The Rock River Rescue will host our annual Cash for Carp Tournament Saturday, June 2nd from 7 a.m to 5 p.m. at Riverside Park in Watertown. We're paying $1 per carp caught by any legal method within the city of Watertown. There is no cost to enter, but you must register at Riverside Park before you begin. Message me if you have any questions. C'mon out, help us thin out the carp population!
Rock River / Hustisford, Dodge County
Fishing here has been as slow as the water is for this time of year. Horrible. I did catch 1 buffalo last time I was out, on a jig and plastic in the mouth of all things, happens ocassionally. Still surprised by the number of guys down here this year for how slow its been, but water is low everywhere and slow for fishing.
MOON PHASE (11%)
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.
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.