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6/8/21 @ 12:35 PM
FISHING REPORT
Kurt Justice
USER SINCE 5/12/04

WOW!  We got hit with a heatwave for those of us in Northern Wisconsin this past weekend!   Temps in the low 90’s pushed lake surface temps into the 70’s and threw off some fish and anglers alike!  We are well into the bluegill spawning stage on many lakes while some large and cooler lakes still have bedding Smallmouth.

Bluegills:  Very Good – With gills moving into shallow with many bedding up already.  The Bluegill fishing has been hot!  Poppers, small leeches, thunderbugs, and tiny tubes all working.  Be kind at this vulnerable time as studies show that large male Bluegill are very important for maintaining quality Bluegills.  These males are very important for guarding nests, so treat these fish like bass!  Get ‘em back to their nest quickly to provide good year classes for the future.

Smallmouth Bass:  Very Good – Many done with spawn, but hitting tubes, creature baits and 3” swimbaits.  Season Catch and Release only until June 19th.  Big smallies to 5 ½# reported over the weekend.

Walleye:  Good - Fair – Heat and sun hurt daytime bite though some good catches reported during windows of activity.  Leeches hot bait, but Chubs also producing in and along weed beds of 7-14’.  Some anglers working swimbaits and Gulp minnows on 1/8 – ¼ oz jigs.  Reporting hard hits working weeds.

Musky:  Good – Fair – Large swimbaits and Marabou Bucktails were the ticket over the weekend.   Action improved as the heat cycle extended.  Evening action on top water picking up also.

Northern Pike:  Good – Fair – Fast moving Spinnerbaits and Chatterbaits best.  Fish thick weeds for best action;  Weedless Swimjig with Swimbait trailer also good.

Crappies:  Good – Fair – Need to fan cast weed tops in 7-12’ with small Twister tails to locate; then fish small minnows at weed top level or just below.

Largemouth Bass:  Good-Fair – Good action on tube jigs along inside weed edges.  Wacky Worms effective late morning through mid-afternoon until the sun lowers, then start up top-water Whopper Ploppers!

Yellow Perch:  Good – Fair – Still not getting much direct attention, but thunderbugs and medium leeches around drowned timber or weed flats of 8-10’ best.

The early heat is playing havoc on wild bait trappers.   Leeches are in short supply, while Redtailed Chubs, Black Chubs, Walleye Suckers, Mud Minnows and DACE are almost impossible to find.  Try experimenting with more swimming style plastics where applicable.  Fathead and crawler supplies still good.

Kurt Justice

Kurt’s Island Sport Shop

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6/8/21 @ 10:12 AM
hockeyguy39
USER SINCE 8/24/07

A friend who doesn't fish much is bringing her two sons up to stay on Wind Pudding Lake, just SW of Lake Tomahawk, in August. She contacted me and asked for any info I could give her to help make sure her boys caught some fish. I haven't found a lot of info, other than that there are fish in there lol. I mentioned the standard spinners/top waters for bass/northern and crawler bits under a bobber for pannies, but does anyone have any additional advice for this lake?   It also looks pretty weedy in most parts of the lake. At that time of year, will it just be a sloppy mess you can't get a lure/bait through? There's supposedly a park on the lake, which I can't seem to locate on google maps. Is it off Bass Road on the east side? 

Also mentioned driving around to check out some different lakes as well.  So many options  up there I'd hate for them to stay in one spot, especially if they're not catching anything there. 

6/3/21 @ 2:11 PM
FISHING REPORT
JeffTCG
Jeff Bolander
USER SINCE 8/25/13
FISHING REPORTS:

Honestly, the fishing has really picked up.  This is why early to mid June is my favorite time of the year. When you hook a fish you usually don't know what it will be until it gets to the boat.  The Crappie, Bluegill, Large Mouth Bass, Small Mouth Bass and Rock Bass are in some stage of the spawning process.  What stage they are in depends on the lake.  Smaller darker lakes will be weeks ahead of the larger clearer lakes.

