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Delavan Lake Fishing Report 8/19/19 – 8/26/19

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Yellow Perch fishing has been fantastic on the west end by the Viewcrest Bay.  You want to anchor the boat in 20-22 ft of water.  They are biting on slip bobbers with hellgrammites.  Hellgrammites are outfishing any other bait about 5 to 1. Advertisements

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Delavan Lake Fishing Report 5/26/19 – 6/2/19

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

With the cooler water temperatures, the walleye are throughout the water column.  I’ve caught fish as shallow as 3 ft and as deep as 23 ft.  Some of the fish I’ve caught have been on nightcrawlers and some have come off of fathead minnows.

Delavan Lake Fishing Report, 5/4/19 – 5/12/19

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Crappie fishing has been good in the mid-range weeds.  You want to fish them in 6-10 ft of water.  The best location is by Browns Channel.  You want to look for scattered weeds.  With the water clarity, you need to make long casts so you don’t spook the fish.  Small fathead minnows on bobbers have […]

Delavan Lake Fishing Report 10/8/18 – 10/15/18

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Walleye pike are off the main lake points in 22-24 ft of water. They can be caught on lindy rigged nightcrawlers with a 24-30 inch leader. I prefer using a painted hook on my lindy rig in either pink or chartreuse. As the water cools, the fish will switch to an all fat head minnow […]

Delavan Lake Fishing Report 10/1/18-10/6/18

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Bluegill fishing has been spotty. I’ve been catching one or two while bass fishing. The fish are suspending in the main lake basin about 10-15 ft down in 40 ft of water. The fish will move shallow as the water continues to cool. Once they are in about 10-14 ft of water they will be […]

Delavan Lake Fishing report 9/10/18 – 9/18/18

Dave Duwe Fishing Guide

Northern Pike fishing has been okay in the shallow weed flats. The most action is coming out of 12-13 ft of water casting white spinner baits or medium diving fire tiger crank baits. Look for the fish on the west end, in Viewcrest or the Highlands. The sucker bite for me has been non-existent.

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