I am looking for some one to fish Muskies with on Little Lake Butte Des Morts. I don’t have a boat but I would be willing to split the cost of gas. Not only that but I would be willing to give you one of my custom Muskie bucktails. I am a fairly good angler who has caught some Muskies. I also make muskie and Pike Jigs. I am easy going, you won’t have to entertain me. I live in Menasha just 10 minuets from Fritze Park. Here are a few photos of my custom bucktails
Yes bring rod&reel. Also jig heads 1/8, 1/4, 5/16, & 3/8 unpainted round heads work well . Hook sizes: 1/0, 2/0, maybe a#1 for fishing ring worms. I have been using a bright green one. Definitely some plastic tubes . 3-4”. Brown, dark green, white. Tube inserts. And lastly some 3.4,5” grubs Kalin is the best because the tails are very supple. Go to Fritze Park. West shore. Start on shore by boat landing. Fish both sides of the trestle trail bridge. They could be any where. I have not tried the West shoreline on the north side of trestle but there maybe bass there too. I caught 17 in the last two days. I may be there. I wear red framed glasses. And have a full grey beard
MOON PHASE (11%)
81° - 88° F
76° - 80° F
Trestle trail continues to produce perch on an active bait.
Slip bobers where not effective. Had my best luck on a small drop shot setup with 6inch tag.
Bass fishing on the other hand is proving far more difficult. Does anybody know if bass are in good numbers on this lake. I have tried for them many times. Weeds, structure, under docks. I just cannot find a bite. Just curious if they are even in there
MOON PHASE (61%)
66° - 70° F
76° - 80° F
Went under the Trestle Trail looking for perch last night from 6:30 to 8:30. Had good action on perch with a small jig head and a piece of crawler. The nights excitement was when an 8 lb Flathead hit. Quite a fight for an ultralight pole with 6 lb test but we landed him.