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Wolf River Gills landing, Waupaca County

Wolf River Gills landing, Waupaca County
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7/12/19 @ 3:29 AM
goodfishin
User since 3/27/08

Heading up to the river this weekend. How’s the water? Anybody catching anything this time of year? Any help appreciated. 

4/22/19 @ 8:15 AM
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Waning Gibbous
Jake Paulson
Jacob Paulson
User since 11/12/18

Once again you will need boots to launch a boat. I believe it will only get worse in the coming days.

Now that the water temps are pushing 50 degrees, dragging crawlers will be the way to go. Current breaks will most likely hold fish and it will be important to slow the boat down in the heavy current.

I have openings next week if you would like to get out. 

Good luck!

Jake

Jake's Gone Fishin'
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4/19/19 @ 9:12 PM
ColdWaterCrazy
User since 12/30/16

How is the launch at gills? Are the docks above water? Gonna try a solo trip tomorrow and wanna be prepared will post report thank you

4/9/19 @ 11:03 AM
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MOON PHASE (19%)
Waxing Crescent
Jake Paulson
Jacob Paulson
User since 11/12/18

Docks are in!

Fishing is slow!

Good luck!

Jake 

Jake's Gone Fishin'
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3/31/19 @ 7:15 PM
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Waning Crescent
miggle
miggle
User since 6/24/06

Just got off, Gills. Water was down a couple inches but still into the parking lot. The river and THE PARKING LOT are NO Wake!! Found fish above Jenny's slew. Nice weekend, not many out due to the high water and cold weather. 

3/31/19 @ 10:54 AM
miggle
miggle
User since 6/24/06

Ramp and wall is under water. Dock is up on the grass alongside the ramp,  not in the water. You need tall rubber boots to launch and some quality help to deal with the current, no dock, etc. Doable but not for the novice to tie up the ramp in a cluster of frustration. USGS gauge height in new London has come down about a foot but not down here!

3/31/19 @ 9:19 AM
shanuk
MEMBER since 5/9/10

Is the river down enough to launch a boat.

3/23/19 @ 11:22 AM
Jake Paulson
Jacob Paulson
User since 11/12/18

Soon you may need a boat to launch your boat. Ha! Never seen it so high this early. The ice was still locked up above the railroad bridge. Only one boat out,  I did see the water patrol sheriff at the gas station. Looks like he was headed to the river to enforce the slow no wake. 

I won't be out until next week to see how the fishing is, I'm headed to De Pere to try for the infamous 30 incher on Monday.

I still have openings for prime dates for the spring run! Call/text/email today!

Good luck!

Jake 

Jake's Gone Fishin'
(715) 281-4663
3/22/19 @ 6:14 PM
SpikeRoberts
User since 1/22/18

No wake was declared Tuesday. Until further notice.

3/22/19 @ 4:49 PM
miggle
miggle
User since 6/24/06

It should be obvious but this water level means there will be a no wake in effect

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