First ever 12 inch perch on our last trip! But only 5 keeper perch total. Two walleye, one small, one keeper. If we had been keeping croakers our fillet poundage would have hit double figures.
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Jumbo v the boat landing is closed until hwy a is done. Called the county parks department Monday and that’s what they told me.
Above 80° F
81° - 88° F
Late report from yesterday. Trolled area west of Calumet County park across to Steven's reef . Stayed within 2 feet of bottom.. Using fire tiger 5 flickershads and also a blue yellow jointed flickershads. 15 goats, 10 pound cat, 2 great whites and only two 14 inch walleyes. 10:30 till 4 pm. Hot!! Thank goodness for the bimini top.
Anyone know anything about the public boat landing off CTY A, south of Neenah?
We're trying today too.
Grandkids and crew are coming this week, I'm supposed to take them out fishing. Going to be putting in at the Neenah park and rec I am very familiar with Winnebago so this question is more of a tongue-in-cheek thing. I want to know somebody's HOTSPOT for sheephead.
Grandson is five so I'm going to bring an arsenal of slip Bobbers, some jigs and plenty of gulp nightcrawlers and assorted baits. Sheep head on the bay get to be too big.
I know the answer I'd give to this question in 3 words.
ANYWHERE ON BAGO!!
So if you're fishing that area and you hear a kid screaming in delight, you know we are on them. He gets quite excited!!
76° - 80° F
76° - 80° F
Fished all day today. Moved all over the lake today. I had to put the time in but after about five hours of searching I found them. Ended up with a limit of eye's, 3 nice sized perch,10 nice sizes smallies all released and more sheep than I can count. All fish were caught jigging. If you put the time in you can still catch fish.
Only an observation:
I've read several fishing reports from several lakes, several links on Lake-Link for many types of fish. One thing they all have in common is water is really warm and for most fishermen fishing is really not very good right now.
My dad used to call it the dog days of August. When the water cools the fishing will get much better.
No sports to keep you inside this year.
Tight lines and be safe out there.
Nothing for mr this morning way on the south end. With the great chop, I thought I would end up with something.
76° - 80° F
Fished yesterday am with only 2 perch to show. Was slow for all boats around me also tried both crawler chunks and helgramites. This is the slowest perch bite I've seen on bago ever! Hopeful of better times to come.