Today we were on one of those larger clearer lakes and the fish were right up against the shore line in the bushes.  We caught crappie, bass and bluegill.  We used mini mites and minnows.  We lost a lot of bobbers cuz like i said, we needed the bait to be right up next to or in the wooded brush.  Two feet outside of it... nothing.  But that was that lake. And we didn't know that until we started fishing.  You gotta figure it out, folks.

A couple of days ago we were catching bass and walleye in 10-15 fow on crawlers only.  Luckily the water temperature on that lake was over 60 so when I fell in off the pier getting out of the boat it wasn't too cold.  First time for me.  Pretty funny it was.  Sorry you missed it.

The weeds are greening up nicely.  Stay near their deep edges.  That's where all the action is.  Even if they're not biting that's where they are staging.  Remember the spawning process.  Week before the spawn they are all feeding.  During the spawn on the beds for a week the males are protecting.  After the spawn the females recover and the males feed for a week and then the females feed for a week.  This is not perfect scientific timing but you get the idea.

So the panfish are rocking now and so are the walleye.  Depending on the lake walleye are in 10-20 fow during the day and shallow rocks and weeds during low light period.  Most lakes crawlers are successful while the usual larger deeper lake the minnows still rule.

Its great to see all the folks in the northwoods again.  Lots of smiles and lots of sun tans developing!  Get out there with your family and friends and make some memories...

Our store hours are M-T-W-Th 6am to 7pm, Fr 6am to 10pm, Sat 6am to 7pm and Sunday 6am to 5pm.

Our minnows all come direct from trappers in central Wisconsin. Right now we just have crappie minnows, large fatheads, XL fatheads (Tuffys), Dace minnows, Blacktail chubs, River Shiners, Northern minnows and Walleye Suckers.  We have plenty of jumbo night crawlers from Canada, along with Jumbo panfish worms and wax worms.  As always, crawlers are available in 1dz, 2dz, 100ct and by the flat (500 ct) in dirt or bedding.  And we sell waxies in bulk tubs, too.  And of course we got lbs and lbs of leeches, mostly large and jumbo right now.
 
Jeff Bolander, owner of Dewey, Catchem and How Bait Shop and Guide Post at www.DeweyCatchemAndHow.com
Reports at www.UpNorthFishing.com
Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/DeweyCatchemAndHow
Check out my Up North fishing and resort web sites at www.UpNorth.info
 
 Jeff Bolander <[email protected]>
 - Thursday, 6/3/2021

6/1/21 @ 9:29 AM
FISHING REPORT
Kurt Justice
USER SINCE 5/12/04

Despite some very cold mornings to end the month of May, (temps in the upper 20’s at dawn and some snow), fishing remained pretty strong!

Walleye:  Very Good – Had to play peek-a-boo for a while, as Walleyes moved out of the shallows with cold, but bit well over deeper mud and wood before returning to shallower cover as waters warmed in afternoons.  Mornings did better on minnows and crawlers but leeches much preferred in afternoons towards dusk.

Smallmouth Bass:  Very Good – All catch and release as Bass filling shallows and hitting top-water lures, as well as tubes, with gusto!  Twitch baits and smaller Wacky Worms or Ned Worms also producing, as are plastic craws and plastic minnow imitations.

Musky:  Very Good – Lots of great reports from anglers catching fish in shallows on smaller bucktails (500’s), rubber tailed spinners (Wizards), and 6” twitch baits.   No monsters reported here, but one father/son duo reported 9 boated Sunday along with 4 on Saturday.

Largemouth Bass:  Very Good – Lots of action as LMB staging in weeds outside of spawning habitat waiting for Smallies to finish.  Pitching Wacky Worms tough to beat (Minnow Mike caught a 20 ½ on a Wacky) while spinner baits and chatter baits, as well as swim jigs dressed with twisters, scoring well!

Northern Pike:  Very Good-Good – Most on Mepps #4 and spinner baits.  Though Pike seem to think at times that anything that swims by them is fair game.

Crappies:  Good – Moved off beds, out to tall small leafed cabbage.  Tiny jigs with hair, tinsel or plastics working, as are minnows under small float.

