I had a really special opportunity yesterday when I was able to take out a combat veteran fishing for the first time. We caught some really nice gills and a few smallies. I didnt get everything on video because my friend seemed a little camera shy at first. Special thanks to Justin Kohn for pointing me in the right direction for panfish as I usually dont target them and I had no idea what I was doing LOL! I believe fishing and the outdoors can heal many wounds and I know this trip was very helpful for my friend.
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As my youtube channel is nearing 1000 subscribers I guess I am willing to try anything to get them LOL! (see vid)
Had a great time on Big Green yesterday. Fished tubes, sinkos and dropshot style baits in 12-15 feet of water. Had a hard time finding schools of large fish so we moved real close to the docks and surprisingly had all of our big fish real tight to the shore. I had a couple of break off from super giants and we caught one bonus walleye. Fishing is only going to get better.
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Had a good few days during the middle of the week after Labor Day Monday Tuesday thru Friday landed 10 Northern and two walleyes. All keeper size. Plus the smallest large mouth ever. He was smaller than the lure. 14 to 18 FOW. Rapala jointed J13 crank baits. Most action in Norwegian Bay, Malcom Bay and Pigeon Cove. Some along Sliding Rock. East end was empty and weedy. Good luck!
First time user of this site. Been reading posts for a few years and thank you to all of you who put quality reports up for us amateurs! They have been very helpful. Was wondering if anyone does any late season bluegill fishing on this lake, and any tips on where to find them would be appreciated.
Heading out in the morning looking for some walleyes. This will be my first time ever fishing here! I live on Winnebago but it has been dead for me last few times, have read past reports and will try trolling Spinners and cranks in the 40-70 fow range. Any other tips appreciated, PM me if you'd like! Thanks Jim.
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I LOVE trying to figure this lake out. We marked lots of schools of baitfish in 25-35 feet of water and I could see fish underneath the bait but the problem I had was the bait was moving and it was hard to stay on them. It was cool trying to figure it out and we caught a couple. I can't wait to go back out and learn more! Guys that are trolling crawler harnesses in 40-50ft seem to be doing well for eyes and cats.
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I troll with down riggers for trout all the time. Typically 80 to 140 feet. Weeds are not a problem at that depth. And yes, the guides like Walker and
Though jigging works also.