It can say the same for the walleye population! Watching post and yet post of the same people daily got out and got our limits. ?? get your limits daily. Well we eat a lot of fish atleast 2-4 times a week and we don’t even take limits. Between the kid and I we take usually 3 keepers and try to mix a couple white bass a cats in the bag. Now you got this 18” limit with 3 fish. Should been dropped a few years ago too 2 or 3 limit but I think it should of went to slot like the Wisconsin river
I think there should of been a 25 or 50 fish limit on them years ago. I remember going and getting my 10-20 whites for dinner for the fam and watching coolers after coolers and fish basket and baskets taken. It’s just as bad when the young 4-6” fish come up in late summer again coolers full of them taken and now the run is next to nothing. I haven’t seen a decent run in close to ten years. Nothing like it was
Whitebass population is a fragment of what it was 5 years ago. Constant cooler fillers have destroyed that fishery. DNR needs to lower the Rock/Kosh whitebass limit to 5 fish per day until the population re builds. Then put it at 15 per day to sustain a good population or the cooler brigade will collapse it again
61° - 65° F
66° - 70° F
Fished my favorite holes on the Rock this morning for about 2 hours. Caught no white bass but managed 4 Sheepshead....nothing else. The Rock's water level is about 3 feet down...we need rain....badly. Nobody was fishing at the wall/dam. Water temp was 65. Was a beautiful day on the river.
Looking for a spot from shore with good chance to catch 30+inch.Norther Pike around.Will greatly appreciate it.Good Luck!
Water is 18"+ below wall Very slow There was only 6 people I was the only one to catch a walleye 5am-9am 2 eyes both under 10"
fished here a few times.this week...not much happening only got a handful of shorts same with others.havnt seen a fish caught from bridge to dam.everything caught has been on surprise surprise flies..clam shells have been biting good tho
Ussually people dontvpost much when they are biting.
Just go for it! Put your motor on "shallow" or tilt up. It will tilt up if you hit something. Go slow until you learn the river. Teach yourself what a shallow rock look like with the river current. Bring a spare propeller, floating prop wrench, short piece of wood. Watch a youtube video on how to change a prop in the water.
I've always fished the river from shore. I've recently purchased a boat and really want to put it to use, but I am super nervous about hitting stumps, rocks, and other unknowns in the water. Any advise, be cautious of, don't go there tips would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Good luck to all you fellow anglers out there.