looked bad after 2 hours of nothing but then caught an 18 incher on deep diving ghost minnow. Rain spattered us a couple of times but the wind died and stayed warm.
MOON PHASE (57%)
MOON PHASE (3%)
21° - 25° F
Below 40° F
Switched it up from my normal spot at Volks and fished this morning from 8-1, 2 of us kept 14 and a bonus walleye, and lost the rest of our limits. 15FOW, Vexilar was a must. Sliders/waxies took majority. Didn't sound like others nearby were doing as well.