when trolling in the bay what is the weight to depth ratio when using a crawler harness
Were those walleyes pre or post spawn Capt Fritz?
51° - 55° F
46° - 50° F
I don't run lighted or other boards at night, pull right off side of boat. It was pretty grapy weather but we caught and released a lot of nice Walleyes. We were in the Sherwood Pt. area in 12ft. of water pulling Smithwicks and Huskie Jerks. We were going about 1.2-1.4 mph. they seemed to bite better one way rather then the other because of current.
Just a comment I don't use boards when fishing at night on shorelines because others need to get in right depth of water to fish also. With a spread of six boards covers a large area. My suggestion is if other boats are present run 2 or 3 boards out on shoreline side so others can pass without going to unreasonably deep water. Try to be considerate of other fisher persons and everybody will have a great time.
J-E Fishing Enterprises
I'm coming up to Ellison 7/23 and have been fishing this area for over 25 years, off and on for walleye the last 4 years. PM for some info
Boat currently docked in Sister Bay... Wondering if there is any walleye action here? If so what techniques? I was thinking trolling boards on 2-3 color lead with crawler harness and or sticks? Any Salmon on this side or do I need to move my operation to Bailey's for that. Here from 7/14-7/22 Appreciate any and all- Thanks!
65-70 on youngs reef it was 63. Ya I wasn't running down riggers lots of bait fish down 15 fish were below the thermal line at 18 and laying on bottom
Any reports on where the walleye r bitting checked out youngs reef Sunday morning lots of bait fish on bottom 20ft thermocline 15 feet no bites
Any reports for walleyes out of upper Green Bay County Park 2