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10/22/20 @ 8:47 AM
hook, line and sinker
hook, line and sinker
User since 4/10/03

Awesome pics fellas!

Another sucker question...sorry. I've seen boats sit out by the mouth of Fox in the fall. Are they sucker fishing there, sitting near pockets of weeds that are left?  Would like to get up in there this fall, but want to have a decent game plan first. Thanks!

10/12/20 @ 6:25 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (23%)
Waning Crescent
CONDITIONS
Cloudy
WATER TEMP
56° - 60° F
AIR TEMP
51° - 55° F
Jerry Ruffolo
User since 6/18/01

I did a muskie trip this morning with Bill and his son Tim, 2 great guys with tons of muskie experience.  We worked the south shore of University Bay, as winds to 30 mph plus limited the areas we could fish.  We had one good rip on a 6" Grandma, but that was it for action.  There are still lots of fish in the area, as I marked so good ones in front of Bay Beach Park and Kidney Island.  Good luck and stay safe!!  Capt Jerry

10/10/20 @ 5:07 PM
Double10’s
User since 3/12/20

I was wondering if there are any guides on the bay who incorporate casting and trolling this time of year or do all of you strictly troll? Also wondering if anyone has an opening the 23rd or 24th of October? Thanks

10/9/20 @ 7:58 AM
toothycritter
toothycritter
User since 7/9/01

Any of you musky fisherman could you message me please when you start seeing good numbers of diving ducks Thanks Toothy

10/7/20 @ 11:16 PM
Jerry Ruffolo
User since 6/18/01

Trolling speeds vary, but as the water cools to below 50 I'll bring my speed down to the 2.5-3 mph.  Above 50 I' usually starting at 3 and moving up to 3.5-4 mph if I'm getting ripped.  Capt Jerry

10/7/20 @ 10:28 PM
Walleye whisperer one
User since 4/11/16

New to trolling for musky  for a bit of information on trolling speed for running cranks and spinners and can you run them together  and speeds thanks for your help and information 

10/6/20 @ 12:31 PM
NPike_Guy
NPike_Guy
User since 8/25/08

You should be good with those setups. One thing to keep in mind is that you may want to pair them with a medium action trolling rod vs the standard fast or extra fast action casting rods. A rod with a little more flex can help keep them pinned especially with smaller trebles on big fish. You can also accomplish this by running a mono topshot between your braid and leader like the saltwater guys do.

10/6/20 @ 7:15 AM
THE-SOCK-MONSTER
THE-SOCK-MONSTER
User since 9/10/18

Hi all I’m relatively new to the trolling game on Green Bay and I just bought 2 new Okuma cold waters and looking for some advice on what line leader combos work best I was think 80lbs braid with 100 or 130 floralcarbon leader. Lemme know what you guys think. Thanks and tight lines.

10/4/20 @ 12:50 AM
Big Northern
Big Northern
User since 9/10/19

GetARip,  Amazing day 

 Cheers,

Big Northern 

10/3/20 @ 8:21 PM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (97%)
Waning Gibbous
CONDITIONS
Raining
WATER TEMP
56° - 60° F
AIR TEMP
46° - 50° F
GetaRip
User since 3/17/18

Definitely starting to heat up on the lower bay caught  2 out of 3 rips 

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