I am still pounding small lakes with great success. Every week is a change on how we are catching them. Last week it was deep and all drop shot. Last 2 days different lakes. Could not get but one here and there with drop shot. Both lakes this week. The fish were on the out side of the weed lines. We fished in water 8 to 14 feet, fishing 3 to 5 feet down. Started today at 6, was limited out by 9. Then fished catch and release the next 3 hours. Lots of gills with a few crappies and bass mixed in. Best of luck to all.
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I haven't seen it lately, but isn't there a few threads specifically for videos to be posted?
I totally get why fly fishing is such a big deal now.
I'm here to post a public apology to Mr. Svitreum. I said a while back his 80 lb kayak was too heavy. Well, I finally bought the spaceship kayak I've been wanting, and it weighs like 90 lbs. I did not realize how heavy those boats are. So now svitreum is the lightweight and I am the ridiculously heavy guy after mounting my fish finder and battery. I carried it down to the river the first time and said, This isnt so bad!. Then after a long day fishing, paddling and wading, carrying the spaceship back up the hill to the truck almost killed me. My wife bought me a set of wheels to pull the yak around without having a heart attack. So, svitreum you are a lightweight, bro
Feel free to check out this video fishing report of my recent visit to the Milwaukee River to help with your questions. Thanks!
The Mighty Bark River in Hartland has a few smallmouth in it. I was quite surprised.
Hope to hit parts of the Milwaukee River tomorrow with my son. Would be fishing from Shore. was thinking the Mequon/Theinsville/Cedarburg/Grafton area. Any suggestions on places to hit, and possible what to throw to get some smallies would be much appreciated!
Got out on the upper reaches of one of our local rivers, caught around 15 smallmouth, a rock bass, and pulled a walleye around 22 inches all the way to the surface, but then the hook came out, dang. Water was from ankle deep to chest deep. 5 ft seemed to be the deepest water in that stretch of the river. Mimic Minnow spinnerbait was the hot ticket. Three hours of fun catch and release fishing, took my new Three Waters fishing kayak out for the first time
Fished two different ponds in Southeastern Wisconsin looking for largemouth bass. We were able to catch some really nice ones!
My buddy finally got his new kayak after weeks of delays so it was great to get to test it out last weekend