Bluegills:  Good – Should improve with coming heat this weekend.  Thunderbugs, small leeches, even small minnows working.  Fly fisher people reporting success towards evening on poppers and dry flys!

Yellow Perch:  Fair – Not a lot of reports, but most likely due to lack of effort.

At the time of this writing, forecast of temps in the low-high 80’s this weekend should get the Largemouth Bass and Bluegills into shallows to spawn.  Weed growth should improve and more bug hatches will be on the way.

Kurt's Island Sport Shop
(715) 356-4797
5/28/21 @ 7:09 PM
FISHING REPORT
JeffTCG
Jeff Bolander
USER SINCE 8/25/13


FISHING REPORTS:

Well this will be a short one.  Too busy fishing and then working in the shop.  Even with the hard cold front that came thru here a couple of days ago the walleye fishing has stayed strong.  But our best bait has been 1/2 a crawler dragged on the bottom on green weed edges.


Depending on the lake the crappie bite has picked up also.  Wait for the end of the day in the warmest water for your best bite.  Plastics have been supreme.

Smallmouth bass have been chasing baits still away from their future beds.  They'll be going on soon, depending on the lake.

Bluegills are just starting the stage to get ready to prepare their beds.  You can't beat a crawler chunk on a 1/32 oz jig.  

Northern pike, they're everywhere right now.

So get out there.  This should be the week you should have been up here for when you came the week after!



Our store hours are M-T-W-Th 6am to 7pm, Fr 6am to 10pm, Sat 6am to 7pm and Sunday 6am to 5pm.

Our minnows all come direct from trappers in central Wisconsin. Right now we just have crappie minnows, large fatheads, XL fatheads (Tuffys), Redtail chubs, Blacktail chubs, River Shiners, Northern minnows and Walleye Suckers.  We have plenty of jumbo night crawlers from Canada, along with Jumbo panfish worms and wax worms.  As always, crawlers are available in 1dz, 2dz, 100ct and by the flat (500 ct) in dirt or bedding.  And we sell waxies in bulk tubs, too.  And of course we got lbs and lbs of leeches, mostly large and jumbo right now.
 
Jeff Bolander, owner of Dewey, Catchem and How Bait Shop and Guide Post at www.DeweyCatchemAndHow.com
Reports at www.UpNorthFishing.com
Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/DeweyCatchemAndHow
Check out my Up North fishing and resort web sites at www.UpNorth.info
 
 Jeff Bolander <[email protected]>
 - Friday, 5/28/2021


5/25/21 @ 12:34 PM
FISHING REPORT
Kurt Justice
USER SINCE 5/12/04

A warm and rainy week helped those anglers not afraid of getting a little wet while angling for their favorite fish.  Lots of good reports across the board.  A bit of a cool down on Sunday seemed to affect fishing by late morning, but things picked back up by Sunday evening.

Walleye:  Very Good-Good – Back in the spotlight as the cloud cover and warming water brought Eyes into the shallower water on many lakes to feed.  Leeches were hot for most bites with dace, fats and smaller chubs not far behind.  Wind blown weedy shallows where small Perch, Bluegills and Crappies congregated were tops!   Reports from Bass and Pike anglers catching Walleyes over shallow weedy flats were not uncommon over the weekend.

Crappies:  Very Good-Good – Reports vary as some anglers finding Crappies still on beds while others moved out to nearby weeds to feed.  Don’t expect to find bedding fish for much longer, but Crappie populations seem to be strong and still very good catches being reported.  Small jigs (Gapen Freshwater Shrimp and Mini Mites) under small floats as well as the good ol’ bobber & minnow rig working best.

Smallmouth Bass:  Very Good – Big Smallies in the 3-5# range being reported every day as fish are up shallow and on beds!  Top-water action on Chug Bugs, Pop-R’s, Zara Puppy’s have been a blast!  Ned Worms, Wacky Worms and tubes not being turned away.   Remember, season is catch & release only, get ‘em back in the water quickly to ensure great Smallie fishing to come.

