Fun to follow your quest for 50. Have you caught all of them from shore? The last 10 will be tough. I couldn't tell exactly all what fish you had caught but didnt think I saw musky, yellow bass, white crappie, gar, brown bullhead, sauger, or quillback. You might want to try Beaver Dam lake, it has most of those species, plus suckers. River below lake is option also. Whenever you decide to tackle yellow bass I can let you know a lake that is a guarantee.
Rock River / Hustisford, Dodge County
MOON PHASE (5%)
36° - 40° F
Below 40° F
I wasn't targeting them, but I caught a couple Channel Catfish. I want to catch a white sucker to add to my list of different species caught. I think it's too early for the sucker run, plus I'm not even sure if they run the Rock River.
MOON PHASE (4%)
Catfish are biting good below the dam today seen a lot of guys keeping some nice sized fish, gotta watch out not to get crossed up with the group snagging carp . I only cleaned up a bags worth of trash when i arrived other than the usuall 2 or 3 , not too often the weather is nice this late in the year might as well take advantage of it !
Hello everyone, was wondering if you fellow lake linkers could help me out. I'm wondering if anyone has any good pointers for catching some sheep said on the rock. if you're willing to share specific locations that would be wonderful, and any other details would help. Thank you, p.m. Me if you'd prefer