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Rock River Johnson Creek Hwy B

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5/6/21 @ 8:54 AM
RayRaytonto
RayRaytonto
USER SINCE 2/18/12

this is a decent spot for pike where the creek comes into the rock. I’ve caught numerous pike in the mid 30’s there. Try and if the dams in Watertown too for good like fishing and a possibility of a few musky mixed in 

5/6/21 @ 1:01 AM
NorPike
USER SINCE 5/5/21

Is it any good chance to catch good size N.Pike in Johnson Creek or around.Thanks.

8/14/20 @ 11:09 AM
svitreum
svitreum
USER SINCE 8/29/06

I was thinking about launching this Sunday at the B launch (14 ft with short shaft 25 Merc) and heading south for cats. Never fished this stretch of the Rock. Can anyone let me know what to expect as far as water depth, navigational hazards, catfish habitat in this stretch? I usually fish the Fort area, and just want to do something different. Working 6 days a week all Summer has really cramped my opportunities to fish the Rock this year. I would appreciate any info guys/gals and tight lines!

Jimmy

8/7/19 @ 8:21 PM
RayRaytonto
RayRaytonto
USER SINCE 2/18/12

You should be fine if you stay toward the center when traveling at decent speeds. We’ve coated that area all the way down from Jefferson up past to almost Watertown 

8/7/19 @ 4:23 PM
Lkittle97
USER SINCE 5/30/18

I see the question was asked but don't see an answer, how hazardous would the immediate area be (not far at all, maybe 500yds either direction from the launch) for a 16ft modified V? Should we skip the boat and just shore fish instead?

5/30/19 @ 8:38 PM
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bass abductor
bass abductor
USER SINCE 9/13/03

I live pretty close to the bridge, I dont fish there too often but have heard friends talk about carp and cats.  Most of them just fish from shore, I would love to fish with you and explore the stretch of river, I know the Rock River very well except the area near Johnson Creek where I live.  I will tell you Fort Atkinson and Jefferson can be very good for many species, especially walleye, white bass, and cats


5/30/19 @ 7:44 PM
Eyeman05
USER SINCE 3/27/18

Good evening, 

moved into town right by the launch. Going to be exploring this section over the coarse of time. This weekend will be my first time putting the boat in here. Anything to worry about or any fishing tips? Message box is open thank you happy fishing 

6/9/18 @ 4:14 PM
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nightbrawler
USER SINCE 6/30/15

Fished for 3hrs, caught 3 carps, lost a small northern and a drum/whitebass (couldn't tell). Switched to catfishing after dark, but couldn't get any bite. Fishing was slow, but at least we didn't get skunked.

5/3/18 @ 8:32 PM
edit-Insert
edit-Insert
USER SINCE 2/6/16

Looking for average water depths in the area.  I got 14' Jon but still want to steer clear of any rocks or other submerged garbage.  My worry near any bridge is anything similar to the 26 bypass in Watertown.  Lots of rebar just below the surface in spring.  Only protrudes a foot or so in low water.  How are the flatheads here?  Looks like it should be a honey hole from satellite.  I suppose that all depends on the baitfish.

6/26/17 @ 2:17 PM
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nightbrawler
USER SINCE 6/30/15

Three carps at dusk, four catfish (3 channel, 1 flathead) at night. 

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