Largemouth Bass:  Very Good – Not in spawn mode like the Smallies, but cruising and hungry.   Spinner baits and chatter baits scoring well as Bass active.  Swim baits and shallow cranks also producing over weed tops.  Lots of #’s with some nice LMB in the 18-20” range reported.

Northern Pike:  Very Good – Take your pick!  Actively pursue with a spinner bait, chatter bait or Mepps, or kick back with a bobber and chub or sucker, Pike have been willing participants.

Bluegills:  Good – Anglers targeting other species for the most part, but doing well with shallow water action.  Like Largemouth, Gills are not bedding, but enjoying a smorgasbord of bugs and small invertebrates.  Tiny jigs or just a plain Aberdeen hook with some worms, small leeches or thunder bugs all producing well.

Yellow Perch:  Good – Like Gills, not heavily targeted, but decent catches in and around drowned wood and cabbage flats of 4-8’.

Looks to be a good, yet cool weekend weather wise.   Cold mornings may lead to better late morning bites and better evening fishing.

Musky opens on Saturday, May 29th.  A lot of sightings of paired (and tripled) Musky in shallows as they are spawning, many fish showing signs of “rough” Love!   Could be finished on small to mid-sized lakes by week’s end.     

Kurt's Island Sport Shop
(715) 356-4797
5/20/21 @ 11:23 AM
FISHING REPORT
JeffTCG
Jeff Bolander
USER SINCE 8/25/13


FISHING REPORTS:

Remember those old black and white comedy films where the guy is pumping up his bicycle tire and behind him a bubble pops out from the tire and we are just waiting for it to pop!  Well that's what the fishing is like right now.  It's getting ready to pop.  The surface temps have been climbing quickly but it still takes awhile for the temps below the surface to catch up.  That's what we are waiting for to happen.  Although the fishing is still good, it's not 'hammer-time' yet.  But it could be this afternoon!

Crappie is always the big interest this time of year so let's delve a little into that.  They are close to shore and sometimes right on it but still pretty spread out.  For the most part they are a 'one-here-one-there' mode right now.  But of course that is lake dependent.  You're going to catch a few but probably not a lot right now.  But there are gonna be windows where you'll pop them pretty good for short periods of time.  My suggestion.  Hit them where you know they are very late in the afternoon and into the evening.  Stay back away from them with leeches, crawlers, minnows, small plastics or waxies under quiet slip bobbers. Or throw long casts of beetle spins or small plastics on 1/32 oz jigs. Big Bite came out with some new Crappie plastics in some really awesome colors.  We'll be using those tomorrow with clients.

Bass are near the spawning areas but the bigger the lake the deeper water they are in.  A couple of days ago we couldn't catch one up on the rocks so we donned the Rat-L-Traps and threw into deeper water and did very well.  A couple of the smallies were over 6 pounds.  Even in the shallow bays with wood we could sight fish them and they wouldn't take a crawler or leech but a fast moving plastic or other bait brought them to the boat.

Looks like another beautiful weekend coming up.  A few sprinkles here and there but we need it and after all that's why we sell the Blackfish raingear.  That's some good stuff there.  Get your yards raked and the lawn mowed cuz next weekend we pay tribute to our fallen heros who gave their lives so we could pursuit ours via Memorial Day.  Get out the flag and the Musky baits!




Our store hours are M-T-W-Th 6am to 7pm, Fr 6am to 10pm, Sat 6am to 7pm and Sunday 6am to 5pm.



Our minnows all come direct from trappers in central Wisconsin. Right now we just have crappie minnows, large fatheads, XL fatheads (Tuffys), Redtail chubs, Blacktail chubs, River Shiners, Mud Minnows, Northern minnows and Walleye Suckers.  We have plenty of jumbo night crawlers from Canada, along with Jumbo panfish worms and wax worms.  As always, crawlers are available in 1dz, 2dz, 100ct and by the flat (500 ct) in dirt or bedding.  And we sell waxies in bulk tubs, too.  And of course we got lbs and lbs of leeches.
 
Jeff Bolander, owner of Dewey, Catchem and How Bait Shop and Guide Post at www.DeweyCatchemAndHow.com
Reports at www.UpNorthFishing.com
Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/DeweyCatchemAndHow
Check out my Up North fishing and resort web sites at www.UpNorth.info
 
 Jeff Bolander <[email protected]>
 - Friday, 5/20/2021


5/18/21 @ 1:02 PM
FISHING REPORT
Kurt Justice
USER SINCE 5/12/04

With the poplar and dogwood trees blooming, it’s a sure sign of Crappie time!  Surface temps are rising quickly on lakes as warm weather with lots of sunshine is adding energy to the shallows!  Oddly, not all bodies of water are seeing a rush of life to the shallows.  Certain species on some lakes have held out in deeper water (Walleyes in mud flats), but this should change soon.

Crappies:  Very Good – In to spawn, anglers are finding bedding fish in 1-4’ of water depending on water clarity and available backing or cover.  Following a weekend of high pressure, some areas are picked over, move around to less obvious spots, but keep movement down and cast long not to spook fish.

Northern Pike:  Very Good – Live bait and artificial lures all producing well as Pike active in new weed growth.  Swim baits a good choice as anglers can “count down” to different depths, retrieve speed and vary action (straight, hop, etc.)

Smallmouth Bass:  Good-Very Good – Catch and Release only as season not open ‘til June 19th.  But action good with big fish in the 19-21” range being caught in shallows (anglers reporting bedding Smallies already) using X-Raps, Husky Jerks or going soft with plastic craws or Ned worms.

Largemouth Bass:  Good-Very Good – Cruising shallows taking offerings meant for other species (Crappie, Smallmouth).  Black, brown hair jigs, Ned worms, Wacky worms all good choices.  Some anglers working spinner baits over 3-5’ mud/muck bottom areas also doing well.

Walleye:  Fair-Good – Surprisingly, not a lot of hot shallow bites.  Bright, cloudless days could be affecting, but a few days fish turned on in shallow weeds at times.  Jigging leeches, fatheads, dace on 1/16 oz weedless Jacks or Invasion jigs.   In some bodies of water Walleyes remaining over mud flats feeding on Mayfly larvae.  In these areas small to medium leeches best.

Bluegills:  Good – Lots of fish roaming shallows, mostly smaller fish.  Worms, thunder bugs, poppers behind clear floats.  Not a very targeted species right now with focus on Crappies.

Yellow Perch:  Good – Little attention, but a few anglers targeting Perch in wood scoring nice catches on medium fatheads, half crawlers or thunder bugs.

I’ve been seeing Smallies bedding already, Musky paired up in shallows and suckers also working beds at the same time the Crappies are spawning.   Not totally unusual, but as early in the month and so condensed at the same time is.  Weed growth seems behind, but improving with all the recent sun and warmth.  Weekend should be good, yet forecast says wet - but that can change.

Kurt's Island Sport Shop
(715) 356-4797
5/11/21 @ 6:50 AM
FISHING REPORT
Kurt Justice
USER SINCE 5/12/04

Couldn’t shake out o f these cold mornings (mid 20’s to low 30’s) this past week enough to get a good solid bite going.  A few afternoons temps rose enough to spark some activity, but overall bites were tough to dig out most days.

Northern Pike:  Good-Very Good – Pike like the cool.  And when they don’t have to compete with Walleyes, they tend to pick up the slack.  While most reports came from anglers jigging minnows or leeches for Walleye, casting spinner baits, chatter baits and jerk baits all picked up some decent action depending on the conditions (artificials worked better as temps rose)!

Crappies:  Good-Fair – Wind and cold has been the biggest hurdle.  Anglers finding Crappies staging in bays with tall narrow leaf cabbage in 8-14’ of water.  With surface temps hovering in the upper 40’s to just over 50 degrees, these fish just are not ready to move in.  Most action on slip-bobbers and small minnows.  Small plastics will produce better as water warms.  When temps reach the upper 50’s (57-59 degrees) the spawning will start!

Walleye:  Fair – Cool weather can be blamed for this prolonged, post spawn duldrums.  Shallows are not warming up fast enough, nor enough fresh green weed growth to pull bait fish into typical early May zones.  It should be coming.  There have been signs of Eyes feeding on small Perch, Gills and even leeches, but the better bites have come from a little deeper water of 10-16’ as nightly colds keep the shallows from filling up with life.

Largemouth Bass:  Fair – Surprisingly a few more anglers targeting than usual.  Black Marabou jigs in 1/16 – 1/8 oz worked over dark bottomed bays in the afternoon.  Mid-day, chatter baits and swim baits drawing some weed flat action.

With slowly rising temps starting this Thursday (5/13), look for action for all species to pick up.  Mornings in the 40’s warming to 60’s in the afternoon will put anglers and their quarry in a more active mood.

Kurt's Island Sport Shop
(715) 356-4797
5/7/21 @ 8:59 AM
FISHING REPORT
JeffTCG
Jeff Bolander
USER SINCE 8/25/13
FISHING REPORTS:
Well the 2021 Opener is in the books.  Mixed reports for sure.  As far as the shop went we were even busier this year than last year but as far as lake traffic, most told me than is was way less than last year.  I chalk this up to pent up demand. Last year folks were getting out to avoid the you know what and this year we had ice out quite a bit earlier than last year.  My clients cancelled for the weekend so I'm going by what others have told me.  

The catch seemed to be very average at best.  The Walleye spawn is not as far along as we had thought.  Blame all the cold temps and lack of sun over the past few weeks for that.  But surprisingly the weed growth isn't too bad.  I got out a few times the past week and each lake we were on had a healthy amount of greening weeds.  We might just have a normal year for a change!  I'm glad the weeds aren't too developed as this will keep the Walleye post spawn bite going longer into May. A few of my river and flowage guys said they did very well in the current and current fed bays.

Poor crappie.  They are still waiting for some sun to make their move.  With the right electronics you can see them schooled up all over the place but none seem to be in the attack mode.  But that could change any day now, any minute even.  So you gotta keep trying and stay on them until they are ready.  The guys that are catching a few are fishing the warmest parts of the day close to their spawning areas in the warmest water they can find.

Not a lot of great catches of northern reported.  But again, we need sun and warmer water to get the rest of the fish going so the northern will turn on and chase them.  Then the northern will become the normal pain in the butt we all love them for.

Perch have no MO right now.  You will catch them along side of everything else.  Look for wood and greening weeds in where they may be chasing minnows or bugs and throw minnows and bugs at them.

Largemouth and smallmouth bass are all over the charts right now as well.  Put bluegill into that same category.  We have some warmer temps and sunnier days in the forecast.  If we actually get those you'll see the fishing take off, all species.  My suggestion?  Get out there so you're ready when they are!

No big DNR changes this year.  The Minocqua chain is still catch and release on walleyes.  But remember, on the Minocqua chain, you can keep 5 of any size largemouth bass and 5 of any size northern pike and in my opinion they are much better table fare than a walleye any day.

Good luck and be safe.  Our store hours are M-T-W-Th 6am to 7pm, Fr 6am to 10pm, Sat 6am to 7pm and Sunday (MOTHER'S DAY) 6am to 5pm.
Our minnows all come direct from trappers in central Wisconsin. Right now we just have crappie minnows, large fatheads, XL fatheads (Tuffys), Dace, Redtail chubs, Blacktail chubs, River Shiners, Mud Minnows, Northern minnows and Walleye Suckers.  Remember your first scoop of crappie minnows is always only $2 with a purchase of anything else in the store.  We have plenty of jumbo night crawlers from Canada, along with Jumbo panfish worms and wax worms.  As always, crawlers are available in 1dz, 2dz, 100ct and by the flat (500 ct) in dirt or bedding.  And we sell waxies in bulk tubs, too.
Jeff Bolander, owner of Dewey, Catchem and How Bait Shop and Guide Post at www.DeweyCatchemAndHow.com
Reports at www.UpNorthFishing.com
Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/DeweyCatchemAndHow
Check out my Up North fishing and resort web sites at www.UpNorth.info
 
 Jeff Bolander <[email protected]>
 - Friday, 5/7/2021

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